Geomerics will move ARM deeper into visual media.
We’ve seen plenty of gadgets try to make our cars smarter, but investors have apparently taken a liking to newcomer Zubie.
Now you can back up your photos directly to your desktop.
More and more makers are visiting Shenzhen, and the Huaqiangbei district is a must-go place for visitors to the industrial city. So here’s a map just for the makers who want to find factories and other features throughout the city.
The boom and bust cycles of the chip industry are getting smoother as the business tracks the global economy.
Vuzix teamed up with Nokia to create augmented-reality optics that will eventually be used in conventional-size glasses.
Up until now, the only giant glaring negative about purchasing one of Google’s Chromecast streaming media sticks over other set-top boxes was the lack of available supported apps.
The new machines have tiny footprints and focus on energy efficiency and touch technology.
Even a gadget addict like me can’t see much of a point in curved-screen smartphones, but that’s not stopping companies from exploring the technology.
Guest Post This is a guest post by Brad Feld, a managing director at Foundry Group.
Mobile payments startup Square has rolled out a new version of its credit card reader today, which offers some notable improvements over the previous model.
When debating the merits of electric cars, hybrids, hydrogen and other alternative fuels, it’s easy to get tied down in the notion they’re the solution to all our transport problems.
Juniper released its top 10 tech trends for 2014 today. And if the research firm is right, our cities are going to get smarter, our money is going digital, and we’ll be printing a lot more products at home.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would like if Apple decided to challenge Google’s Driverless car technology, the outcome could be either wonderful or kind of terrifying.
Apple’s recent product launches and the Thanksgiving/Christmas shopping season may be coming together in one giant perfect storm — the good kind. Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Brian White says the company’s sales performance in November was very likely the strongest in history.
If the future of PC design is slick, jetpack-like hardware, count me in.
Leap Axlr8r is investing in 10 startups building on Leap Motion and other 3D human computer interaction tech.
China Mobile is Apple’s great white whale. And just as Captain Ahab tried and tried and tried to bag that particular beast, Apple has been trying for years — without success — to land China Mobile as an iPhone carrier. Today, the company is one step closer.
The Nexus 5 says “to hell” with glitz and glamour.
At a gathering to talk about his new health care legislation, President Barack Obama casually revealed to the crowd that he wasn’t allowed to upgrade his smartphone to Apple’s iPhone due to “security reasons,” reports Reuters.
Update: several credible sources have told me they believe iJailbreak Pro is a scam. I have removed the link.
Tomorrow a Silicon Valley startup named Knightscope will unveil the K5, a 5-foot tall, 300-pound robot that just might take away the traditional security guard job in America.
Who would win in a fight between Amazon’s drones and Google robots? That’s something we may have an answer to in a few years.
Chris Anderson left Wired to make commercial drones. Now he’s got $30M altogether for 3D Robotics.
So Amazon is experimenting with drones that will deliver its goods via “Prime Air” — its “octocopter” robotic aircraft that will deliver packages up to 10 miles from Amazon’s warehouses. And UPS, unwilling to be left completely out of the consumer orgy hype cycle, says it has been testing and evaluating delivery drones as well. TechCrunch thinks drones should be used to rent stuff instead of buying it, and CNN is investigating how they would work.
After implementing a fingerprint sensor for unlocking the iPhone 5S, Apple has now landed a patent for an even simpler unlocking method: by using your face.
Coffee brewing is getting more complicated and more nuanced and people absolutely love it. So, it’s no wonder that Cupertino-based Acaia has created a digital scale that brings the “art” down to a science.
Someday in the future, wearable devices could become like underwear — something you feel vulnerable leaving home without. But that day has not come yet.
Sadly, few of us mobile warriors need classes in douchebaggery.
Samsung may soon include an impressive new camera in its flagship mobile devices.
61 percent of us have heard of digital wallets, but only 11 percent of us have used one, according to a new survey by Forrester. Interestingly, most would rather trust PayPal with their mobile money — rather than their bank or credit card company.
Amazon would like you to buy a Kindle Fire this holiday season, and it isn’t afraid to bad-mouth the other guys to make that happen.
It might be time for that LASIK eye surgery: Dell’s about to jam a whole mess of pixels really, really close together.
Misfit Wearable’s Shine is finally taking a much-needed jump to Android.
Your future Amazon packages could be delivered by a flying robot.
“In the coming decade, wearable technology will touch nearly every aspect of our lives. It will allow us to bring the power of the Internet to everything we do.” –Marcus Weller, Ph.D.
All-in-one PCs are the only desktops selling these days. So it makes sense that Hewlett-Packard is taking the machines into enterprises, as companies need to save space and gain the efficiencies of these machines — which combine a monitor and a desktop computer into one panel-like chassis — as much as consumers do.
If you held off on a new tablet last year, now is the perfect time to upgrade.
Apple products account for 22 percent of early Black Friday sales.
Convertibles are hot. Or at least the kind that change your computer from a laptop to a tablet. Hewlett-Packard has one of these this holiday selling season in the form of a swivel computer.