Klip version 2.0 brings even more goodies to its video-sharing iPhone app

More than 115 million smartphones were sold during Q3 of 2011, according to the latest Gartner report, and almost all of them have some video capability. But with the spike in video creation comes a new problem: what to watch. Startup Klip tackles this problem by making it easy to track and sort videos from your friends on your iPhone.

Cellphones could be charged by voice chatter — still annoy everyone else

Here’s your daily dose of science: Researchers in South Korea have been working on technology that could turn sound into electricity, something that could potentially let you charge your cellphone while also talking into it, in addition to a multitude of other uses.

Cox launches mobile phone service to combat AT&T, Verizon

Cox Communications, the third-largest cable provider in the US, announced today that it’s launching a mobile phone service that it will bundle with its cable and internet service, Bloomberg reports.

Pay with your phone: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile announce Isis mobile commerce network

We’ve previously reported that AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile were gearing up to have your cellphone replace your credit card — now it’s official. The companies today announced the Isis mobile commerce network, which uses near-field communication (NFC) technology to let you make purchases with your phone.

iSuppli: Global wireless subscriptions to reach 5B this month

The number of worldwide wireless subscriptions is quickly approaching 75 percent of the Earth’s total population. It’s expected to hit 5 billion this month, according to the market research firm iSuppli.

Microsoft shows off Netflix and Xbox gaming on Windows Phone 7 Series

Today, at the MIX10 event in Las Vegas, Microsoft announced that its upcoming Windows Phone 7 Series platform will feature Netflix as one of its third-party launch applications — including Netflix’s popular Watch Instantly streaming video service.