Hitachi Displays started mass production of 800 x 480 2.9" LCD panels for use in mobile phones, which the company claims is "the industry's first 800 x 480 product as a mobile phone display panel."
Low-cost femtocells could emerge as an attractive alternative to voice over Wi-Fi (VoFi) in future homes, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.
Samsung today announced a new high-performance memory that promises to boost the performance of high-end smartphones.
According to a new study by MobileWeb Metrix, which tracks trends among mobile Internet use, more users are looking up weather information from their cell phones than from a notebook or desktop PC.
Samsung's BlackJack phone almost has a full QWERTY keyboard. Notice the semi-colon and 'L' keys are combined.
Intel has announced what it called the industry's first volume shipments of 65nm NOR flash multi-level cell (MLC) products, including the 65 nm 1Gb monolithic part for cell phones.
Sanyo Epson today said that it has developed a 2.2" cellphone display that is just 1.1 mm thick and can display QVGA (320 x 240 pixel) resolution.
CyLab researchers at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have developed a new anti-phishing tool to protect mobile users.
Intel on Tuesday introduced its first NOR flash products aimed at the emerging low-cost cell phone segment.