One of the best measures of a trend’s progress in the consumer electronics world is the reaction of the component suppliers. If the suppliers start taking concrete steps towards addressing it, then they anticipate demand from their manufacturing clients, who in turn must be anticipating demand from consumers. That’s why it’s such an encouraging sign that…
The race is now officially on in South Korea to create the world’s first holographic smartphone.
A light-activated titanium dioxide sanitization layer destroys any organic material on the screen.
The mobile giant’s engineers have created new alloy that can substitute the rapidly dwindling metal in the specialized electrodes that power touchscreens.
Consumers may not have to endure through the game of whack-a-mole that the mobile industry has been playing with security exploits on Android for much longer if this latest project from Northwestern University bears fruit.