The second in a series. We’ve already written about why 2014 is really, finally the year that the “internet of things”—that effort to remotely control every object on earth—becomes visible in our everyday
Google Search is changing rapidly. Given the company’s love of small, rapid-fire updates, its sometimes hard to keep track of where the company is going, but earlier this month, at the LeWeb conference
It’s November, and that means that next-gen consoles are finally on their way. Both consoles have their strengths and weaknesses, and both consoles are going to appeal to different kinds of gamers. In
In 2011, Google introduced Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich," which took some of the design direction it had begun on tablets and moved it to phones. In the intervening two years, we've only seen "point"
There’s a small arms race going on between Xbox One and PS4 in fostering indie games development, which means that both gamers and developers are unequivocally winning. Microsoft just announced that the
Microsoft showed off the Xbox One's swappable voice-activated features in a new teaser video. It's getting down to the wire for Sony and Microsoft as the two tech companies make the final preparations
Content management platform Cloud Cannon is unveiling a new freemium pricing structure in its pursuit to become “the go-to platform” for simple website creation. The company hopes that that this will designers
Microsoft said it improved Kinect on the Xbox One, and now a leaked setup manual indicates how little space it requires to operate. The PDF NeoGAF spotted notes that a minimum 1.4 meters (just over 4.5-feet)
The ultimate dual sport. Portland Ducati dealer MotoCorsa has officially earned a spot on my list of personal heroes. Behold the crew's latest creation: the Ducati 1199 Panigale TerraCorsa. If you think
Jamaican athletes such as Usain Bolt could face exclusion from the Olympics after the world anti-doping chief John Fahey warned the nation's drug testers they must prove quickly they are meeting international
Microsoft is altering its Surface RT name to just Surface today. After dropping the RT moniker for its Surface 2 tablet, the software maker is removing the RT branding on the Surface entirely. New product
Google has quietly rolled out a new design for Gmail’s main log-in page on the Web. Chances are, you may not have noticed this given that, well, you probably remain logged-in to Gmail for the most part.
Google has started testing a new “Sign in to Chrome” prompt that shows up when users of the company’s browser sign into Gmail. Google has confirmed this is a test, but wouldn’t go into any details. A spokesperson
SF72 website touted as "San Francisco's hub for emergency preparedness" The city of San Francisco this week launched a social network designed to help citizens prepare for, and respond to, natural disasters.
Twitter direct messages, or DMs, are broken. But the soon-to-IPO network of the now just might fix that with a new dedicated messaging app, a la Facebook Messenger. The person-to-person private messaging
"We are not just making games. We are making memories that are treasured for whole lifetimes." Jenova Chen, thatgamecompany co-founder and creator of Journey was at the Gaming Insiders conference in San
Feedback from the Battlefield 4 beta will provide the final version of the upcoming first-person shooter with numerous tweaks, balance chances, and performance improvements, developer DICE has said. In
Pinterest Appeals To Publishers With New Article Pins, Pushes To Become A Bookmarking & “Read It Later” Service
Only days after announcing the launch of ads, social networking site Pinterest is now making an appeal to publishers. The company is today rolling out an updated “article” pin type, which is designed expand
Quartz begins a series today profiling companies around the world experiencing explosive growth. Lei Jun walks on to the stage like a young Steve Jobs. It’s September in Beijing and the founder of one
NEW YORK, Oct 17 (Reuters) - Millennials are tech-savvy young adults who grew up with smartphones and iPads, but many think technology makes people less human, according to a poll released on Thursday.
Oyster, a startup offering all-you-can-read ebook subscriptions, launched earlier this month as an invite-only service — but it's now available for all iPad and iPhone users, GigaOm reports. For $9.95
IBM Revenues Down $1 Billion For Third Quarter As Hardware Sales Falter With Popularity Of The Cloud
IBM has reported its third-quarter revenues were $23.72 billion compared to $24.74 billion this time last year. The revenues were down due to the company’s underperforming hardware division, which is a