You’ll be able to get your hands on the first 6-inch Windows Phone, Nokia’s Lumia 1520, before Thanksgiving.
Splinter has guided Applied through big transitions and a new giant merger with Tokyo Electron.
Nvidia said its gaming segment revenue is up but notebook sales were down.
Gamers are the target for the Nvidia GeForce GTX 780Ti
An Irish startup designs a chip that could make it easy to fix indoor locations.
City dwellers have a variety of solutions for dealing with city noises, including our least favorite – running the air conditioner on fan in winter. But the most elegant idea so far is a new device that attaches to a window and turns it into a counter-noise filter.
Skylanders: Swap Force is down overall compared to 2012′s Skylanders: Giants.
DevBeat is next Tuesday & Wednesday, and the room is nearly full.
While Pebble’s focus so far has been on getting its hardware out the door, the real interesting stuff is happening with the device’s software.
Bringing new meaning to the term “good karma,” NYC startup Karma rewards you when you share Internet access from one of its hotspots.
Jawbone’s significant share of a growing market gives it quite a lot of data to mine. According to vice president of data Monica Rogati, the company collects the equivalent of 60 years of sleep data every night.
After years of research, William Provancher wants to raise money for a new kind of touch feedback controller.
Today only 60 million people use augmented reality apps on a regular basis. By 2018, that should hit 200 million, according to a new report by Juniper Research.
Apple saw record sales performance this past month on the strength of the new iPhone 5S, the iPad Air, and new Macs, an analysis of the company’s Taiwanese suppliers suggests. Taiwan-based manufacturers build most of Apple’s iProduct, either on the island nation itself, or in factories in mainland China.
2015 looks to be a big year for Samsung.
A survey by Baidu shows that Chinese consumers are aware of wearable devices such as smart watches and fitness bands, and many of them are interested in purchasing one in the near future.
If Apple doesn’t already consume enough of your disposable dollars, the wizards of Cupertino are planning to take over your home.
Apple released an internal report of government information requests today, saying that countries around the world have asked Apple for private user data on about 2,219 accounts and precisely 36,464 devices between January 1, 2013, and June 30.
Driverless pods are officially going to be one U.K. town’s mode of public transportation. Those dirty, noisy buses are headed out to the retirement yard.
Nvidia is looking for a startup with the most disruptive innovation when it comes to using graphics processing units (GPUs).
You could call the Nexus 5 many things, but exciting is not one of them.
Thanks to Apple’s new M7 chip, any iPhone 5S can be a Nike+ FuelBand — or something like it, anyway.
But Glass and Helpouts are still in their milk years. Whether one or both makes it big is totally up in the air, but it’s hard to imagine Helpouts working perfectly without Glass.
Gamers are the target, and they can play in Ultra HD.
You know those weird people who spend hundreds of dollars on spa treatments for cats, or enroll their dogs in therapy? Well now these people can take their neuroticism to a whole new level with PetBot.
Upon looking at the photo above, you may ask yourself, first if this is real (yes) and second, “In what universe did the fellow who plays Hodor from Game of Thrones make it into the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon?” Well, that would be this universe, specifically the one that held the Geek Media Expo last weekend in Nashville, Tenn.
There is just one question an iPad Air review really really needs to answer. And I’m afraid that after three days of playing with the space gray iPad Air review unit Apple shipped me on Friday, I just don’t know.
Four days after its release, the iPad Air is selling at a much faster pace than Apple’s previous models. In fact, within two days of launch, the iPad Air had five times the usage that iPad 4 had after its own launch, and three times that of the iPad Mini.
BlackBerry isn’t dead yet — and it’s not giving up without a fight.
Norway-based Thin Film Electronics said it has raised $24 million to create flexible electronics on plastic sheets. The money will help the company on its mission of embedding electronic smarts into the “internet of things.”
Pyreos, a spin-off of Siemens which makes extremely efficient infrared sensors using semiconductor manufacturing techniques, has raised $4 million in venture capital to expand globally.
Apple’s iPad Air and iPad Mini launch seems to be going very well indeed.
In a scene straight from a Bond flick, or perhaps Austin Powers, Google is building a showboat/party boat, right in the middle of San Francisco harbor.
Editor's Pick This is what Steve Jobs meant when he threatened to go nuclear against Android.
As our gadgets get thinner, the notion of tearing one apart for a do-it-yourself repair seems close to madness.
The biggest setback to Google’s streaming media stick Chromecast is the sparse selection of available applications, which until now hasn’t included any third-party music services. (You could, however, access Google Play Music All Access as well as listen to playlists of music videos on YouTube.)
Global phone shipments are over 418 million, smartphone shipments hit a record 250 million, and Android has captured a record 81 percent global market share.
The Nexus 5 is here.
Global tablet sales grew 37 percent to 47.6 million units in the third quarter. But the big story is that Apple grew only .6 percent, year over year, while Samsung more than doubled its Q3 unit sales from 4.3 million in 2012 to 9.7 million in 2013, for a 123% growth rate.
Looking for a $50 pouch for your $1,500 Google Glass ? Google has what you need.