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Motorola Moto G review: how good can a $179 smartphone be?

The Moto X represented a sizable step forward for Motorola. A comfortable, fresh, customizable design married with tasteful and useful software features, it’s the polar opposite of the aggressively styled and skinned Droids Motorola and Verizon have produced. Now, Motorola is back with the Moto G, …

How Tablets Have Redefined the Rules of Personal Computing

Back in 1990, I was asked by Microsoft to look closely at a product in the works that turned out to be the company’s first tablet. The focus on this …

Congress uses cartoon video to explain the problems with patent trolls and “legalized extortion”

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Credit:<p>In 2011, Congress tried — and failed — to fix America’s broken patent system with the America Invents Act. Now, reform …

Jeff Bezos: I Had To Be Talked Into Buying The Washington Post

Yes, yes, we know: Amazon is gearing up to start deliveries by drone. Very exciting, to be sure.<p>Among the less headline-grabbing but nevertheless interesting things Jeff Bezos told Charlie Rose in interviews for Sunday night’s “60 Minutes” profile was why he wanted to buy the Washington Post. He …

Europe’s BlaBlaCar Has Created the Purest Version of the Sharing Economy So Far — And It’s Working

BlaBlaCar, the Paris-based long-distance ride-sharing marketplace, now has a million active monthly users — people who either drive their personal …

Internet erupts in parody to Amazon's proposed delivery drones

Depending on execution, parody can be one of the best or worst ways to get a message across. Today, we've seen examples of both lambasting Amazon Prime Air, the company's new plan to use drones to deliver packages to your door. Twitter reacted with the usual mix of humor, disdain, and nitpicking, …

The secret Hong Kong facility that uses boiling goo to mine Bitcoins

A single bitcoin is now worth over $1,000, but the process of mining for the digital currency — in which people devote computing power to facilitate global Bitcoin transactions and secure the currency's network — is growing increasingly expensive. Serious miners have started to build dedicated …

Will 3D Sensing From PrimeSense Make Apple's Siri More Psychic?

How much more intelligent and perceptive could Siri be if it understood more than just what you told it? What if it understood where you were in your house? Or if you were out in public? What if it had some basic spatial awareness that could help narrow the context of what you are asking?<p>These are …

One of the Year’s Most Addictive Mobile Games Doesn’t Seem Like a Game at All

When I tell people I write about videogames, someone almost always asks, “What should I play?”<p>I’m not a reviewer, and there are plenty of games I …

Amazon Pokes Fun At Apple, Jony Ive And The iPad Air In Latest Kindle Advert

Oh, Amazon. You’re silly. But also very right.<p>In Amazon’s latest assault on the gadget establishment, the Kindle HDK 8.9 takes on the iPad Air, correctly pointing out that Amazon’s offering has a better screen and is lighter than its Apple counterpart. Plus, the Kindle HDX 8.9 is cheaper.<p>With this …