A recent research explored the impact of touchscreen devices on toddlers' sleep patterns and found that it lessened their sleep.
Fast, cheap and efficient. This best describes the newly developed mobile microscope that can analyze DNA immediately.
The app uses a phone's accelerometer to issue alerts.
Intelligent Energy on Monday announced that they have partnered with a smartphone manufacturer to introduce hydrogen cell fuel technology for the upcoming mobile devices. This means, the users will be able to use their device for a full week on a single charge
A U.K. company has claimed that its hydrogen fuel cell battery may be used in smartphones, which would allow them to last up to a week.
Offshoot of Huawei, Honor smartphones, that have already been used in many countries around the world, may be introduced in the U.S. at CES mega show next year
A new app offers a cheaper way of measuring stress levels.
Researchers have developed a new smartphone based system that detects changes in patients' behavioral patterns and then transmits them to professionals in real time.
Phone dating apps used by gay men to find a sexual partner carry a higher risk of getting common sexually transmitted infections than meeting online or in bars and clubs, according to a recent study.
Too many of us are carrying shattered phones because we can't afford new screens. However, scientists from the University of Akron may have discovered a solution to save fragile phones from their dilapidated doom.
A new app called "Gymsurfing" helps users purchase day passes to gyms while visiting another city.
Two new studies reported that managing blood pressure by using the Internet and apps could be dangerous for health.
In a new study, researchers are examining the effects of virtual home visits for patients with Parkinson's.
A new study is reporting that excessive smartphone use during mealtime can negatively impact parenting.
Researchers are revealing more ways smartphones are disrupting the lives of college students. While these devices are important for keeping people connected with friends and family, a new study has linked frequent cell phone use to anxiety, lower grades and reduced happiness in students.