A panel at SXSWi offers the debate: make the likes of Loopt, Brightkite, and Whrrl interoperable to ensure a level playing field, or let the industry just shake itself out.
SmartThings and other smart-home vendors will be watching WWDC with interest, but no need to move out yet.
Your car stores a lot of your personal information. Here are a few simple steps that you can take to help protect your privacy.
Google should unveil a new version of its mobile OS next week. Here's some of what we may see this time around, and also down the line.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz hopes to use his chain's national presence as a "promotional vehicle" for Square's mobile-payment option.
DARPA orders prototypes of Innovega's iOptik displays that use special contact lenses so a person can focus both on images shown on the lenses and far-away objects for augmented reality.
With additions like a location-based Find My Friends apps, Apple's jumping in where loads of others are gaining traction or trying hard.
Loopt's location-aware deals service is expanding to make the process of finding and traversing to a nearby deal a more exploratory experience.
It's not a crowdsourced Kozmo. It is a credible challenger to eBay and Craigslist.
CTO Kevin Lynch demonstrates apps that pop up when you enter a museum or get near a friend--and of course hopes coders will build those apps with Adobe tools.