The first line to a recent story on Buzzfeed is enough to make anyone break out a tinfoil hat ... or at the very least buy a new App designed by Navy SEALs.
Gesture control, devices that recognize different people, and tricks to make a screen feel as if it has physical buttons could be coming to your gadgets.
Apple's brand is an outgrowth of its product design—and both are the envy of every other company on the planet.
A tribute to Steve Jobs and the legacy he has left the world.
Shimon Schocken and Noam Nisan developed a curriculum for their students to build a computer, piece by piece.
Central online identity scheme 'will be a target for criminals'
Trying to match Google's immense index of the Web would be very costly—but Facebook could instead build search on top of the data we've already given it.
The fellas at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are calling it, "The Malware that will steal your life," and their doomsaying is not unfounded.
Phone users can sign up to have incoming messages automatically translated from one language to another. Real-time voice translation could follow.
Intel’s chief executive officer Paul Otellini has some harsh words for one of the company’s closest partners. Otellini told employees that Microsoft is planning to release its Windows 8 operating system before it is fully ready.
Recent posts grouped by title word occurrence. Most common words on top, rarest on bottom.
Apparently it's only the huge smiles they're worried about, otherwise known as an "I just won the lottery" smile, according to the Jersey Department of Motor Vehicles.
Nuance is working with chipmakers on technology that would enable "persistent listening" apps.
YOUR correspondent was shocked to learn that 34 percent of his Facebook friends are married. Still in his 20s, he does not want to contemplate settling down quite yet.
Thomas DiLorenzo (Sr Fellow at Mises Institute and Austrian Economics Professor) shares information on his new book - Nick Barnett discusses email anonymity - Charles Goyette provides an update on the market
While routinely touting the necessity for tighter controls over the Internet in the name of cybersecurity, the U.S. government has again been caught creating computer viruses to wage cyber warfare in the Middle East.
Rob Legato creates movie effects so good they (sometimes) trump the real thing. In this warm and funny talk, he shares his vision for enhancing reality on-screen in movies like Apollo 13, Titanic and Hugo.
For online fashion retailers, displaying an ever-changing selection of clothing can pose a major logistical and financial challenge.
"Steve gives a rousing pep talk to his employees shortly before the launch of NeXT Computer, while also indulging in a short rant about revenge on Apple and John Sculley."
Kickstarter has been growing — OK, skyrocketing — since its start in 2009, raising nearly $300 million and launching 70,000 projects.
Same-day delivery is the next most important problem for technology to solve.
On mobile devices alone, you have close to hundreds of thousands of apps to choose from.
The human brain is not immune to hackers.
A team of Swedish researchers is asking Kinect users to use their Kinects as a 3-D scanner to take pictures of various objects for a project known as Kinect@Home.
If you’re anything other than a mid-sized adult male or a small, lightweight adult woman, beware. Your senior citizen ribs, massive toddler head, or full-gear, military uniformed body has never been crash tested.
Can a $35 computer persuade kids to put down their smartphones and try their hands at programming?
Back in February my son lost control of his car and landed in the hospital. Fortunately he has recovered from his injuries.
It seemed like a simple enough idea for an iPhone app: Send users a pop-up notice whenever a flying robots kills someone in one of America’s many undeclared wars.
Robo-Grading Programs Judge Student Essays Better Than Humans Do
Siri is helpful when you want to schedule a reminder or look at the forecast, but wouldn’t it be better to have a bona fide Jeopardy! champ in your pocket?