You've just had a brilliant idea for a new product or invention. The first thing you should do is get a patent, right? Well, maybe not. First of all, patents are expensive, will require a lot of your and
The chat tool, often described as an email-killer, has over three million users. Co-founder Cal Henderson reveals the best lessons from Silicon Valley Mistake is strong; more like a happy accident. We
This year at CES we got to see wacky ideas about the Internet of Things, like Samsung's new refrigerator with a gigantic touchscreen, so there's a lot to be desired in the wild new era of smart-objects.
Fiber-optic lines reinforced with Kevlar-like material Google has been forced to protect its undersea data cables with a Kevlar-like coating in order to defend them against shark attacks. Dan Belcher,
The IronMan One GPS+ also promises to keep you from being eaten by bears So far, smartwatches have existed fundamentally as extensions of your phone — their primary value is in alleviating the need to
The annual San Diego Comic-Con, mecca of all things pop culture, began on Wednesday night and runs through Sunday, July 27. The massive convention -- known for giving fans a first look at the latest "geek-friendly"
When most people think of Marcel Duchamp, it's his art that comes to mind. Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2 from 1912, for example -- one of the early examples of cubism -- or 1917's Fountain, a cheeky
If you're living in the US, you may already have heard the news that the LG G Watch is set to arrive on July 11, with pre-orders starting today. But if you're living elsewhere, such as Canada, France,
General Harmonics is a small startup from Canada that’s looking to revolutionize the way we stream media. And rather than risk sounding like I’m writing some kind of self-parody, I’ll be blunt about it:
Apple has patented a method for building devices with all-glass outer casings (via AppleInsider), by fusing pieces together for a completely seamless final look. The all-glass device casings could be to
The Android community just got a big (if brief) scare. In the space of a few days, Qualcomm has both made and retracted a Digital Millennium Copyright Act request that took down 116 code repositories of