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The Queen Is Now Tweeting

12:48 PM ET The official account had been building up to the tweet throughout the day, highlighting the 88-year-old monarch’s past technological milestones.

Will This Google App Really Reinvent Email?

October 23 Google’s Inbox is not an email app. It is a personal assistant, a tool for reminders, and a way to quickly scan incoming information all in one.

Ex-Wife of Former Cop Allegedly Used Mobile Spyware for ID Fraud Racket

October 22 Her secret cellphone recordings are evidence in the case against a one-time California local police commander.

Is the Chinese Government Hacking Every iPhone in the Country?

October 20 China has an estimated 100 million iPhone users, and all of them could be vulnerable

Mobile Devices Will Transform How Government Fieldwork Gets Done

October 20 IPads and iPhones can do more than make field workers more efficient in creating reports and reducing paperwork.

FCC Wants to Upgrade Your Phone to 5G

October 20 The agency is looking into the next generation of wireless technology, which could make phones a thousand times faster.

Getting Health Info to Low-Income Cellphone Users

October 17 The digital divide is shrinking; useful apps aren’t keeping pace.

Three Reasons Apple’s New Encryption Technology is a Good Idea (Even if the FBI Hates It)

October 17 The benefits of secure encryption far outweigh the costs of devices that "go dark" even when authorities have a lawful warrant.

How a Simple Note-Taking App Became the New Anti-Censorship Tool in China

October 17 Mainland internet users have been able to freely share commentary and stories about the protests on the app.

Your Smartphone Can Detect Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays. Here’s Why That Matters

October 16 When your smartphone detects a cosmic ray, it can share data with the researchers, allowing them to study the rays in more detail than ever before.