Carriers are a fact of using a cell phone. Can a special SIM card enable Apple to deploy complete control of the iPhone, as a recent report suggests?
The State Department readies new Internet freedom policies, the FAA may lift the ban on cell phones during air travel, and Japanese researchers are working on robot babies.
Apple could be developing an integrated SIM card for the iPhone that would allow you to switch mobile networks using an app or iTunes.
Apple is working with carriers and standards groups to create a smaller version of the SIM card that could lead to slimmer devices, according to a Reuters report.
Barclaycard and two U.K. carriers set a launch date of early summer for a system to make wireless purchases with mobile phones.
As RSA 2009 kicks off, Microsoft begins education campaign about new security features of Windows 7.
Google will acquire plenty of intellectual property with its planned acquisition of the handset maker. It also gets plenty more work for the legal department.
This week on Android Atlas Weekly, Android is sued again, a 3D Android Picture Frame and everything you ever wanted to know about the Samsung Galaxy Tab, All that and more coming up on this week's edition of Android Atlas Weekly for Thursday, October 28st, 2010. Join Justin Eckhouse along side guest host, Senior Editor, Donald Bell.
Cell-phone makers, carriers, banks, and even Google have something to gain from you swapping out your wallet for your mobile phone.