Satellite communications provider Iridium has introduced a new Wi-Fi hot spot that will allow iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry users to access the Net in the remotest parts of the world.
The Iridium satellite network releases its third-generation handset. It is smaller, lighter, and more functional than any of its predecessors.
Iridium technology now lets iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch owners connect to the Web on 90 percent of the planet, where wireless networks aren't available.
Johns Hopkins, Boeing, and Iridium team up on a system called AMPERE that's meant to provide better monitoring of solar activity that could disrupt electronics on Earth.
Enough with the gizmos and doodads on Indiegogo and Kickstarter. A Moscow startup is looking for $1 million to start its $10-per-month global phone and Net service.
A new chemical iris design developed by researchers in Germany could mean that smaller camera modules for smartphones are on the way.
In honor of World Penguin Day, tech firm Cambridge Consultants announces a plan to use Raspberry-Pi-equipped cameras to help labs keep an eye on penguins in real time.
Indy Audio Labs is reviving two famed American brands, Aragon and Acurus, and still builds them here in the U.S.A.
The Brooklyn-based startup is offering a solution for off-the-grid travelers who need low-cost connectivity for their smartphone -- and it doesn't rely on satellites.
Australia's Murchison Widefield Array was built to probe intergalactic gas, but it can also use FM radio waves to determine the orbits of space junk.