Possible driving law could be a thorn in Google's plans to make Glass ubiquitous.
After five months on the market, Microsoft is on its way to offering a viable app-store option for consumers.
It looks like Windows 8, but has some modifications that give users more personalization controls.
Nvidia continues to invest in companies that can make use of its graphics processors and mobile devices.
Amazon's rumored purchase of Samsung's Liquavista unit could be the key to that full-color Kindle you've always wanted.
With Apple and Samsung reportedly working on next-generation smartwatches, it was only a matter of time until we heard that Google was joining the party as well.
It's not a face-melter, but this graphics chip is no slouch.
The U.S. military is fairly well-equipped with M16s, Abrams battle tanks, and aircraft carriers. But apparently there is a major shortage of shiny new Apple iDevices.
Are people trading in their iPhones for Samsung's new Galaxy S IV?
A number of publishers with 15 games will launch on Agawi's Android platform.
Editor's Pick A new way of creating on-off switches could lead to brain-like computing devices.
Google' Glass's augmented reality functionality could extend to control over your garage door and refrigerator, according to a patent filed by Google.
That new Android-based smartphone from the biggest phone manufacturer in the world and the big New York launch, the massive screen, and the 13-megapixel camera? Looks like it's pre-selling like the prototypical mobile hotcakes.
Microsoft's going on the offensive against Samsung's best-selling Galaxy S III in a new ad focusing on Windows Phone cameras, like the one in Nokia's Lumia 920.
Our good friends in Washington DC have upheld our right to resell our property. Thank goodness for that.
If you've got $40K burning a hole in your pocket and a hankering for a truly massive TV equipped with so ultimate a high definition resolution that there's almost no content available to honestly satisfy all of those lovely 8,294,400 pixels, Samsung's got a TV for you.
Android owners now have one less excuse against getting healthy.
GPU applications are spread across enterprise and consumer markets.
Nvidia's Grid VCA will speed visual cloud-based applications for users.
Nvidia promises huge gains in computing power for mobile devices and desktops.