Recall that silent rage you get when you're told to switch of your Kindle, iPod or laptop for take-off and landing, even when there's nothing wireless going on. Well, the FAA could be approaching a change
Google Fiber Compared To Broadband By Putting A Middle Age Guy In A Bath Robe And Soaking Him With A Firehose
Provo, Utah is getting Google Fiber in the next few months. So how do you explain to the people of this small city north of Salt Lake what that will mean for their Interent service? You get a guy to wear
The removal of the Windows 8 Start button last year turned out to be a hot-button issue for users of Microsoft's latest operating system. Following a range of feedback from customers, Microsoft is now
Sharp's first Windows 8 tablet has 10.1-inch, 2,560 x 1,600 IGZO display and water resistance (hands-on)
Kicking off this week's CEATEC show in Japan, Sharp has played to its strengths with its new Windows 8 tablet, the Mebius Pad, factoring in a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution display. That puts it pretty far of
Softbank has just held its biannual showcase to reveal its new smartphone family and, as is often the case with Japanese carriers, there's a few interesting devices alongside the more predictable iPhone
Nexon, the publicly traded free-to-play gaming giant out of Asia, is continuing its streak of strategic investments in promising Western studios by taking a stake in former Zynga COO John Schappert’s startup
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U.S. war planners are preparing for three days of attacks on Syria, a longer bombardment than originally envisioned. September 07, 2013|By David S. Cloud Hundreds of demonstrators opposed to a U.S. military
Intelligence-gathering agency has created working groups to access contacts lists, SMS, and user location on the three most popular mobile platforms, according to classified documents viewed by Spiegel.
Even Google admits that Android tablet software has been lagging, but one key app might finally be catching up. At IFA 2013, a tablet-optimized copy of Twitter was spotted running on a Samsung Galaxy 10.1.
President Bashar al-Assad did not personally order last month's chemical weapons attack near Damascus that has triggered calls for US military intervention, and blocked numerous requests from his military
Stickers, or large-scale emoticons, have become a phenomenon in the age of the smart device. Originating in Asia, where some sticker sets have helped companies reel in sizeable revenues and stake out in
Nokia is preparing to launch a 6-inch Lumia 1520 Windows Phone. We got a brief look at the phone last month thanks to a leaked image, but Verge reader KaZ has supplied a number of new photos of the device.
Microsoft has provided some glimpses of the Xbox One dashboard, but the company still hasn't shown it fully to the public. One particular YouTube user, Jackson Carter, has posted a two minute video of
More than two-thirds of French people are against the country taking part in international military action in Syria, according to a newspaper poll published Saturday. The survey for French daily Le Figaro
We don't always go to Taco Bell, but when we do, we go to this one. Quite possibly the most badass of T-Bell's 39,000+ chalupa factories, this 20 min-South-of-SF location is unlike any other you've ever
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) insisted there will be no "boots on the ground" in Syria because if there were, "there would be an impeachment of the president." McCain made the following statement to KFYI's
The Burj Khalifa in Dubai and the Bank of America tower in New York count among the worst offenders Supertall skyscrapers aren't necessarily built to fit as many people inside as possible--sometimes they're
R.I.P. Futurama, we'll miss ya The first time I saw Futurama, the long-running (but off-and-on) animated series from Simpsons creator Matt Groening, I was a kid watching it on summer afternoons at my house.