Which, of course, will compete with Apple’s products.
Leave it to Amazon to explore something beyond mere cellular networks to get its devices online.
Flight attendants will start using the new phones on August 26. At that point, fliers will start getting emailed receipts rather than physical ones. Delta also says the transactions will become a lot faster.
As always, the closer we get to one of Apple’s iPhone media events, the better the leaks get.
Talk about a spectacular failure.
HP’s earnings are a bellwether for the tech economy. The company slightly missed FYQ3 estimates.
Sometimes seeing into the future only requires you to look straight ahead.
FounderDating’s wants to help hardware enthusiast connect and start companies. And the move couldn’t come at a better time.
Another quarter, another round of losses for the Nook.
Company says it’s like Roku, Apple TV, Slingbox, Google TV, your cable DVR — all rolled into one.
Looks like Apple grabbed Jay Blahnik, a well-known fitness expert who has worked with big-name companies like Nike on its wearables products.
Crystal Shopper is a barcode scanner and price checker for Google Glass that presents the shopper with price comparisons and Amazon ratings.
In the not-to-distant future, Google Glass could be as essential to a firefighter as the water hose.
Guest Post For all the hype, smartwatches as we’re thinking of them will likely fail.
Sponsored Post The palpable enthusiasm at the Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expos in New York City and Chicago has motivated conference organizer Mediabistro to extend the conference to San Jose, Calif., this Sept. 17-Sept. 18.
Samsung’s Galaxy Mega — a ridiculous hybrid phone/tablet with a 6.3-inch screen — will soon hit major U.S. wireless carriers.
On the face of it, the latest iPhone rumor seems a tad boring — but it could be a huge deal for China.
At $99, the Nook with Glowlight is the only e-reader of its kind at that price point.
Editor’s Pick The Moto X proves you can still make a great phone even if it’s not the fastest one around.
While Apple’s smartwatch plans remain shrouded in mystery, we know a lot more about Samsung’s upcoming smartwatch.
Motorola has even more tricks up its sleeve for the Moto X.
Applied Materials announces Dickerson will replace longtime boss Mike Splinter.
“Muse is the brain-sensing headband that allows you to track your cognitive and emotional activity,” Garten told me. “It boosts your attention and helps you become more aware of the emotions that you’re having.”
Two Oakland A’s relief pitchers are the most recent additions to Google Glass’ Explorer Program, but don’t expect to see the device out on the field just yet.
“It’s great new, it’s wonderful,” Giartosio told me this morning from Venice, Italy. “Now I can open PayPal payments again on the campaign.”
A strong first quarter for Lenovo also revealed an interesting shift for the company.
Ubuntu Edge, the innovative Linux-based smartphone-plus-PC, just passed $10 million on crowdfunding site Indiegogo. Too bad the team set their goal at $32 million — and there’s just six days to go.
It’s been about two years since Nielsen noted that smartphone sales overtook feature phone sales in the U.S. — now, it seems we’ve hit that milestone on the global level.
Arkami, a security identification startup, has raised a cool $1.8 million in funding to help grow its products such as myIDkey, the company announced today.
Quantified selfers, there’s money to be made from your love of data. Fitbit, the fitness gadget maker that collects data about your exercise activities, received $43 million in funding today, according to an SEC filing.
It took almost 20 years, but Microsoft has finally developed an ergonomic keyboard you won’t be embarrassed to use.
There’s a lot more to know about the Hyperloop — a high-speed train-in-a-tube that makes all other high-speed trains look like they’re stuck in first gear.
A day after BlackBerry announced that it was considering ways to save its business, including possibly selling off the company, the company is making its most baffling product announcement yet.
It’s about the size of a pack of gum, and attaches to your computer via USB. Leap Motion is also working with HP to build the technology right into your desktop or laptop — and eventually into smartphones, tablets, smart watches, and any other type of device.
Google issued a Glass software update today that previews how the massive search and mobile company plans to monetize its innovate wearable technology.
Airware provides an operating system and development platform for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Today the company announced a strategic partnership with UAV leader Insitu.
“I don’t really understand the logic behind it,” Kingman said. “Unlocking is completely legal in pretty much every other country at the minute, except for the U.S.”
“I think I kind of shot myself by ever mentioning the Hyperloop,” he said. “I don’t have any plans to execute, because I must remain focused on SpaceX and Tesla.”
This move may be several years too late, but BlackBerry announced this morning that it will be exploring “strategic alternatives” for its business through a newly formed special committee.
Feel like a slouch? Have no fear, because now you can play video games while jogging in place.