A test conducted by Global Wireless Solutions found that the cellular deployment in New York subways remains lacking.
The high court issues a decision on two cases related to police searches of mobile phones, calling modern cell phones "not just another technological convenience."
They're too tiny to see, but a new form of light-sensitive nanoparticles could flood the world with solar power.
Harvard researchers create a heart patch using gels and 3D-printing technology that could someday lessen reliance on transplant surgery.
Princeton researchers say their two-camera approach offers the most detailed footage of a nano-sized particle to date, which could ultimately shed light on how viruses and cells interact.
The Cel-Fi is an effective solution to extend T-Mobile or AT&T signal to where you couldn't get it before, but it's cost-prohibitive for homes and hence suitable mostly or business users.
University of Cambridge researchers print two types of retinal cells from adult rats and hope the development could one day contribute to a cure for some types of human blindness.
You can add location tracking to the surveillance activities carried out by the secretive US agency, The Washington Post reports. And though the NSA says Americans aren't targets, data on some does get sucked up.
Wireless phone service is quickly winking back on for millions of people after commercial power companies restore electricity to thousands of customers in hard-hit areas after superstorm Sandy.
Test was meant to suss how National Security Agency's systems could handle bulk location data, according to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and NSA head Keith Alexander.