Small attachment adds fisheye,
wide-angle, and two macro (10x and 15x magnification) lenses to your iPhone or iPod Touch.
Small attachment adds fisheye,
The Gun Box is meant to provide easy access without making it too easy for the wrong person to grab a gun.
Apple has the prototypical good-news, bad-news scenario on its hands, with soaring sales of its flagship iPhone 5S contrasting sharply with souring sales of its “for the colorful” iPhone 5C.
CEO Adriano Farano said Watchup for Google Glass will bring “the newscast to the age of wearable devices.” And make it easier to catch up on news while making espresso.
Peter Misek of Jefferies & Co says that Apple will be launching an iPad Mini at next week’s Apple Event in San Francisco, the “we still have a lot to cover” event.
While wireless charging has been around for a while now, it has yet to take off in any major way. Sony, however, might just change that.
Whoops! Someone over at Google sure has butterfingers. (Or more likely, Google is sneaky like a fox.)
There’s finally a fix for Apple’s faulty iPhone 5S sensors — provided by a tiny company that develops technology for iPhone developers who need accurate spatial orientation and movement data.
The shipments suggest that the consoles could be in plentiful supply in September.
This baseball-sized, camera-loaded device is great for quickly gathering intelligence when lives are at stake. But what about when it’s used by the enemy?
Advanced Micro Devices has the next generation of home video game consoles to thanks for the good news in its earning report.
Apple and Samsung don’t share a lot, although their patent lawyers might disagree. But the two leading smartphone manufacturers shared top honors in the latest J.D. Power customer satisfaction survey, released today.
It’s not just the the NSA or FBI that today’s kids have to worry about snooping on their phones and tracking their locations. Their parents are doing a fine job of that all on their own, thank you very much.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Tap. Hold. You just entered a secure building. Or paid for your lunch. Or verified your identity.
Just kidding. You will totally die. Ironically, you will die while wearing a helmet designed to protect you from dying.
Go home, you’re drunk.
“Unless you’re developing for wearable now, you’re going to get left in the dust. We actually consider ourselves a wearable-first company,” said CEO Peter Berger.
FreedomPop isn’t the only company trying to kill cellphone carriers: Scratch Wireless launched today with the goal of being the “first truly free” mobile offering.
Adidas is taking the smartwatch craze and running with it. The popular sports brand announced today that it is coming out with a smartwatch of its own, entering the increasingly competitive and crowded arena of wearable devices.
A study of more than 200 billion ads on Facebook says that mobile ads on iPhone generate 1,790 percent more return on investment than ads on Android. Even worse, advertising on Android actually costs more than it returns.
Forget those clunky electric bike conversion kits — FlyKly’s new Smart Wheel is a simple (and stealthy) way to add some juice to your existing bike.
The A7R camera can take images with details that push the limits of what the eye can see.
Analysts expected Intel to hit 53 cents a share in net income. Intel beats that by 5 cents.
All those wearable devices hitting the market are going to make a lot of people flithy rich.
Updated 12:22 PST with new information on Apple’s TouchID
Nike announced its latest FuelBand in a way that only Nike can — with dance music, Olympic athletes, and even Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley.
SpaceX is continuing to test its vertical takeoff and vertical landing rocket, Grasshopper, with small hops to test the rocket guidance and landing technology needed to return a rocket to Earth in exactly the way it slipped the surly bonds of our planet.
Get ready for Apple to sell long coats and scarves? Newly created position will report directly to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
With little hope of combating all of its negative press, BlackBerry is choosing to embrace it and remind fans that “you can continue to count on us.”
Startup Technical Illusions is looking for $400,000 in crowfunding to support its augment- and virtual-reality goggles.
While Sonos is typically associated with pricy wireless speakers, the company is playing a different tune with its latest device.
The next big Windows Phone 8 update sets the stage for a new range of devices — and finally delivers on some basic, long-awaited features.
MIPS is taking on ARM with new low-power, high-performance mobile processors.
Editor's Pick The Galaxy Gear is like a mirror reflecting Samsung’s own strengths and weaknesses.
TechShop Menlo Park filed a 506(c) with the SEC, which following the lift on the ban of general solicitation, allows startups to publicly announce that they are fundraising.
Google is killing off the Google TV brand. No formal homicide charges were filed since it’s not illegal to murder a name.
Twitter’s finally built an app just for your Android tablet, as opposed to the one for your your Android smartphone.
But it’ll only work on Samsung tablets, at least for now.
It’s been a big week for the Chromebook, first with the HP Chromebook 11, and now with the Acer C720
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch launched a couple of weeks ago as a fat, ugly, and expensive smartphone accessory that our own Devindra Hardawar called “relentlessly inessential.”
That’s not where Apple is going with iWatch.
You just bought that shiny new iPhone 5S for $700 or so, but before you could get that $40 case on, you drop it right on the hard pavement, and its almost-unbreakable Gorilla glass shatters like your quickly-dying dreams of technological bliss.