Following an illustrious tradition of celebrity technology hires, which have included Lady GaGa and Alicia Keys, Ashton Kutcher is apparently now a product engineer for Lenovo, which times in well with
You may remember Nao, a charming humanoid robot, for its exploits on the soccer field, dance floor, or even for its love of amateur dramatics. While Nao has enjoyed chatting with us humans since its maker
If GetGlue doesn't satiate your social TV-watching appetite, ConnecTV thinks it's latest app will -- particularly if you like Vine. ConnecTV's just launched the third iteration of its iOS application,
California is technology's spiritual home in the US, where Teslas roam free, and Google Glass is already a social norm. Well, unless you're a member of the San Diego law enforcement that is -- as one driver
Shoto app lets you automatically share smartphone photos with friends A new app is launching in the UK today that uses a combination of location and phonebook details to automatically create albums of
Twitter timeline includes images and videos in its feed with more interactive buttons Twitter has updated its timelines by including previews of photos and videos from Vine. The move makes the Twitter
The man responsible for shepherding the original IBM PC to life in a single year, William C. Lowe, has died at 72. After he convinced then-CEO Frank Cary that such a machine couldn't be built quickly the
You don't think about it while flipping through your Instagram feed, but your social escapades generate a lot of heat. "We now have to decide if we want to position data centers near the arctic circle
Comcast subscribers who want to watch TV on mobile devices won't have to stay at home in the future. The cable provider has confirmed to The Verge that it will soon offer live TV viewing from anywhere
Amazon's Matchbook service, which offers e-book versions of hard copies of books like Amazon's Autorip offers digital versions of physical music, is now live. The service supports over 70,000 books at
Putting aside the small matter of launching a new Nexus smartphone and Android OS, Google also plans to unveil new Google+ features and improvements. Sources aware of Google's plans tell us that today's
Mozilla Location Service uses crowdsourcing to collect data about geolocation lookups and already provides coverage of select locations Mozilla Firefox is attempting to provide geolocation lookups to mobile
There are fitness wearables that track steps, gauge your quality of sleep and monitor your stress, but few combine all three. As for keeping track of what you eat, most people still resort to old-fashioned
A Robocoin ATM that trades hard cash for digital bitcoins launches in Canada The world's first bitcoin ATM will go live in Vancouver, Canada on Tuesday. Built by company Robocoin, the ATM will trade the
Pinterest may be all about pictures (and some ads), but a deal sealed today with Getty Images will provide users with some very important words as well: photo metadata. Why should you care? It means that
A charity has launched a mobile phone app to help teenagers refuse requests for explicit images of themselves. The free app from Childline offers users a choice of what the charity says are "witty responses"
YouTube is reportedly planning to launch a premium on-demand music service, aimed at mobile users. Like Spotify, the service will give users the option of watching music videos for free with ads, or paying
The BBC reports its iPlayer apps for Android and iOS have crossed a new milestone, with 20 million downloads total since launching back in 2011. Of course, that number might be a little inflated by certain
Photo-sharing has a new contender for your eyeballs. Meet Dubble: an app for iOS 7 made by a U.K. startup that lets you spice up your selfies by randomly pairing them with a photo taken by someone else.
There’s big money in football (or “soccer” as some TC readers like to say). And so it follows that there’s money to be made in corresponding apps that let fans engross themselves with the beautiful game.