How Samsung’s Exploding-Battery Fiasco Will Change the Smartphone Industry
Samsung Delays Galaxy Note 7 Shipments Amid News of Phones Literally Exploding
Say Farewell to the Clackety-Keyboard BlackBerry. Again.
The FCC Wants Your Mobile Data to Get a Lot Faster
Massachusetts Court: A Warrant for Any Data Is a Warrant for All Data
The Justice Department’s Newest, Strangest Attempt to Gain Access to Suspects’ Smartphones
If Health Apps and Trackers Make These Changes, Maybe People Will Stick With Them
Court Says Insider Trading Suspects Don’t Have to Provide Their Smartphone Passcodes
No One Wanted the Fire Phone, So Amazon Just Stopped Selling It
So Long, Cellphone Contracts. You Won’t Be Missed.
How Smartphone Encryption Will Help Cops More Than It Hurts Them
If You Still Miss Your BlackBerry, Samsung’s New Phones Might Be for You
Hackers Can Use Your Cellphone’s Battery Life to Follow You Around the Internet
Tech Companies and Carriers Should Be Legally Required to Issue Updates That Fix Security Flaws
This New Ikea Place Mat Has a Smartphone Pouch. What Is Happening?
A Class of Teenagers Gave Up Smartphones for a Week and Lived
Technology Won’t Steal Farm Workers’ Jobs. But It Could Make Them Better.
My Severed Thumb and the Ambiguities of Technological Progress
Who Still Wants a BlackBerry? I Tried the New “Classic” Model to Find Out.
Samsung Can Mock Apple All It Wants, but the iPhone Is Officially Outselling It