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stories by Ricardo Bilton
BioDigitial wants to completely change the way we understand and explore the human body– but first it needs some cash.
Editor's Pick Louis C.K. is a gifted orator, and like all gifted orators, he’s really good at saying things that are easy to accept at face value.
TechStars is investing in its future startups in an interesting way: by buying a whole bunch of web domains.
The blurry divide between online and offline commerce is giving birth to some very interesting delivery experiments.
The Internet of Things is about to get a big push into the mainstream, thanks to Staples.
For most people, the most secure security system is often the most simple one as well.
If Apple is doomed, perhaps being doomed isn’t so bad.
Guest Post Can you use 23andMe without giving the company all of your personal info? Definitely.
After conquering 15 percent of iPhones in London, “going out” app YPlan is making its way to New York City.
Compared the iPhone 5, Apple’s iPhone 5S is better in just about every way — except repairability.
Often, even the most zany of conspiracy theories contain some grain of truth.
When Staples and RadioShack decided to allow Amazon’s Lockers into their stores, they provied that retailers were willing to try just about anything to get people in the door — even if that meant teaming up with one of their biggest rivals.
To get a same-day delivery right, you need three things: partnerships, scale, above all, money.
BlackBerry could soon get a whole lot smaller.
It’s iPhone launch season again, and this time it comes with a twist: Unlike previous years, tech blogs have not one but two new iPhones to review: the ultra-high-end iPhone 5s, and the colorful mass-market iPhone 5c.
You’ve never really hated soup until you’ve tried eating it with Parkinson’s disease.
If you don’t understand why a baby would need a wearable device, chances are you don’t have kids.
Iranian Internet users were able to access Facebook and Twitter for the first time in four years on Monday, but that wasn’t a sign Iran was loosening its restrictions on the social media sites. It was just a big, fat glitch.
Sprint may be lagging behind its larger competitors, but it’s trying its best to stay competitive.
3D printed guns: dangerous, controversial, and now, apparently art.
Guest Post I have come to believe that, yes, the Internet is killing innovation. So let me plant some seeds of doubt in your biased pro-Internet love fest.
If you were among those wooed more by Apple’s candy-colored iPhone 5C than by the higher-end iPhone 5S, today’s your special day.
Jawbone, it seems, is a victim of its own success.
Google Glass might be the best thing to happen to baseball since Mariano Rivera.
Apple’s iPhone 5S is the first 64-bit smartphone, and Samsung’s Galaxy S5 could be the second.
Editor's Pick Flash memory is getting cheaper and faster, and the companies that specialize in it are becoming major acquisition targets.
Motorola may have a mixed history when it comes to tablets, but the company isn’t giving up on the form factor just yet.
When Canary launched an Indiegogo campaign for its smart home security device last month, it set out to raise $100,000. Instead, it pulled in close to $2 million, making it Indiegogo’s most successful campaign ever.
When is the iPhone 5S home button not a home button? When it’s a fingerprint scanner.
While Apple unveiled its iOS 7 operating system back in June, what the company didn’t say is when iOS users would actually be able to get their (figurative) sweaty mitts on the update. Until now, anyway.
Augmented realized, which bridges the gap between the digital and the physical, is now bridging the gap between the worlds of the deaf and the hearing.
If the boundaries between mobile devices and the web are blurring, does it make sense to have checkout platforms created solely for either one?
If the past few years of logo and interface design have taught us anything, it’s that flat is in.
All good things must come to an end — including your beloved ad-free Instagram.
If you were expecting Apple to release Mavericks, the next version of OS X, during its iPhone event next week, think again.
If you held off on buying the Google Nexus 4 because of its maddening lack of LTE support, Google’s follow-up to the device is shaping up to be exactly what you need.
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch is here and, well, its disappointing.
For Dragon Innovation, helping hardware makers become legit hardware companies is a bit like teaching them how to walk: It requires a whole lot of hand-holding.
At a press event in Berlin today, Samsung took the wraps off the Galaxy Note 3, the latest entry in its supersized smartphone line.