The feds mandate fidelity between carriers and users: New rule under DMCA outlaws unlocking new handsets without carrier permission.
When my iPhone's battery hits the 20% mark, I drop everything and look for the closest outlet available.
Today's leading-edge technology is headed straight for tomorrow's junk pile, but that doesn't make it any less awesome. Everyone loves the latest and greatest.
PWDR is an open source, inkjet-based 3-D printer that has the potential to bring a Wizard of Oz-like range of color to the previously black and white world of additive fabrication.
The device, which tests for terahertz radiation, is small enough to be placed in a police vehicle or stationed at a street corner where gunplay is common
Eighteen months after taking over from Steve Jobs, Cook is facing rising production costs, competition from Samsung Electronics Co. and slowing growth in smartphones, threatening profits for the world’s most valuable company.
2013 will be an exciting year in the world of gadgets — new game consoles are launching, gadgets to automate homes and improve health are popping up regularly, and this could finally be the year the mythical Apple TV ships.
A pill can monitor firefighters' vital signs on the job.
Today, one of our "normal" colleagues approached us about a new app all of her college-age friends and roommates use. It's called Tinder.
I’d love to have this curved OLED TV from Samsung in my living room. No, I haven’t reversed myself. Samsung says this TV “won’t be available to the American market in the near future.”
A Texas high school banned a second-year student from classes after she refused to wear an ID badge containing an RFID chip.
3Dlt, a 3-D printer template marketplace, has launched a firearm-safety design challenge.
When Samsung presented its new lineup of gear a CES 2013, it showed off a smart refrigerator with a built-in tablet that ran apps like Epicurious and Evernote. And oh, how we laughed. Evernote in a refrigerator? That’s preposterous!
Filabot promises to help turn your plastic crap into 3-D printed fanciness, alleviating one of the biggest sustainability problems for 3-D printing.
With more than 700,000 available apps, the Google Play store for Android has quickly risen to match Apple's iPhone app selection.
Go anywhere Google Street View goes.
Cody Wilson (Defense Distributed, home of the 3D Printable Gun) now offers Printable 30-Round AR Magazines Available for Download NOW NOW NOW...
The world is hurtling towards singularity between man and computer.
It's not going to replace your home outlet, but for campers or anyone who wants to venture a little bit off the grid, the Nectar fuel cell looks like a solid option.
We're getting close to the end of this year's Consumer Electronics Show, which wraps up Friday afternoon.
New technology could let the screens on future devices wrap around corners, act like paper, and sense touch on the rear as well as the front.
A lightweight wearable display that tethers to a phone got its first public outing this week in Las Vegas.
A super weird, rubbery non-Newtonian fluid that could be the next great material to protect your gadgets.
Brian White of Topeka Capital Markets reports that a fifth-generation iPad and second-generation iPad Mini will arrive to consumers in March.
The Kickstarter-funded Oculus Rift reminds us that virtual reality can be truly mind-blowing.
The Internet isn’t robust enough for the ongoing explosion of connected devices. Now labs around the country are scrambling for solutions.
The CES train rolls on: robots dancing to pop tunes, rows of people reclining in full-body massage chairs, businessmen pedaling high-end bicycles mounted on display stands, and conference-goers dressed in everything from animal print outfits to Iron
Freemium Internet service provider FreedomPop is facing delays in shipping its WiMAX-capable iPhone Sleeve because of the FCC.
Swype’s Living Language feature adds slang to its auto-complete dictionary by watching what users type
Fans of 3-D printers and digital design tools argue that these technologies will transform the way we make goods. But can the “maker” movement really produce more than iPhone covers and jewelry?