There's little doubt that smartphone theft is on the rise, and the attorney general from at least one state is hoping to get help from the very companies who manufacture the devices in the first place.
Samsung Electronics may be flying high with US$7.7 billion in profits for the first three months of the year, but all that money may be making the company's chairman a little nervous, if history is any indication.
IBM researchers have made a major breakthrough in an entirely new form of electronic device, one that Apple--without spending a dime on the research behind it--might use in future decades to create an iPad that would make today’s model look like young Abe Lincoln’s homework shovel.
We're all excited for the new iPhone. And even if it doesn't live up to every one of everyone's expectations, Apple's sure to sell a boatload of them over the days, weeks and months following its release. Of course, many of those sales will be to existing iPhone users looking to upgrade to the latest and greatest, leaving behind a mountain of old handsets. Some, of course, will hit the second-hand market, but more than a few will end up in the garbage.