And do other neat tricks. Smart lighting that's as easy as screwing in a bulb.
Google debuted a new ad for its Nexus 4 smartphone during the Grammys last night. It focused almost exclusively on Google Now, a voice assistant for Android devices that's similar to Siri.
The iPhone 5 is barely 5 months old, but that doesn't mean Apple is resting on it's laurels.
The struggles of personal computer giants like Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and Intel to adapt to a world driven by smartphones and tablets can be viewed clearly through slumping sales and falling share prices
Apple is working on an iWatch, Nick Bilton at the New York Times reports.
Within a day of launch, Microsoft's new Surface Pro tablet has sold out at most retail locations.
Why pay hundreds of dollars for EKGs, ultrasounds, blood tests, heart monitoring and other things when there's an app for that? What if your phone could tell you were about to have a heart attack?
Think of how much you love your smartphone. Now think of how much you love your pet. What if the two were the same?
Microsoft's Surface Pro tablet is going on sale this Saturday, and the reviews are already in.
If drones are here to stay,...is it all bad? Here's the case for it eventually turning in our favor.
It's not a tablet, despite its looks. But it is a gorgeous, impressively powerful, and very very small Windows 8 laptop--one of the best on the market.
For the first time, a sailor or Marine on board a ship out to sea can actually use his or her cellphone for something other than setting a wake-up alarm
An email update to Pebble's Kickstarter backers reveals some production details on how the devices are assembled.
Brazil's copyright regulator will strip Apple Inc of the right to use its iPhone trademark in Latin America's biggest market and granted the trademark to a local company that registered it first, a source familiar with the decision said on Tuesday.
Twitter's new video-sharing app Vine has changed its age rating to 17+, following an outbreak of porn. TNW first noticed the change.
Before smartphones and iPads, before the internet or the personal computer, a misfit group of technophiles, blind teenagers, hippies, and outlaws figured out how to hack the world’s largest machine: the telephone system.
There are almost 7 billion people on the planet, only 1 billion or so of whom have a smartphone. That means 6 billion people do not have one.
British troops in Afghanistan are flying a drone that’s shrunk down to its essentials: a micro-machine that spies, built for a solitary user.
It’s simple, but lovely. Web designer Franck Ernewein‘s real-time Twitter visualization, Tweetping, drops a bright pixel at the location of every tweet in the world, starting as soon as you open the page.
There are two reasons the smartphone could cease to be the dominant way people access the Internet and connect to each other.
The European Space Agency wants to 3-D print a moon base.
Envisioning an e-ink keyboard that changes with your whims.
PressureNet shows the potential of distributed sensing with mobile devices.
Channel your inner Katniss Everdeen, Hawkeye, or Brady Ellison with an ingenious archery-based iOS accessory called the Bowblade, which we found at Macworld.
You're starving but the cafe won't take cards and you've got no cash. Not only that, there isn't an ATM in sight. That sandwich might have to wait...
Apple Inc's shareholders have been hit by one of the bloodiest weeks in the history of the stock, but wider fallout from such weakness might be more important to the long-term value of their investments.
Research In Motion Ltd's glitzy unveiling of the long-delayed line of BlackBerry smartphones on Wednesday and a new corporate name failed to impress Wall Street analysts, with at least three downgrading the company's stock.
Research In Motion (RIM) is all set to introduce its innovative line of smartphones this week starting with Blackberry 10 on Wednesday. Analysts say this is RIM's last chance to stay in the game.
Everyone marveled when the iPhone 4S came equipped with a full high definition video camera.
The ongoing race to build the cheapest, most versatile 3D printer continues with the impending launch of the DeltaMaker.