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Cities september 25, 2014

Telehealth’s Multimillions Today Forecast Prominence Tomorrow

As companies providing remote treatment begin comprising a boom industry, investors hurry to stake claim

Advertising december 13, 2012

‘Magic’ Phone Booth Lets Children Talk With Santa

Brazilian telecom company sets up a phone line to the 'North Pole' for the holidays.

Advertising august 28, 2012

World’s First Made-To-Order Phone Can Only Call Two Numbers

OwnFone’s spartan interface features just enough buttons to cover the no-nonsense basics, such as getting in touch with 'favorite' contacts.

Culture august 24, 2012

Art Project Redraws National Borders Based On Cell Phone Usage

Julian Oliver's 'Border Bumping’ explores how you can physically be in one spot while your cell phone is still in another country’s network because it hasn’t ‘bumped’ over yet.

Advertising june 2, 2012

How Cloudsourcing Will Change The Future Of Work

PSFK's Consulting team looks at how employers can now access staff virtually to source complete solutions and an on-demand, easily scalable workforce.

Advertising december 30, 2011

AR App Layers Interactive Virtual Game Onto Physical World [Future Of Gaming]

'Buffer Busters' is an augmented reality mobile gaming application that challenges users to hunt virtual ‘Buffer Monsters’ slowing down networks.

Advertising november 3, 2011

3D Hologram Assistant Picks Out The Right Phone For You

Telenet in Belgium has created an interactive touchscreen wall that can also project a 3D rendered image of a helpdesk staff.

Advertising july 22, 2011

Google+ Now Available On iPhone

The latest social networking platform from the search giants makes its mobile debut on the iOS for free.

Advertising july 15, 2011

British Artist Publishes 12 Years Of Text Messages In A New Book

Tracey Molbert's latest work is a glimpse into her life through the various texts she's sent and received.

Advertising june 3, 2011

Emergency Text Alerts Soon To Hit New York

Government issued texts will automatically update citizens about national security whenever they're in range of certain cell towers.

Advertising june 1, 2011

Vodaphone Wants To Encourage Healthier Mobile Device Use [Video]

The telecommunications company explores healthier mobile device use through a series of animated videos

Design march 10, 2011

Elfoid Handset Provides Bizarre Telepresence Experience

A Japanese humanoid cellphone presents an alternative vision of how our conversations will be mediated in the future.

Technology february 23, 2011

The Mind-Boggling Information Processing Capacity Of Our World

Martin Hilbert of the University of Southern California carried out a study to discover just how much information does humankind store and compute.

Culture december 19, 2008
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