The Phoneblok is an open platform device made of detachable and replaceable component blocks such as memory, battery, camera, speakers.
TouchShare adapts the TouchTable concept for mobile platforms, offering mission planners and emergency responders real-time collaboration.
Some agencies have told furloughed employees to turn off their mobile devices during the shutdown, but what if they're set to protect against being lost or stolen?
The Tech vs. Wild contest is looking for true stories of rugged computing devices that survived the worst of times.
Apple's new mobile OS can keep work and personal apps separate, secure and managed. And the ability of multitask doesn't hurt, either.
The free mobile app can put spaceships in your living room or wherever you point your device, and hints at augmented reality's potential as a training tool.
Samsung's new smartwatch has a few things going for it, but the track record on wearable computers, in government or out, isn't promising.
Amber Alerts and other warnings delivered by the Wireless Emergency Alerts system can get out of hand, as the recent case in California shows.
Smartphones sitting around in their chargers all night can now band together to help find a cure for AIDS while their owners sleep.
Receiving the authority to operate is a critical step forward in the security certification process.