Virtual tours of the UK’s forests have been launched to teach children about the work and jobs of the forestry industry.
Millions of mobile users may not be receiving the quality of service expected from consulting a network’s coverage checker, it has been warned.
Teenagers should not be allowed mobile phones in schools because their brains are not mature enough to exercise self-control, the principal of the prestigious Gordonstoun School has said.
Mobile phones are “demonised” but can be a force for good in the classroom, according to a leading head teacher.
Artificial intelligence, 5G and robotics are expected to be among the biggest talking points when the world’s largest technology show – CES – begins in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
WhatsApp will no longer work on a number of smartphones in the new year as support ends on some older handsets.
Google has started running “feature drops” for its Pixel smartphones as part of a new way to regularly provide users with the latest features.
An American study has shone a light on some of the smartphone-related accidents reported to emergency departments in the US over the last 20 years, which range from walking while texting to playing Pokemon Go.
One in four children and young people has a problematic relationship with smartphones, research suggests.
Three is delaying the rollout of its 5G service for an undisclosed amount of time, the network operator has announced.
Nearly one in four UK adults say they have trouble sleeping because they spend too long on their smartphones before bed, according to research.
A mysterious wave of strange text messages has swept America’s mobile phones, delivering largely unintelligible messages to people from friends, family – and the occasional ex.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says we would all be using Windows Mobile today instead of Android if an antitrust case had not been lodged against it in the late 90s.
Google may lead in smartphones when it comes to software but the hardware side of things rests on its still-young Pixel range, which is now in its fourth generation.
Samsung has teased a new type of foldable smartphone, one where the screen folds in half in the same fashion as “flip phones” made popular in the early 2000s.
Google has said a requirement for eyes to be open when using face unlocking on its Pixel 4 smartphone will be added “in the coming months”.
Google has confirmed the Face Unlock system on its new Pixel 4 smartphone can allow access to the device even when the user has their eyes closed.
A fix for a security flaw which allows any fingerprint to unlock Samsung’s Galaxy S10 smartphone when using a third-party screen protector could be available as early as next week, the company has said.
O2 has become the latest mobile operator to launch its 5G network, promising faster data speeds in busy areas.
Google’s new Pixel smartphone has impressed experts and analysts but some believe star features like the camera may not be enough to lure people away from Apple and Samsung’s stronghold.
Google has taken the wrappers off its fourth flagship Pixel smartphone, as the tech giant continues its bid to take on the likes of Apple and Samsung.
An “always on” work culture driven by emails and out-of-hours calls is taking its toll on people’s mental health and their ability to juggle their personal life, according to research.
Instagram has become the latest app to receive the dark mode treatment in a update being rolled out to some users from Tuesday.
Huawei’s founder has described the UK’s scrutiny over its 5G equipment as vigorous and welcomed other countries to do the same level of examining in a bid to gain trust.
The impact of light from smartphones, tablets and laptops before bed may not be as serious as we think, according to an expert.
A lack of Google’s core apps on Huawei’s latest handset runs the risk of putting potential buyers off, industry experts have warned.
Huawei has launched its latest flagship smartphone but made little mention of the issues faced by a US trade ban restricting it from pre-installing Google apps.
Huawei is set to unveil its latest flagship smartphones, likely to be the first not carrying core Google apps amid an ongoing trade dispute with the US government.
Too many temporary workers were used at a Foxconn factory in China where iPhones are built, Apple has admitted, in response to a report by a campaign group.
Google has started rolling out its newest version of the Android operating system, starting with its own line of Pixel smartphones.