Microsoft’s latest Surface tablet may not look all that different from its last Surface tablet, but it’s a whole lot harder to repair.
stories by Ricardo Bilton
This might not surprise you, but one day, that first 3D printer you buy could be made by HP.
Apple is winning, and it really wants its competition to know it.
It’s Apple Christmas yet again today as the company unveiled new iPads, a new Mac Pro, even refreshed MacBook Pros at a press briefing in San Francisco.
“Free is good.”
eBay is trying its hardest to make sure that it, not Amazon, leads the future of same-day delivery.
Smartglasses might be the first hardware category in a long time that Microsoft isn’t arriving late to.
Google just spent $23.1 million to make sure future low-end Android phones run just as well as high-end ones.
Distributed denial of service attacks are, in their own special way, a violent form of digital censorship. And Google wants to protect the world’s websites from them.
You may never experience an Australian brush fire firsthand, but the video above gives you a good idea of what it’s like.
You probably already know this, but Facebook is down.
Last week, Microsoft made a mistake, and today it’s making up for it. Sort of.
Guest Post Matt Witheiler is principal at Flybridge Capital Partners
The human waiter is the thing of the past — at least at one Japanese restaurant.
Twitter #Music, the app you didn’t know existed, could soon be on its way out.
Windows 8.1 may be exactly what Windows 8 should have been, but that doesn’t mean it’s entirely stable.
Voxeljet is probably the only 3D printing company that has the approval of both investors and James Bond.
Google’s solid earnings yesterday are helping it reach a new, exclusive, stock milestone.
While wireless charging has been around for a while now, it has yet to take off in any major way. Sony, however, might just change that.
The Moto X may be a great phone, but it’s not helping Motorola turn a profit.
At Google, the keyword is inching towards its inevitable, overdue demise.
A new version of Windows and Ubuntu on the same day? This must be geek Christmas.
Verizon is giving customers one more reason to never step foot into its stores.
Apple’s colorful, plastic iPhone 5C has a big problem: So far, not so many people want it.
If data is currency, today’s tech companies getting rich off our every online move.
All those wearable devices hitting the market are going to make a lot of people flithy rich.
Nike announced its latest FuelBand in a way that only Nike can — with dance music, Olympic athletes, and even Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley.
Guest Post These five NYC startups are successfully challenging the way the real estate business is done.
Foursquare is trying to silence its critics in the most effective way possible: by generating real revenue.
There was a brief moment when we were excited about the future of curved smarphones. But LG and Samsung are swiftly killing that interest.
Editor's Pick Facebook and Twitter may dominate discussions about mobile native ads, but Airpush says it’s about to steal some of their thunder.
The next time you consider interacting with a brand on Google+, you might want to think twice.
It’s been a big week for the Chromebook, first with the HP Chromebook 11, and now with the Acer C720
Aereo isn’t letting a little thing like getting sued by everyone get in the way of its product roadmap.
Dropcam has come a long way from selling someone else’s hardware.
When the publisher of one of the world’s largest independent political blog networks calls your company a scam, you tend to pay attention.
Apple’s latest iPhones may be selling well, but that’s not because they’re particularly innovative.
Can big data predict heart disease before today’s doctors can? IBM thinks so.
Absent from many of the larger, often effusive, articles about the new Nest Protect smoke detector is the answer to what I think is a pretty big question: What happens when you have to replace the thing?
Google Hangouts may soon get the one feature it always seemed designed to have: SMS support.