Dude, where's my processor for collecting background sensor data?
Because the fact that unlocking your cell phone is a crime is anti-competitive—and just plain stupid.
Google's Bump buy could mean seamless cross-device sharing is coming to iPhones, laptops, and other hardware that doesn't support NFC.
And even better, it doesn't look terrible.
A startup called Oyster wants to become your “Netflix for e-books.”
We've already seen 3D printers, so why not 3D scanners as well? MakerBot's new $1400 Digitizer lets you scan 3D objects, converting them into digital models you can manipulate and then print on your 3D printer.
Powered by LinkedIn's 200 million users, the new service returns a treasure trove of data on colleges, so you can see where alumni live and work, among other data.
Android tablets are making strides, but they still lag behind the iPad in at least one key area, market research firm Canalys says -- the availability of optimized apps for tablets.
The new mobile-first collaborative productivity app has landed with a splash (and a lot of buzzwords), but Quip promises exceed the initial reality.
This $35 dongle from Google will connect to your HDTV via HDMI and stream video from the Web to the TV at your instruction.
The $79 gesture input device isn't quite done cooking yet. Perhaps, when they throw in some best-practices for app developers, it still might get there.
Dish Network moves beyond its traditional channel guide to app-based program selection via its Hopper DVR.
More brick-and-mortar retailers are tracking shoppers who come into their stores by using Wi-Fi signals to figure out how long shoppers stay, where they look, and whether they wind up at a cash register.
Eidos attempted to stymie pirates of its new Deus Ex: The Fall by disabling the game's weapons on jailbroken devices--but clever hackers have already figured out a way around it.
Former Disney chief Michael Eisner has warned that Hulu being up for sale could mean the demise of shows streaming online the day after they air.