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Pushing the limits of assistive technology during the Boston Marathon
What an ambitious test tells us about the state of remote guidance for the visually impaired
AT&T’s LTE Network Will Help Drones Rule The Skies
Internet connection for out-of-sight piloting
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, And Even The New T-Mobile Are Trying To Screw You
T-Mobile announced its new "Uncarrier" strategy--no more two-year contracts, pay for the phone up front. It's a step in the right direction, but not enough. Let's ban all smartphone subsidies and contracts.
FYI: How Can I Protect My Cell Phone Data Records From Law Enforcement Subpoenas?
Our wireless carriers hand over data from millions of users per year. How can we protect ourselves?
In First U.S. Accounting of Wireless Phone Surveillance, Carriers Reveal 1.3 Million Requests For User Data
So here’s the scary number: the major wireless carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and a couple little guys like U.S....
Doors Unlock With Keyed Vibrations Sent From Your Smartphone Through Your Bones
It gives the term skeleton key a whole new meaning: a prototype system from AT&T Labs that beams a unique...
No More GPS Voice: Haptic Steering Wheel Buzzes to Give You Directions
GPS devices are great, but sometimes I want to throw mine out the window. There’s something so obnoxious about the...
The First 4G Windows Phones (and Enormous Android Phones), Coming from AT&T This Year
Whether you want a huge phone or a huger phone, AT&T;'s got you covered
Testing the Goods: HTC’s Inspire 4G* (And That’s a Huge Asterisk)
Buyer beware: The Inspire 4G was never a 4G phone for me
The Many Flavors of 4G
All of the mobile carriers are liberally tossing around the same "4G" label for their new networks and gadgets here at CES, but the real meaning of the word is not as clear-cut