That means that Googlers will often test new gadgets or software pre-launch to work out bugs, validate their worth, and give feedback and suggestions on their capabilities. Ideally, the dogfooding process
Who wants a 3D printer for just candy when you can have one that prints a five-course dinner instead? That's the idea behind Foodini, a new 3D printer that takes fresh ingredients and turns them into culinary
[Photograph: Josh Bousel] Early today we had a mini-argument in the office when Niki posed the question: should sriracha be capitalized? Is it Sriracha, or sriracha? Jamie's immediate reaction was "capitalize
On this quiet Monday, Samsung decided to do a little teaser for its upcoming "Premiere 2013" roadshow event in London on June 20th. The above poster only mentions "Galaxy & ATIV," which suggest the event
In wood, steel, and brick. Salvaged wood, raw steel, and glazed brick give a St. Helena, California, kitchen a sturdy, industrial look. Tour this kitchen designed by Dan Doyle for design ideas. For more
When man cooked his first steak, it must have been a beautiful thing. One can understand the mechanical importance of The Wheel, or the powerful nature of The Spear, but when man touched meat to flame,
Watch out, Google. Even with a headstart in developing wearable computing devices through Glass, there are two major competitors possibly on the horizon, waiting for the right opportunity to pounce. Reports
Two Samsung Android devices that are yet to become official have been spotted, one on Samsung’s own website, with a picture of another appearing on a Twitter account well-known for mobile-related leaks.
"He and I, in a sense, grew up together," Gates said. "We were within a year of the same age, and we were kind of naively optimistic and built big companies. And every fantasy we had about creating products
Google is reportedly going to unveil the new Gmail user interface on Wednesday, with the new UI expected to include some of the features seen in previous reports. Earlier this week we found out that potential
Samsung is ramping up its patent efforts in the US after the company announced this week it had invested $25 million to form Intellectual Keystone Technology (IKT), a wholly-owned Washington DC-based firm.