Most US college students dependent on smartphones: Study
Most US college students dependent on smartphones: Study

Nearly 75 percent of the college students in the US are dependent on smartphones while one in five consider themselves to be "lost" without the device, says a study.

Is Facebook pushing up your phone bill?
Is Facebook pushing up your phone bill?

Have you discovered a sudden surge in your phone bill? This could well be linked to reading news feeds on the Facebook mobile app on your phone, media reports suggest.

Soon, `noPhone` that may help to cope with your mobile phone `addiction`

A new low tech `noPhone` has been designed that could help people suffering from `nomophobia,` the fear of being without their mobile devices.

`Keyboardless` keyboard in the offing

What if you can type on any surface to get rid of the pain of mobile phone typing? With the AirType project, this is a near possibility.

Ukraine leader says hew four-way talks with Putin Monday

Ukraine`s new leader said German Chancellor Vladimir Putin and French President Francois Hollande will join him in a further phone conference with Russia`s Vladimir Putin on Monday.

Ukraine phone talks between leaders last over two hours

French president Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke for "over two hours" with their Russian and Ukrainian counterparts Sunday, the Elysee said, with the latest ceasefire deadline in Ukraine looming.

BlackBerry launches Z3 smartphone in India

BlackBerry has launched their latest Z series smartphone, Z3, which will be available for pre-order starting today via selected e-commerce websites and BlackBerry stores, in New Delhi.

Soon, a watch that works as a phone

How about a watch that makes and receives calls and you just need to hold your wrist up to the mouth!

World`s first Braille phone goes on sale in UK

A London-based company claims to have put the world`s first Braille phone, which costs just 60 pounds, for sale in UK.

Health risk from wireless technology growing: Study

Health risks from mobile wireless devices like phones and tablets are growing stronger and requires immediate action, according to a new study.

`NSA`s phone and internet spy programme helped track David Headley`

The leaders of the US have defended NSA`s phone and internet surveillance programmes, saying it has been critical in thwarting potential terrorist attacks and also to track the 2008 Mumabi attacks` convict David Headley.

NY reconnect with pay phones post-storm

In many parts of New York City in the wake of superstorm Sandy, people are waiting in lines to use a relic from the past - the pay phone.

Soon, wearable energy T-shirts could charge your phones

One day, donning a T-shirt could mean you`re also sporting a smart device charger.

Prisoners in UK could have phones inside cells

Calls to friends and family will
be recorded, but conversations with
lawyers will remain private.

Facebook beats phone for a fifth of Britons

One in five Britons now prefer to use social networking site Facebook to keep in touch with friends and family members.

Spears banned from owning cell phone

Singer Britney Spears has been banned by her "inner-circle" from owning a mobile phone to keep her under control.

Paul McCartney`s ex-wife accuses Mirror reporter of hacking her phone

Heather Mills has accused a senior Mirror journalist of hacking into her voicemail in order to access a message that was sent by her ex husband.

Kate Middleton`s phone hacked?

The mobile phone of Kate Middleton, duchess of Cambridge and Prince William`s wife, was reportedly hacked by a private investigator working for a newspaper, a British daily said.

Now, an app to stop cyber bullying over phone!

A new application is being launched that will stop cyber bullying among children through their mobile phones.

Google`s new phone to double as credit card

Google has teamed up with Citigroup and Mastercard to develop the mobile payment system.