Facebook has announced it's twisting the knobs that control what content you see in your News Feed to favor more content from your close friends. In a post titled "News Feed FYI: Balancing Content from
Today marks one month since Nadia Savchenko, the Ukrainian military pilot held in Russia, began her hunger strike. Savchenko claims she was illegally transferred to Russia in July after being captured
Naturally, it runs Android Microsoft’s Surface tablet has inspired a few clones during its short history, but the latest rip off comes from three ex-Google engineers. Jeremy Zhou, David Ko, and Ben Luk
It was midafternoon Thursday when Mayor Eric Garcetti got the call. The news wasn't good. U.S. Olympic Committee executives wanted the mayor to know they had chosen Boston — not Los Angeles — as the American
The House of Representatives has overwhelmingly passed a bill authorizing the Keystone XL pipeline to bring tar sands oil from Canada to the US, despite a renewed pledge by the White House to veto the
From battery-swapping scooters and people-sensing drones to action cams, virtual reality headsets and smart beds for kids In many ways, this year’s CES technology show in Las Vegas is business as usual.
We noted a couple of days ago that you didn’t have to look far at CES to find the Apple Watch knock-offs, but for those desperate enough to pretend they have one some two months before it’s even launched,
While the company’s noise reduction and surround sound technologies have become mainstays, Dolby entered a new era in 2012. That’s when it announced Dolby Atmos, a total rethink of the way movie sound
At its keynote this year, Intel showed off drones that could fly themselves through a forest, navigating around trees. Onstage, they reacted to people who moved towards them, dodging to avoid a collision.
"Watch this metaphor, it's a little sophisticated." Last year at CES, we talked to 50 Cent at length about SMS Audio, the company he founded in 2011. So for this year, we decided to keep the interview