Mini computers exist thanks in no small part to Moore's Law, but one running Linux andJelly Bean is pretty unique. Developer SolidRun isn't new to the tiny PC scene, but since it released the original
A blog post by supplier-sourcing company Panjiva (via GigaOM) is being cited as evidence that Apple plans to launch a refreshed Apple TV alongside the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C at its media event on September
In the middle of a Senate hearing on the use of force in Syria, ex-presidential nominee Senator John McCain (R-AZ) was caught playing a poker game on his iPhone. The Washington Post photographer Melina
Apple's Sept. 10 media invite highlights the iOS 7 redesign, but (hopefully) foreshadows new iPhones, too. Apple just sent out its invitation to journalists for a Sept. 10 media event at the company headquarters
Panasonic officially quits the consumer smartphone business, president says mobile performance was 'unacceptable'
As reported in the Nikkei, Panasonic will today pull out of smartphone market in Japan, and change to outsourced production (offering its brand to other manufacturers) in emerging markets like India. president,
Google has announced that the next version of its Android mobile operating system will be called ‘Android KitKat’, after Nestlé’s popular chocolate bar. Android has been developed by the company’s engineers
Algorithms make the music, you make the party. Nerds, gather at the dance party! It's time to algorave. Meaning the DJs will be spinning algorithms, not just dropping beats. At an algorave, DJs compose
The National Park Service's Jon Jarvis says the massive blaze is a taste of things to come in forests across the West. August 31, 2013|By Tony Barboza A member of the BLM Silver State Hotshot crew uses
Three Democratic senators who led the fight against tobacco companies aim to limit minors' access to energy drinks. August 31, 2013|By Alexei Koseff Three senators say energy drink makers such as Monster
Go America, land of exaggerating to get ahead! Despite its lofty ideals, science isn't always impartial and unbiased. Scientists on occasion have fabricated data, or at least tweaked it to suit their They've
A pump that goes from blow to suck with no moving parts When you blow air across the top of a straw dipped in soda, liquid rises up the tube. This might seem strange, but a Venturi pump—named after the
And it's on the same scale as parts of the Grand Canyon! A previously unknown canyon has been discovered in Greenland, hidden beneath the ice. It is at least 750 kilometres long. To put that in perspective,
Both the pancakes and the swimming are due to being in Arizona for two weeks with the family, where the hotels and motels provided both, usually at breakfast time. The first week was work, the second holiday.
A new project aims to teach robots how to work alongside humans. These eyeball-y robots, created by a consortium of European researchers, are designed to learn how to navigate dynamic human environments
Here's how it works. Since their debut 13 years ago, in-car night-vision systems, which identify pedestrians approaching a roadway, have arguably made driving safer. But they come with a pretty big blind