Skydog can send you alerts if kids overstep their internet permissions or if you have a broadband outage.
Intel believes that mobile data networking will help deliver internet access to a much larger slice of the world’s population.
Lenovo’s Yoga tablet may be the company’s most intriguing Android slate yet.
Microsoft’s secret weapon, Augmented Reality, and the Xbox One as the 3DO.
A day after Google teased a Glass hardware upgrade, the company is showing it off.
Samsung sold 120 million mobile phones last quarter — more than 29 percent of the total global market and more than competitors Apple, Nokia, and LG combined — as global phone shipments reached a record 418 million.
I’m not sure why the Cyclops Cap exists, but I’m glad it does, if only because the pitch video (filled with dancing, explosions, and questionable English) puts a giddy smile on my face.
And he sees an even broader use for tech behind the Rift: the movies.
The virtual reality headset is coming to mobile — a surprise move for the hardware.
ARM is unveiling both a high-end and low-end Mali graphics-chip design today for mobile devices.
Google is close to finishing the development of its first smartwatch — so close that the device could be “ready within months,” a source tells the Wall Street Journal.
Like the highest tech Lego blocks you’ve ever seen, Motorola last night unveiled Project Ara, a bold plan to build smartphones with modular hardware.
Global smartphone sales passed a quarter of a billion units for the first time ever this past quarter, and Samsung accounted for a staggering 88.4 million of them.
If you have access to a Rift dev kit, here are four ways you can get the most out of your virtual-reality wonder goggles.
Love it or hate it, the Little Printer just won’t die.
Apple had its best quarter ever in education, CEO Tim Cook said today on the company’s quarterly earnings call. That includes the companies highest sales ever, and a 94 percent tablet market share for iPad.
Tim Cook was very careful to tell analysts that he has never promised that Apple would enter new markets with entirely new products today on Apple’s Q4 earnings call — but he did add that Apple could do exactly that, if the company wanted.
Why might a preschooler need to program, you might be wondering? They don’t, but an early grasp of programming concepts can have a significant impact on the rest of their life.
In 2012, Apple sold $157 billion worth of iPad, iPhones, Macs, songs, apps, and other assorted technological goodies, making almost $42 billion in profit. This past fiscal year, Apple sold a staggering $171 billion worth of iMerch, but only made $37 billion in profit.
Apple reported its fourth quarter and year-end numbers for 2013, and the results are simultaneously amazing — and amazingly forgettable.
Apple released its fourth quarter numbers today, and the results were pretty similar to what most analysts had predicted: good but not great, up from 2012 but not by much.
Samsung was too eager to get the Galaxy Gear to market early, and the result is a product that too few people want and too many people return.
The world really doesn’t need an affordable tablet in ugly shades of orange and yellow — at least the adult world anyways.
Just after the launch of the very-successful iPhone 5S and the not-quite-as-hot iPhone 5C, Apple told analysts to expect $36-37 billion in revenue and perhaps $7 billion in profit for its fourth quarter of 2013.
It’s been a long time coming, but Evernote has finally managed to marry its digital note-taking tools with traditional handwriting.
Sit tight Android fans, the Nexus 5 is nigh — and in white.
The new Livescribe 3 smartpen is meant to be a mobile companion for smartphones and tablets.
You may not be a star basketball player, but now you can experience what its like to be one.
Would you pay $200 on-contract for a great phone that technically had mid-range hardware?
Editor's Pick In one of her first interviews since launching Ouya, the Kickstarter-darling Android game console, chief executive Julie Uhrman tells all.
Intel’s Jason Waxman puts micro servers in perspective as change comes to the data center.
Editor's Pick Updated: Oct. 25, 9:45 with information about MacBook Airs and what Apple is doing
The Ouya’s future looks cloudy — and may come in a variety of consoles.
Here are a few of the software guys helping to build the next batch of hardware giants.
A Qualcomm executive who publicly dissed Apple’s 64-bit A7 chip has been quietly reassigned — and removed from the company leadership page on its website.
The $100 Android microconsole is prepping a national ad campaign now that you will soon have the chance to get one in any Target.
Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission has fined Samsung $340,000 for an organized campaign of using a ”large number of hired writers and designated employees” to post good reviews and comments about its own products and criticism of competitors’ products.
In Vancouver, Canada, we’ve had the longest-running gonna-be-a-success-any-day fuel cell company in history, Ballard Power Systems, which has been touting the advantages of fuel-cell powered cars and buses for decades.
T-Mobile’s “Uncarrier” schtick continues to break new ground.
What gadgets will be hot at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show? The Digital Answer Man knows.