After scaring the entire office with the startling noise the stun gun makes—which Yellow Jacket insists will help scare off ne’er-do-wells—we took it to the studio to test it out on Product Design & Development Editor David Mantey and Wireless Week Editor Andrew Berg.
Edward Snowden revealed the true extent of the NSA's massive surveillance program. The United States government now has access to essentially all forms of electronic communication, from texts to emails and voice calls. Check out this statement from some well-known names in the whistle blower community, as well as a few celebrities.
The world of digital content grows exponentially every day. SanDisk helps companies and consumers capture, share, preserve and access that content from the data center all the way to the digital camera. That adds up to more than two million flash memory products produced at our world-class manufacturing facilities on a daily basis. Check out SanDisk's message for the future.
As rumors swirl that HTC is teaming up with Amazon on a line of smarpthones, the struggling OEM recently dropped the HTC One Max, it's largest slab yet. With a slew of high-end specs, perhaps most noticeable are the HTC One Max's measurements, which come in at 5.9 inches of screen real estate.
T-Mobile’s recent launch of Uncarrier 3.0 brought with it a shake-up of the way the U.S. wireless industry will view international roaming going forward. As part of a media event at NYC’s Bryant Park, T-Mobile enlisted the help of international pop sensation Shakira.
Amazon's Kindle tablets have proved they have mass appeal as the perfect devices for content consumption. With the latest iteration of the Amazon's slates, the company has thought to include a unique brand of customer service. Check out this video that shows just how the new Mayday button works on the Kindle HDX.
Google's Project Glass has perplexed, excited and angered on the consumer front. Now, major verticals are looking to make use of the headsets. Check out this proof of concept from Philips Healthcare that shows just exactly how surgeons might use Google Glass in the operating room.
While many may think outsized phablets mascarading as phones have gone too far, today's marquee smartphones of nothing compared to the devices that got the ball rolling. In this week's video, let's harken back to a time when the ability to make a simple voice call from your car was a luxury that 'only thousands' could enjoy.
With the Hong Kong skyline as a backdrop, Android Authority runs the new iPhone 5S and 5C through a series of drop tests. It's the first drop test we've seen so far for Apple's new smartphones and the results are completely different from what we expected.
Apple's new flagship goes on sale today around the world. The new iPhone 5S comes replete with iOS 7, as well as a biometric fingerprint scanner. Analysts will be watching early sales numbers of both the 5S and the lower cost iPhone 5C.
The standout feature on Apple's new 5S has to be the company's new Touch ID technology, which allows a user's fingerprint to act as a password. Check out what Sir Jony Ive has to say about how Apple arrived at the latest iPhone's differentiator.
While Samsung grabbed most of the attention with its splashy Galaxy Gear unveiling this week, Qualcomm quietly took wraps off a wearable of its own at its annual Uplinq developer conference. Take a quick look at the Toq, which boasts 8 days of battery life. Is it possible Qualcomm could be a contender in the space?
Motorola's new flagship has garnered a lot of attention for its focus on personalization, but Google's subsidiary has also tried to differentiate on other levels. Take a look at the Moto X's toucheless voice control features, which allows users to wake and control aspecs of the phone with voice only.
During this WDD HotSeat interview, Brock Butler, Marketing Director for mobile devices at Spirent Communications, discusses the major trends occurring in the HD Voice and VOLTE markets. He also provides an overview of the major challenges that are present in these markets and insight on how they can be overcome.
In the first full spot from HTC's new ad campaign, Robert Downey Jr. saunters through a series of bizarre initialism interpretations for the company's name. Detractors say it's too drastic a shift away from the HTC's old message of "Quietly Brilliant" and criticize it for choosing odd non sequiturs over talking about the actual phones. But people are talking about HTC and that's basically the point of the ad.