The company makes it easy for more people to use the Raspberry Pi computer.
Apple disappointed fans when it failed to reveal an updated version of its Apple TV set-top box product (neither hardware or software) during either of its two media events earlier this year. However, what it has been doing is adding more third-party media apps.
Your front door is about to get a lot smarter, prettier, and more-connected.
Fewer than a third of Apple’s new iPad Mini retina models are currently available for in-store pickup, according to a survey of 172 Apple stores around the U.S.
Microsoft’s takeover of Nokia’s devices and services business is one step closer to completion.
Samsung was quick to fight back against reports of incredibly poor Galaxy Gear sales today, but if you think about it, the Gear was never going to be a big sales performer.
1 in 8 households have damaged a laptop, phone, camera, or tablet during the holidays, and 35% of the devices damaged are mobile phones.
Apple won a round in its seemingly never-ending legal battles with Samsung today, making it more likely that Apple will be able to deny Samsung the ability to import some of its smartphone models into the U.S.
The market for wearable sensors has exploded to measure walking, running, and even your posture — so why not sitting, too?
Qualcomm’s always-on Toq smartwatch is only two weeks from hitting your wrist.
The next-generation supercomputers will combine IBM processors and Nvidia GPUs.
The PlayStation 4 is flying off store shelves.
Apple’s much-rumored iTV (and other iGadgets) could be getting Kinect-like motion sensing tech.
Android tablet shipments have outpaced Apple iPad shipments all year. But it’s only in the last quarter that Android tablet revenue has surpassed iPad revenue for the first time.
This is part of our ongoing series about games and trends of the upcoming next generation.
Leave it to Samsung to once again make us say “huh?” when it comes to new smartphone screen technology.
What happens when you put a bunch of soldering irons, electronic components, and simulated car dashboards in front of a bunch of software hackers?
Zepp Labs uses motion capture technology to create wearable gear that tracks and measures athletes’ movements to provide detailed analytics such as speed and angle to evaluate their overall performance.
We’re less than two months away from the 2014 International CES, and the Consumer Electronics Association isn’t wasting any time hyping up the show.
With the third major update of its Up health band, Jawbone is finally adding a long-awaited feature: wireless synchronization.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will deliver a keynote at the 2014 International CES.
As the number of connected devices continues to climb, someone needs to create ways for all of them to talk to each other. And that someone is SmartThings.
Apple and BlackBerry can now be mentioned in the same breath as two major (or, in BlackBerry’s case, once-major) mobile platforms that are decreasing in market share.
Guest Post Skip Fleshman is a partner at Asset Management Ventures
Smartglasses are only a few years from geeky, uncomfortable near-ubiquity.
Apple is taking pre-orders for the iPad Mini in “stealth mode” this morning, says one analyst. And supply is likely to be very, very limited.
iRobot isn’t going to stop until you never have to touch one of its devices again.
AMD is announcing a new software ecosystem for its heterogenous system architecture. But Intel and Nvidia aren’t members so far.
The DevBeat Makeathon is our brand new hardware hackathon for developers to build robots, wearables, or whatever they can dream up!
Health tech startup BabyWatch (and recent graduate of Startupbootcamp Berlin’s accelerator programme) has announced its newest product – Tedi, an interactive toy and mobile app aimed to track the development of a child. The company is also moving to the U.S. “in the next few months.”
Thanks to a screwup by Target, André Weingarten got an Xbox One on Friday — a full two weeks before it’s set to start shipping.
A Sony engineer gives a step-by-step video teardown of the upcoming PlayStation 4, giving us a close-up look at the components inside.
Mike Splinter believes that Moore’s Law will continue, thanks on the creativity and passion of engineers who will keep it going.
Apple is reportedly working on two extra-large iPhones that will have curved screens, and is also working on touch screens that can register different levels of pressure.
With smartphone thefts on the rise in cities, it was only a matter of time until someone decided to bring the concept of a car alarm to your iPhone.
Gamers looking to control their video content outside of Sony and Microsoft’s ecosystems can get professional video in a tiny package with the HD PVR Rocket, according to Hauppauge.
Samsung is a multibillion company with 425,000 employees and a massive supply chain. Pebble is 40-strong and fueled by $10 million in Kickstarter money.
Now you can be like James Bond when it comes to communicating secretly.
You’ll be able to get your hands on the first 6-inch Windows Phone, Nokia’s Lumia 1520, before Thanksgiving.