The Korean manufacturer Samsung has released an advertising video which present the new flexible and transparent smartphone.
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research Scientists in Mainz (Germany) have developed a new coating that can be used for protection touch screen smartphones and tablets from water, dirt and other troubles.
The Carrier IQ application running on Android, BlackBerry and Nokia mobile devices is logging any taken activity, including buttons pressed, Internet search queries, text messages and locations.
Google Incorporation, the world’s largest Internet-search company, introduced a music service that lets people buy songs through the Android Market, stepping up competition with Apple Incorporation’s iTunes store.
SIM card manufacturer Giesecke and Devrient revealed his plans for the Nano-SIM. The new mobile SIM card will be one third less than the Micro-SIM, as well as a 15% thinner, which can open doors to new, more compact smartphone.
Nokia Design and Nokia Research Center have been exploring the possibilities of nanotechnology and created a conceptual smartphone called the Nokia HumanForm.
Company RIM announced its new smartphone BlackBerry Porsche Design P9981. Novelty has a very stylish design that combines steel and leather.
A team of scientists in Denmark have managed to develop a smartphone brain scanners consisting of a low-cost 14-channel EEG headset with a wireless connection to a smartphone (Nokia N900), enabling minimally invasive EEG monitoring in naturalistic settings.
Created by James Law, the Cybertecture Mirror presents users with a wealth of information while looking at their reflection including weather and news, social network feeds, streamed internet TV, personal health information and can even act as a personal exercise.