Smartphones and data centres are damaging to the environment and will have the biggest carbon footprint in the tech industry by 2040, researchers have found.
A new smartphone can survive underwater, cope with extreme temperatures and endure vibration exposure, according to its developers.
Our body could power our gadgets in the future. At least that’s what new research suggests.
Emoji symbols are being used to construct secret “languages” that allow personalised communication between colleagues, friends and family members, say researchers.
Honor has launched what it claims is Europe’s first quad-camera smartphone, the Honor 9 Lite.
Smartphone maker OnePlus has been hit by a cyber attack affecting up to 40,000 customers and compromising their credit card information.
Millennials are so obsessed with their smartphones that nearly three quarters of them spend more time worrying about battery life than looking around while on holiday, according to new research.
Smartphone users are being advised to use additional security measures on their phones after scientists were able to unlock some of the devices with 99.5% accuracy.
Researchers have discovered a new material which could pave the way for phones which repair themselves when damaged.
Google has created its own app to help users save and make better use of their mobile data.
Being addicted to smartphones creates a chemical imbalance in the brain linked to depression and anxiety in young people, a study suggests.
OnePlus, the Chinese start-up looking to challenge Apple and Samsung with its lower-priced premium smartphones, has unveiled its new flagship device, the 5T.
A new 24-hour service for NHS patients to contact a doctor via videolink on a smartphone has launched in London.
The iPhone X is finding its way into the hands of consumers for the first time, as the flagship smartphone goes on sale around the world.
Gaming giant Razer has unveiled its first step into a whole new market with the Razer Phone, which it says hopes to take personal entertainment to a new level.
HTC has unveiled two new smartphones – the U11+, a bigger screen version of its flagship device, and the mid-range U11 Life.
Nokia has announced a new smartphone that it claims offers two days of battery life.
Smartphones could be used to diagnose problems with a car just by listening to the vehicle’s sounds.
Motorola has a new wearable that uses GPS and an accelerator to track movement and exercise – but this device is for the dog, not the owner.
Google making bold strides into hardware is an exciting prospect. It means one of the biggest technology companies around is looking to reach consumers in new ways – but it’s proving far from plain sailing.
A trial of an artificial pancreas and connected smartphone app in the US has been called a success after scientists recorded what they called “significant improvements” in test patients suffering from type 1 diabetes.
A brand new iPhone has entered the world, greeted with its usual mix of delight and derision depending on which side of the Apple fence you sit on.
Google and HTC have announced a billion dollar agreement that will see around 2,000 engineers join the US firm to work on developing premium smartphones.
Chinese smartphone giant Huawei has laid out grand plans to make smartphones more intelligent – revolving around a new processor chipset with artificial intelligence built in.
LG’s new V30 smartphone will improve the company’s appeal to consumers and challenge Samsung’s popularity, industry analysts have claimed.
Samsung has unveiled a trio of new wearables aimed at fitness enthusiasts and music lovers.
Samsung has unveiled its new Galaxy Note 8 smartphone, the first Note device since its 2016 model was recalled and discontinued over safety concerns.