New and improved smart watches were unveiled at Mobile World Congress—but consumers remain unconvinced.
An app called Vurb aims to make it easier to search for stuff to do using a smartphone.
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Efforts to expand Internet access via mobile technologies may be stymied by economic and social challenges.
A startup uses an old parlor trick and smartphone sensing to let you control virtual objects in a see-through box.
Billions of people could get online for the first time thanks to helium balloons that Google will soon send over many places cell towers don’t reach. Availability: 1-2 years
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