An atlas of the subconscious, from Tijuana to Reykjavik The first thing I learned is: Everybody flies. Consider the surly taxi driver I met in Ukraine who, when asked what he dreamed of at night, responded,
The 'James Bond' style drug could allow one spy to drink another under the table whilst maintaining a clear head A 'James Bond'-style drug which would allow a spy to drink somebody under the table and
Google is teaming up with Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis – specifically its Alcon eye care division – to bring its smart contact lens to market. Originally unveiled in January, the futuristic lens
The $129.99 Voyager Edge combines impressive audio quality with a sleek design, plus it comes with plenty of important features, such as noise canceling, voice commands, and a battery case for charging
A PlayStation 4 virtual reality headset, created by Sony, has been rumored to appear at just about every major trade show in the past year. Vague reports circulate that it will be shown to the public the
As Samsung prepares to announce their latest smartphone at next week’s Mobile World Congress, there are a lot of users of the Samsung Galaxy S3 who’ll be looking for a new phone. Has the South Korean done
Sessions, the behavioral health startup that launched out of the Rock Health startup incubator in June 2012, has been acquired by MyFitnessPal for an undisclosed sum. This is MyFitnessPal’s first acquisition.
Sketchy rumor suggests iWatch will have a curved, flexible display; mass production 2nd half of 2014
An unconfirmed report in China Times claims that Taiwan-based touch panel manufacturer TPK will be making flexible displays for the iWatch, with mass production expected in the second half of the year.
Google has issued an etiquette guide for users of its Google Glass headsets, urging them to be respectful and polite while wearing them Google has published an etiquette guide for users of Google Glass,
Sure, the Tizen Association just welcomed new members, but the mobile platform is still having a tough start overall -- a Japanese carrier even canceled a Tizen smartphone release in January. So, Samsung
Following weeks of rumors regarding the next-generation flagship smartphone from HTC, today images of the device have leaked via reliable leakster @evleaks. The image above shows off what appears to be
Apple is exploring a variety of different charging methods for its upcoming "iWatch" smart watch project, according to a report from The New York Times. At the top of the list for Apple appears to be charging,
Bloomberg: Apple to introduce larger, curved screen iPhones in Q3 2014, enhanced pressure sensors for later models
Bloomberg is reporting that “sources familiar with the plans” say Apple is planning to release two new iPhone models next year with curved displays. The two phones would have 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch displays