Huawei has developed a prototype smartphone battery that can be recharged to half its capacity in just five minutes. The battery is based on the same lithium ion chemistry used in cellphone batteries today but gets its advantage from atoms of graphite bonded to the anode, Huawei said on Friday at an industry conference in Japan. That change means faster charging but not at the expense of usage life or a sacrifice
Smartphones were once the major disruptive force in the games industry, but now Steam Machines and immersive entertainment technologies are set to stir things up again
The only solution for Apple users? Leave the affected area immediately
New service routes calls, texts and voicemail over the internet so that the phone works even without mobile signal. But why should you care?
Likely to be trotting the streets of Shoreditch before Christmas, the serious side to this Kickstarter-funded garment is helping lost dogs get found