2013 is the year where most everyone you know not only owns a smartphone, but actually starts using it to a fuller extent.
Editor's Pick James was one of Intel's technical assistants to the CEO.
The code-named Iris graphics will be much better at 3D graphics.
There's no rule that says smartphones have to be boring rectangular-ish blocks. And Apple's latest patent application filings show the company may be looking at some new shapes in its future phones.
HTC's first quarter saw a massive decline in revenue and profit -- but the company expects a rosier second quarter.
Guest Post Google Glass has the potential to fundamentally change the way we track and gamify health.
HP launches a new service that makes printing personalized gift cards easier.
Microsoft still isn't divulging official Surface numbers, but it looks like it's at least making a dent in the tablet market.
"It just can't be the case that people are walking around heads down tapping on a screen," he says. "That just can't be the future of the human race."
If you create the best app for a router, you'll have a shot at a $1M prize.
New chief replaces Phil Carmack, who was at Nvidia for 10 years but left to become a CEO at a partner company.
Editor's Pick Jawbone is putting the pieces in place to become a wearable health technology leader.
This VB Store limited time offer from Casetagram will net you a personalized iPhone 5 case, along with a free screen protector and free shipping for just $39!
Just a few days of sales data are all that BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins needed to predict that his company would sell huge quantities of its newest, keyboard-equipped smartphone.
Google's most talked-out gadget is popping up in public ... and making some folk mumble for their safe places.
Skycam's makers plan to sell the hardware at a flat fee of $99 per unit; because it runs on Skype, there are no additional software costs. You’ll be able to monitor the feed from a smartphone, tablet, or a PC.
The Nest smart thermostat continues to get smarter with every software update.
Starting today, iPhone and iPad owners can finally get their hands on Google Now.
After all the money we spent buying flat screen TVs in the past decade, LG is reintroducing the curved TV. This curve, however, is focused on you.