And by "holograms," they mean "augmented reality"
When Google chief financial officer Patrick Pichette said the tech giant might bring 10 gigabits per second internet connections to American homes, it seemed like science fiction.
The fate of Google Inc.'s self-driving car rests in the hands of Livonia-based Roush Industries Inc. and other local suppliers.
Peerio, an "encrypted productivity suite" meant to help individual users and businesses encrypt everything from IMs to online file storage. The software, initially launching as a Windows and Mac app as well as a Chrome plugin but coming to mobile
Called KeySweeper, the stealthy Arduino-based device can sniff, decrypt, log, and report back all keystrokes -- saving them both locally and online.
Not so long ago, the idea of a universal language translation device making the jump from science fiction to reality seemed preposterous.
Next time your check-engine light comes on, your first call may not be to your mechanic, but to Verizon.
Nest created a whole class of copycat smart thermostats. But the vents that actually crank out all that finely tuned air still remain largely in the shadows.
New research has found that computers can "judge" personality traits far more precisely than previously thought. The study found that it is possible for computers to draw inferences about a person as accurately as their spouse can. Even then, the jud
The Redmond giant isn't exactly chipper after Google disclosed a Windows bug just two days before Microsoft planned to issue a fix.
The first Bitcoin enabled, micro-payment video streaming platform. Monetize your videos--earn bitcoin.
The leap second is the rare and obscure practice of occasionally adding a second to the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) system that most of us use to set our watches.
CES 2015 is far from over as Day 3 rambles on in Las Vegas. We're still on fire, if a little threadbare, posting news and hands on reviews straight from the show floor.
The crowds have hit the ground running at CES in search of the novel and interesting technology that wasn't covered on Press Day. Here's everything you need to know from Day 1.
The tech fest to end all tech fests is here
Ernest Hancock is in Las Vegas, NV at the Annual Consumer Electronics Show 2015, scouting out the latest technogadgets and technology. Check out photos from the event that will be posted and updated through-out the day...
Ur/Web is a new approach to coding for the web set out in a white paper being presented by MIT researcher Adam Chlipala.
Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system will debut with an entirely new web browser code-named Spartan, according to a report citing anonymous sources.
Factom is a system for securing millions of realtime records in the blockchain with a single hash. Factom is a simple extension of the Bitcoin blockchain that lets you build faster, cost effective applications
A group of 45 Philadelphia taxi companies filed suit in federal court Tuesday alleging that Uber, the app-based taxi enterprise, is waging unfair competition against medallion owners who must operate under state laws and regulations.
Ghostery is a browser plugin that identifies trackers running in your browser from websites you visit.
Google on Monday announced that the first completed prototype of its self-driving car is ready to be road tested.
If there is a breakdown in the normal manufacturing system because of TEOTWAWKI, the usual supply of parts may be unavailable to replace the broken pieces of our machines. However, 3d printing might provide a solution by allowing us to make whatever
The humble smartphone could throw a spanner in the works of the car sector's post-crisis turnaround, with the big manufacturers facing a long-term threat from apps that make it easier and cheaper to share or hire vehicles than to buy them.
Very soon now, a select group of Skype beta testers will have a new Microsoft technology that seems borrowed from the world of Star Trek.
Is there anything that's worse than having a child who might be suffering from an ear infection? (Other, of course, than being said child.)
Stanford engineers have pioneered a new design for a scalable 3D computer chip that tightly interconnects logic and memory, with the effect of minimizing data bottlenecks and saving on energy usage.
Visitors to Amsterdam at the moment better have nerves of steel. A ghost ship has been spotted moored on one of the city's famous canals.
French programmer Fabrice Bellard has come up with a graphics file format he believes can "replace the JPEG image format."
For more than a decade, a powerful app called Metasploit has been the most important tool in the hacking world: