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The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court rules that photos up a woman's dress are legal, provided she's wearing underwear.
India-based Karbonn Mobile figures its business-centric customers wouldn't mind having the best of both worlds in the palm of their hand.
It won't be available until this summer, but its privacy features could be a big hit with the security-minded.
Have you heard of the Sailfish OS for mobile phones? If you haven't, you should, says the company's CEO.
Our intrepid team of reporters spent the week in Barcelona at the world's biggest mobile trade show, looking at a slew of mobile devices and services. But what topics were on everyone's mind at Mobile World Congress 2014?
The appeals court went by a strict interpretation of the statute under which the driver was charged
Unlike Apple's walled-off Touch ID, developers will be able to take advantage of Samsung's fingerprint reader.
A Project Ara developer conference will set the stage for launch this April.
Samsung's Galaxy S5 may have grabbed the biggest share of the spotlight in Barcelona this week, but there were plenty of other mobile devices that caught our eye.
Google makes the launcher from the Nexus 5 available for a host of other Nexus and Google Edition phones.
A microscopic coating from P2i coats the electronics inside smartphones to prevent the phones from short circuiting after getting wet.
Because yes, it's 2013 and still illegal to unlock your cell phone without your carrier's permission.
We were impressed by YotaPhone's two-screen look at last year's Mobile World Congress. And it looks like an updated version of the phone is coming to North America by early 2015.
Samsung announces new Exynos six- and eight-core Exynos mobile chips
Go hands on with the new Galaxy S5 to find out more about the smartphone's battery-saving, security, and health-monitoring features.