Diego Corredor wanted to play guitar but lost his right hand at birth. While he could use a prosthesis to grab a glass of water or pick up objects, he wasn’t able to hold a pick and strum the strings.
And it's not just doodads CES was chock-full of 3-D printers—some big, some small, some for food, and some for prototyping outdoor gear. More exciting to the casual passer-by, the booths were chock-full
Developers are cashing in on iOS to the tune of $10 billion in revenue last year alone, said Apple in a press release on Thursday. The company said billings to developers rose 50 percent in 2014. Apple
Tech pundits proclaim Apple the winner of the event even though Apple doesn't have an official presence there. Many of these writers don't even go to the conference. I even joked with an Apple source few
DJI is perhaps best known for its drones. The company also makes some pretty sweet photography gear. Often, these two skill sets meet in perfect harmony -- like the 4K camera-toting Inspire 1 video drone.
For some people, shopping is entertainment. For others, it’s something to get through without visible or psychic damage. Those emotions, either way, are likely to be heightened with the debut of MemoMi’s
Photo courtesy of Nissan It’s turning out to be a stellar year for the future of autonomous driving as NASA’s Ames Research Center and Nissan North America announced they’re teaming up to develop their
Meet the Mad Catz L.Y.N.X. 9, a $300 game controller for smartphones and tablets that almost no one should want to hold, let alone own. Every year in January, a colossus stoops over Las Vegas, squats,
According to a year-end report put out by the now Yahoo-owned mobile analytics firm Flurry, mobile app usage continued to see significant growth over the past year, with overall app usage up by 76% in
Mophie finally announced that it's expanding its popular line of Juice Pack battery packs for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. (And it's a wonder it took this long since the company makes some of the most popular
The night before his ill-fated rocket test, Elon Musk took to Reddit for an AMA ("Ask Me Anything"), the site's favorite group interview format, and the results were fascinating. There were plenty of questions
For years, the Gates Foundation has been looking for a machine that could make contaminated water safe to drink. More than 2.5 billion people on earth have no reliable access to clean drinking water, the
Android gaming has been steadily getting better. Before, we had simple puzzle games and we could invite our Facebook contacts to be our friends in games. Multiplayer games used to mean just leaderboards.
Editor’s note: Adam Evans is the co-founder and CTO of RelateIQ. When it comes to the task of finding and nurturing great engineering managers, misunderstandings at startups are all too common. It seems
Editor’s note: Joe Mathewson cofounded learning platform Firefly when he was 14. These are heady days for education technology. In fact, with big investments in outfits like Everspring and Udemy, I’d 2014
Microsoft has opened up the amount of computing power developers can access in the Xbox One, according to an analysis of the console's software development kit by Eurogamer's Digital Foundry. The SDK made
Just as Flappy Bird signalled the lopsided nature of the software market during the early months of 2014, its arrival on your Android Wear powered smartwatch points to the strengths of Google’s approach
Samsung has weird ideas about sex Samsung is pulling absolutely no punches in hyping up its CES product lineup this year, but this is a level of bravado that exceeds even the typically wild levels the
A phone that's actually meant to bend CES 2015 is about to begin, and of all the companies hawking their future wares, it seems like LG is the one most likely to try to make a big splash. So big, in fact,
Currently missing: A volunteer to get snacks and drinks for the new club's 55,000-plus members. Mark Zuckerberg is trying to read a book every other week — and tens of thousands of his not-so-closest are