Your smartphone has officially hijacked your life, writes Daniel Sarewitz.
Ben Grubb Telstra will soon trial a number of technologies to help reduce traffic jams on its mobile network and speed up software updates on smartphones.
Sarah Whyte If you are hoarding an old mobile phone in your drawer, you are not alone. There are 23 million unused mobile phones in Australia and environmental experts are warning the burgeoning number of...
Nick Ralston It fits in your back pocket, can make calls and give off a 650k volt shock that can stop a man in his tracks.
Asher Moses People in rural and regional areas fear they are being put at risk by poor mobile and emergency communications.
A transparent film that costs just one euro to make could bring an end to the anguish of mobile phone users facing the dreaded dead-battery message.
The number of mobile phones worldwide will catch up to the globe's population next year, the United Nations says.
Tim Maly Hundreds of thousands of friends, strangers and government officials exchanged links, photos, rumours, warnings and corrections about the progress of Hurricane Sandy on sites such as Instagram,...
Jessica Gelt The use of mobile phones at the table has become so prevalent that restaurants are now catering for them.
Samsung Electronics has ended Nokia's 14-year leadership of the global mobile phone market, outselling the struggling Finnish handset maker for the first time ever.
Simon Mann, Washington America's top transport regulator has urged all 50 US states to ban the use of mobile phones by drivers after studying a fatal crash.
Asher Moses in Barcelona New Skype apps for the iPhone and Symbian platforms will allow mobile users to bypass telco voice networks completely, making calls using the internet over the 3G data network.
Salvador Rodriguez A patent granted to Apple might be the latest sign the tech giant is making a curved-screen iPhone.
John Davidson By the time you read this, I might already be dead. I’m on a 30-Day Nokia Challenge, and it’s killing me.
Samantha Murphy Kelly Case snaps on to the top of an iPhone and turns the touchscreen keypad into one that resembles a BlackBerry keyboard.
Andrew Roth and Mark Scott Russia's first smartphone - a quirky, dual-screen device with a traditional LCD-color display on one side and an electronic-paper display similar to the Amazon Kindle on the other - began selling in...
Mia Shanley and Olof Swahnberg Swedish company Fingerprint Cards is aiming to sell its identity technology to most of the world's biggest smartphone makers, which are likely to follow Apple in offering touch recognition for...
Adam Turner Android on your television sounds promising, but this still may not be the lounge room Droid you're looking for.
Samantha Kelly LG's new G Flex smartphone comes with a self-healing exterior and the results after testing are astonishing.
Ben Grubb Optus boss says telco overcharged customers for many years, and describes the behaviour as "immoral".