Foursquare is trying to silence its critics in the most effective way possible: by generating real revenue.
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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.
Google is calling its new Chromebook 11 the “Chromebook for everyone,” and it may just be right.
UltraHaptics is creating a new way to touch and feel devices — by removing touch from the equation entirely.
In 2005, a shark attack cost Craig Hutto his leg. Years later, prosthetics research is giving him a new one.
Kid-friendly smartwatch Filip finally has its carrier partner — AT&T.
You probably don’t know much about Drawbridge, but chances are it knows a lot about you.
Are curved, flexible smartphones the next frontier in smartphone innovation? LG and Samsung really want to make it so.
Since 2010, General Assembly (GA) has counted itself as one of the many companies in New York City offering startups a place to learn, work, and connect.
Robot maker Boston Dynamics is no stranger to odd, vaguely unsettling robots, but its latest creation might be the most terrifying one yet.
The future of robots is modular, self-assembling, and kind of scary.
OSX Mavericks is one step closer to hitting your Mac.
As Fab makes the journey toward profitability, it’s doing so without a big chunk of its employees.
When Narrative launched its life-logging camera on Kickstarter last year, the company raised $550,000 in 38 days. Now, it’s getting another big boost in funding — this time from institutional investors.
Yahoo’s days of rewarding security researchers with T-shirts may soon be over.
While Google Glass has captured the minds and imaginations of many in the tech world, most of us still aren’t sure what we’d use it for.
Editor’s Pick Hummingbird shows that the Google of the future will be mobile-focused and question-oriented.
Fitbit’s fitness trackers could soon take a big step forward.
Augmented reality could soon make language barriers a thing of the past.
While companies like Facebook are dishing out hundreds of dollars to researchers to spot security vulnerabilities, Yahoo, it seems is a bit less generous.
New York City may still lag behind Silicon Valley in tech, but this may not be the case for long.
In the tablet wars, even the airlines are picking sides.
Power management company Varentec has raised another $8 million — with a little help from Bill Gates.
I for one welcome our new branding overlords.
Say what you will about Steve Ballmer’s tenure as Microsoft’s CEO, but the man sure knows how to put on a good show.
The long, strange tale of HTC and Beats Electronics has come to an end.
Robots are eating the world, and 3D Robotics wants to help them eat a lot more of it.
Nest wants to be so much more than just a learning thermostat.
While some developers use the social network to talk about industry stuff, others use it to talk about their lives, observations, and dinner plans. Here are the 5 we love best.
This one’s gotta sting.