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Individuals can find it hard to concentrate on their task given the various notifications they receive via smartphones, tablets and computers.
In a bid to curb accidents caused by motorists who are texting while driving, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled “texting zones” on the state’s highways.
Testing for drugs in the human body only ever seems to hit the headlines when high profile sports people are involved. World cycling, for example, appears to have been awash with performance-enhancing drugs for many years whilst athletics has also tarnished its image on many occasions.
Microsoft has inked a deal to buy Nokia’s mobile phone business as well as license Nokia’s patents and mapping services for EUR 5.44 billion (£4.6 billion).
A recent survey has uncovered some interesting trends regarding tablet and smartphone use. According to the latest Internet and American Life study conducted by the Pew Research Center, smartphones are mostly popular with Americans in …
Marissa Mayer, Yahoo’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), pocketed nearly US$6 million for her maiden year on the job, reported CNN.
In an effort to address the mounting controversy over Apple’s warranty policies in China, the maker of the iconic iPhone has issued a letter of apology to Chinese clients, signed by Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook himself.
Apple’s archrival Samsung secured 17.7 per cent of China’s smartphone market in 2012, selling more than 30 million units. This marks a significant rise from the 10.9 million units sold a year ago, according to recently released data by Strategy Analytics.
In a typical child’s world, dolls are for girls and cars are for boys. Put gadgets in the picture and you’ll see that girls go for smartphones more often than boys.
Age is just a number and smartphones are not only for the young. With this in mind, Japan’s Fujitsu has allied with France Telecom-Orange to launch Android-powered smartphones in Europe specifically for elderly users.
Apple is reportedly working on a new wristwatch-like product at its Cupertino headquarters.
Africa is considered one of the fastest growing markets for smartphones globally, growing 43 per cent in sales per annum in the last 13 years, according to a report by the London-based mobile operator GSM Association.