Will the first generation Apple Watch become collectible? Or will your shiny new Apple Watch go the way of old iPhones and iPads in a year or two when the upgrade to a newer, likely more feature-filled
California Gov. Jerry Brown ordered mandatory water reductions for the first time in the state’s history, after a four-year drought and a rough winter for snowfall. On Wednesday Brown called for a 25 reduction
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Like the football phone or the Dick Tracy two-way wrist radio, humankind has always dreamt of melding two technologies together to create a synergistic improvement on our meager, exhausting existence.
But there was one particular aspect of Google's workflow and culture that Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan didn't expect. Sivaramakrishnan, the founder and CEO of advertising tech company Drawbridge, worked Google
Google appears to be an indomitable force. But, with today’s release from the US military’s research arm of its Memex search technologies and Europe’s competition investigation into the Mountain View it
Meet Eve: she's darn smart, can make the process of finding new drugs a lot faster and cheaper -- and she costs around $1 million. That's because Eve is a robotic scientist developed by researchers from
Apple CEO Tim Cook just announced that the Apple Watch will begin shipping in April. Cook revealed the shipping timeframe during Apple's quarterly earnings call with investors; the company enjoyed a blockbuster
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The ex-Googler and current Yahoo CEO spells out three rules anyone can use to make an app better. A new book about embattled Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer reveals her three rules of great app design. Written
The closest you can get to being at Sundance without your SAG card Virtual reality's appeal has risen and faded over the decades, but 2015 seems like the year it might finally deliver--via motion pictures.