The commission updates its rules to ensure browsers are accessible to people with disabilities.
The Mobile Work Exchange recently announced the recipients of the group's 2013 Tele-Vision Awards.
The agency wants "revolutionary ideas" on getting past IP for a mobile network that could scale to a thousand nodes.
A developer in India has produced a mobile device for the visually impaired that expands the range of mobile accessibility.
The organization, noting the environmental impact of billions of cell phones, says users should be able to open them up and fix them so they last longer. Would that be a headache for network admins?
AppComm, launched with 65 apps already available, lets organizations and the public rate apps and suggest new ones.
The company releases an API guide for developers, creating an opportunity for hands-free public sector apps.
The Wireless Network Defense program could borrow tactics from credit card and online buying protections to ensure trustworthiness.
As the high turnover rate for mobile devices creates a growing market for selling -- and stealing -- used phones, police await a national database that could help reduce thefts.
Martin Cooper made the first cell phone call 40 years ago this week, launching a revolution.