• A Guide to Demand Paging and How it Improves Memory Management on Mobile Phones

    Demand paging is a concept that operating system designers and programmers come across on a regular basis. However, with the incorporation of this concept into mobile operating systems, how will the new addition affect the user and their mobile experience?
    By Karishma Sundaram July 5, 2011 

  • Tegra: Featured On The Zune HD, Coming To Mobiles Everywhere

    Nvidia's "all-in-one chip," Tegra, has been rumored across the mobile device world for nearly a year now. Since the release of Zune HD, it's been history. We take a look at what Tegra has been, what it will be, and the possibilities it...
    By Alex Macen June 29, 2011 

  • Reading Between the Lines: How Google & Verizon Kill Mobile Internet Freedom by Regulating the FCC

    Verizon and Google have drawn up a Net Neutrality pact that intends to instill a "Framework" allowing the FCC to regulate certain portions of the Internet-or not. What gives the companies the right to determine what the FCC can do? What are...
    By JCTorpey May 19, 2011 

  • What is Long Term Evolution?

    Somewhere lost in the excitement of 3G technology is an offering known as Long Term Evolution or LTE. While not as well known to the average user, it is this technology that has largely been the focus of newer, faster and more efficient 4G networks. Let's...
    By Finn Orfano May 3, 2011 

  • Text a Librarian and IM Reference

    Do you have a question or information need? Libraries are not just for books anymore. Learn how some libraries are using IM and text messaging to provide patrons with reference services.
    By Heather Marie Kosur April 4, 2011 

  • Evolution Of Mobile Technology: A Brief History of 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G Mobile Phones

    Mobile phone technology is continuously evolving, seemingly at an accelerating rate of innovation and adoption. Examining the strides taken from 1G to 4G, the technology has both created new usage patterns and learned from unexpected use cases. Here's...
    By Jefe Nubarrón January 12, 2011 

  • Pomegranate Phones - The Fake Mobile Phone for Viral Marketing

    The Pomegranate Phone is the product pitched in a viral online ad campaign. The viewer is initially engaged by an absolutely wacky, innovative ‘all-in-one’ mobile gadget. The underlying message serves to pique an interest in the Canadian province...
    By Jefe Nubarrón January 12, 2011 

  • Apple iPhone OS 3.0 - Preview

    Apple previewed the new version of the iPhone OS - 3.0 way back on March 17th. It also made the iPhone OS 3.0 beta 5 release available around May 7. With the Palm Pre soon rolling out and Google Android 1.5 almost out, the iPhone OS 3.0 was a much needed...
    By Finn Orfano July 13, 2010 

  • ShopSavvy for Google Android Makes Shopping on Your Mobile Easy

    A review of the ShopSavvy application, available on the Google Android platform for phones like the Motorola Droid, T-Mobile MyTouch and G1/G2, and the Google Nexus.
    By Stig May 5, 2010 
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