The more time a child spent in hand-held screens, the higher the risk of expressive speech delay.
New smartphone app could help men measure their sperm count in the comfort of their homes.
uBeam has finally spoken up about its secretive wireless technology and its pursuit to make cordless charging possible. The company has just unveiled its recent prototype of a device that can charge phones via ultrasonic waves.
Scientists from the University of Central Florida's NanoScience Technology Center have developed a new novel method of creating flexible supercapacitors that survive recharging more than 30,000 times without degrading.
New smartphone app could detect early signs of autism using eye tracking software.
Access to smartphones and tablets during bedtime could negatively affect children's sleep quality and quantity.
MyShake, a new app created by the University of California at Berkeley and app developers at Deutsche Telekom AG, allows smartphone users to detect nearby earthquake activity sooner and send the information directly to seismologists. The hope is to create a large enough network to provide advanced warnings to areas that lack the technology for earthquake detection.
Smartphone use in the recent past means more brain power at your fingertips, specifically in the thumbs, according to new research.
It may sound a bit unreal, but astronauts have reportedly been working with small spherical free flying robots on the international space station since 2011, and these little guys are now being upgraded with their own smartphones.
It looks as though researchers may have found a way to make smartphone apps even smarter with new see-through sensors that could possibly commercialize phones to have biomedical and additional computing capabilities.