Now,`Smart bag` to charge all your gadgets

Researchers claim to have developed the `world`s first smart bag` that can charge your electronic devices like mobiles and laptops besides storing them.

Now, dual-sided transparent smartphone developed

This smartphone, created by NTT DOCOMO and Fujitsu, gives users the ability to operate applications on both sides of the display at the same time.

Phone, online technology to capture transit of Venus

A group of astronomy enthusiasts, has partnered with the Venus Transit Project and Esri, to create unique smartphone and web apps for the Venus transit.

Lost at malls? Turn to shop-nav!

Lost at shopping malls? Turn to "shop-nav", say German engineers who claim to have developed the satellite navigation system which works inside buildings.

Google glasses could `layer email, web searches and GPS over the world`

Google has released the first official picture taken with its ‘Project Glass’ techno-glasses - hi-tech specs that ‘layer’ computer information over the world.

Now smartphones will help you navigate mega malls

Your smartphone helps you smoothly navigate highways and streets of an unfamiliar city. But once you enter a mega mall, its global positioning system (GPS) goes blind.

New Galaxy phone to use its quad-core processor: Samsung

Samsung Electronics Co said on Thursday it would mass-produce its faster, energy-saving quad-core mobile microprocessor to power the third generation of its flagship Galaxy S smartphone, due to be unveiled next week.

Google trial docs show plans for growth past search

The documents provide a rare insight into Google`s mindset and reflect the Internet company`s ambitious plans to expand into new markets.

`Faster web, apps drive smartphone purchases`

Faster Internet accessibility and ability to use more applications are the main reasons that drive people to buy smartphones.

New `affordable` BlackBerry smartphone launched in India

Research in Motion (RIM.TO) on Wednesday launched a new BlackBerry smartphone in India, calling it its "most affordable" phone.

Free apps drain smartphones of energy

Beware of seemingly harmless free applications -- they could be draining your smartphone of 75 percent of its energy.

RIM launches software to accommodate Apple users

Research In Motion launched software that enables it`s large "enterprise" customers to manage Apple and other rival devices.

RIM to give out prototype BlackBerry device

Research In Motion plans to give developers a prototype BlackBerry 10 device to help them design applications for future smartphones.

Google patents environment-based ads

Google has been awarded a patent on technology that will serve up targeted advertising based on a smartphone user`s environment.

Rise in identity fraud tied to smartphone use

Avoid exposing personal information that can be used by someone else for identity verification.

Intel shakes up management, appoints COO

Intel Corp unveiled a string of management changes on Friday, elevating 20-year company veteran and manufacturing expert Brian Krzanich to the post of chief operating officer.

German court rules against Samsung in Apple suit

A German court ruled against Samsung Electronics Co (005930.KS) in a patent suit versus Apple (AAPL.O).

Nokia ready to support LTE technology in India

Mobile handset manufacturer Nokia today said the company was ready to support Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology when it arrives in India, a company official said.

Apple, Google working on wearable devices

Apple and Google are working on wearable technology that would send data to their smartphones, US media reported Monday.

BlackBerry-maker RIM: 5 things to know

Research In Motion`s PlayBook tablet computer, which went on sale last April, is the Canadian company`s biggest foray outside the smartphone business since launching the iconic BlackBerry in 1999.