Well, that was fun. Thanks for joining us tonight, for sending your tweets and sharing your comments. It was a whirl of chiffon, stilettos, red carpet sewage and slosh from Emma Thompson's martini glass.
I just returned from the most exciting Consumer Electronics Show I’ve ever covered. Thanks to extraordinary demand for gadgets that make us healthier, stronger, and smarter, the technology industry is
Listen · 8:54 Toggle more options Download• Transcript It was a rainy night in October when my nephew Lewis passed the Frankenstein statue standing in front of a toy store. The 2 1/2-year-old boy didn't
Dropbox is raising between $250 million and $400 million at a $10 billion valuation according to the Wall Street Journal and Re / code. Why? Because Dropbox has spent the last year rebuilding its product
The security breach that impacted 70 million Target customers last month may have been caused by malware created by a 17-year-old Russian hacker. While the suspected teenager wasn't actually responsible
Another day, another Apple leak (hey, iOS in the Car!) AND another Apple mock-up. Today’s comes from interface designer Todd Hamilton and it has our wrists aching for the real deal. Especially if that
A not-so-foolproof way to avoid confusion when ordering coffee: assume an alter ego It was approximately 8:55 am last Friday morning when a stranger asked for my name. I was in a long line at Starbucks,
We’ve seen before that President Obama is an iPad user, and this week he borrowed one to film students and a teacher during a classroom visit at a middle school in Maryland. The president was at Buck Middle
The Walt Disney Company posted a record quarter, in revenue terms, last night. The company has been around since the 1920s, so this is a not insignificant achievement, and its shares have surged about
Everyone in the games industry is trying to figure out what "the people" want. The big players in the AAA sector believe the people want military shooters and open-world games full of the old ultra violence.
Although the opening ceremonies have not yet begun, Feb. 6 represented the first day of action for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. There were no medals to win on Thursday, but athletes could certainly
Apple just procured enough Sapphire Crystal furnaces to make 100-200M ~5-inch iPhone displays in Arizona
Last year, Apple and GT Advanced struck a deal to open and operate a manufacturing facility in Mesa, Arizona related to sapphire crystal components. Earlier this year, we learned that Apple is “aggressively”
Starting this year, farmers across the Midwest can sign up for a service that lets big agribusiness collect data from their farms, minute by minute, as they plant and harvest their crops. Monsanto and
The company sees itself as an ally to ISPs, not an enemy Netflix just reported its Q4 2013 earnings, and amidst the good news was a word of caution in the company's letter to investors. Last week, a federal
When it comes to tackling obesity, eating right and staying active are usually the way to go. But a research team in the Netherlands says there's an environmental factor that might help and that is often