The Xbox One that you snag on November 22nd (or thereafter) does some pretty neat stuff besides just playing video games: live TV, NFL fantasy league and voice commands for everything. But that's all stuff.
While Karma had a good idea when it launched its shareable hotspot service last year, it had to rely on Clearwire's WiMAX data -- not what we'd share with others when the technology is on its way out.
According to new figures from comScore, 40.6 percent of US smartphone subscribers are using iPhones. In the three month period that concluded September 30th, Apple's share grew by 0.7 percentage points
If you think that Apple would be fine with a third-party website that lets customers find its products more easily, then you don't know Apple. Apple-Tracker.com, an unofficial website that helped prospective
The whole idea of apps that connect people online to hang out offline is pretty played out at this point, but some startups are still kicking that dead horse. Catalyst launched its social, local, mobile
Hundreds of people have taken to Twitter and the Apple forums to share their complaints. The general consensus seems to be that people often find themselves needing to rescan their finger because Touch
See also: Me, My Selfie and I Between social networking, professional networking, Internet dating profiles and other online memberships, our need for profile photos isn’t going anywhere. On the contrary,
Jessamyn West First they came for the librarians. Soon after the passing of the US Patriot Act in 2001, FBI agents bearing national security letters began visiting librarians. These letters compel recipients
The dramatic overhaul of Google Maps on the desktop saw the world lose a good friend. That friend: Pegman. The tiny yellow avatar that you could drop almost anywhere to get instant access to Street View
One thing Twitter has that other social networks don't: Users who talk about the world in real time. In practice, this largely means one thing. Millions of people use Twitter while they're watching TV.
Finnish test and measurement automation company OptoFidelity has gotten a lot of attention for their new one finger robot with a study headlined as “OptoFidelity TPPT tester proved significant fails in
The black 16GB Nexus 5 sold out online minutes after it was announced by Google - but is now back with delayed shipping Google's black 16GB Nexus 5 sold out online on Google Play soon after its launch,
Didn't think anything could be more dangerous than texting while driving? Now people are filming and taking pictures of themselves on Instagram while they're driving. And not just a few people: There over
A group of tech giants known as the Rockstar Consortium is suing Google, Samsung, HTC and others over alleged mobile phone patent infringements. Rockstar, jointly owned by Apple, Microsoft, Blackberry,
Yesterday, JD Power released its newest tablet satisfaction study and the Internet went a bit nuts. For the first time, Samsung had edged out perennial favorite Apple in customer satisfaction on tablets.
I posted about the highlights of the full tech specs for the iPad Air a couple of days back. There are some very impressive specs – none more so than the powerful new 64-bit A7 chip. I also mentioned that
You may think of your iPhone as a friendly personal assistant. But once it’s alone in a room full of law enforcement officials, you might be surprised at the revealing things it will say about you. On
This is a guest post by Jon Wheatley of Need/Want that originally appeared on the company’s blog. Need/Want makes innovative products that solve problems like SmartBedding and Draft Notebooks. In 2012
Americans are spending more time on their digital devices, and that won't change for years, according to a new study. The USC report released Wednesday shows that Americans consume "an enormous amount"
Curved phones aside, design experts see a bright future for flexible displays Currently, smartphones almost universally follow a single form: a rectangular slab with a flat, equally rectangular display.
Apple has just revealed in a filing with the SEC that the company will spend $10.5 billion on stuff—also known as “capital expenditures”—in 2014. For Apple, that stuff includes “manufacturing process corporate
If you switched from an iPhone to an Android-powered smartphone because you felt a 4-inch display was just too small, then Apple may give you a reason to switch back next year. Several industry experts