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A headset ultrasound monitor could make it easier to detect the dangerous aftereffects of brain injuries.
Con el doble de resolución de pantalla, el iPad 3, la tercera generación de la tableta de Apple, podría llegar al mercado en el segundo trimestre del próximo año.
Facebook, Android Market and several Google applications are among the most popular apps accessed via Android smartphones, according to Nielsen's new smartphone data research.
Green Hills Software and SafeNet have teamed up to develop new secure hardware platforms for the embedded and mobile markets. The integrations include the support and integration of SafeNet portable smart card-based devices with Green Hills Softwares INTEGRITY Multivisor technology, and the use of SafeNet Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) with Green Hills managed security services offerings to provide secure communications, data protection, and authentication on embedded and mobile devices such as smartphones.
Renfe y Vodafone han elegido la tecnología de Giesecke & Devrient para su proyecto piloto de pago y acceso a los trenes mediante móviles equipados con capacidades NFC.
Think of AT&T Inc.'s $39 billion attempted takeover of German-owned T-Mobile USA as a long, multi-front war, the ultimate test of business, legal and political strategy.
Africa's lag in land-based telecoms infrastructure has propelled the continent directly into the mobile age, opening up short-term growth prospects unparalleled in the world.
Google said Tuesday that over 10 billion applications have been downloaded from the Android Market, which offers free and paid programs for smartphones and tablet computers running the Internet giant's operating system.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Broadcom is highlighting a second coming of Wi-Fi in the name of the new IEEE standard 802.11ac, with this weeks announcement that its products based on the nascent standard will be ready for shipping in the second half of next year. The IEEE 802.11ac is a wireless standard of 802.11 under development.
(AP) -- It may be one of the technology world's most expensive efforts to give something away: Hewlett-Packard Co. said Friday that it's making its webOS mobile system available as open-source software that anyone can use and modify freely.
Google y Apple forzarán la cooperación entre operadores móviles en la guerra de los monederos, predice ABI