Even though Apple’s iPhone 5S stock has been a bit constrained in the U.S., that’s not stopping Apple from rolling out its latest iPhones to dozens of new countries over the next few weeks.
Samsung’s rumored curved screen phone is here — and no, it still doesn’t make any sense.
We should see the new iPad in less than two weeks.
Absent from many of the larger, often effusive, articles about the new Nest Protect smoke detector is the answer to what I think is a pretty big question: What happens when you have to replace the thing?
Amazon’s tablets beats out more expensive Android tablets in touchscreen speed test.
Apple has made huge strides in China despite a lackluster recent quarter in which the company dropped $800 million in middle kingdom revenue, year-over year. The company gave China its first Apple Event in Beijing, and was rewarded by selling out iPhone 5S and 5C pre-orders.
Google is calling its new Chromebook 11 the “Chromebook for everyone,” and it may just be right.
“Personal posture trainer” startup LumoBack released the results of its study today that examined “Silicon Valley Syndrome,” otherwise known as the physical and mental health symptoms that arise from spending WAY too much time sitting in front of computer screens.
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“It’s 4 a.m. and what the hell is that beeping?!”
AMD is releasing both new low-end and high-end graphics chips simultaneously.
Basis Science has expanded its Series B funding to more than $23 million with new investors such as Intel Capital.
Four days ago, I tested my iPhone 5S sensors and found that the phone’s level and gyroscope sensors were reporting anomalous data, data that was very different from what my iPhone 5 was reporting — and different from what other, analog sensors, such as a simple mechanical bubble level, were telling me.
Hollywood’s latest blockbuster “Gravity” was filmed by robots. Four giant industrial robots whisked props, lights and even actors around the set in a ballet of split-second precision, as well as doing the camerawork. They call it cinematic automation.
Google Glass is starting to get more useful. You can now look up public transit directions using Google’s digital eyewear.
In spite of rumors to the contrary, we didn’t see a larger iPhone from Apple this fall when the company released the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.
That will change in 2014, according to one analyst.
“We estimate preliminary September sales for our Apple Barometer rose by approximately 9-10 percent month-over-month,” Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Brian White said in a research note this morning.
Samsung isn’t the only company unashamed to follow in Apple’s footsteps.
In what may be Samsung’s best commercials yet, the company has figured out a way to successfully sell failure.
Tesla is looking for a new partner to produce electric-car batteries in addition to its current maker, Panasonic, and it may have found one.
At this rate, there won’t be many surprises for Google and LG to reveal when they finally announce the Nexus 5.
Sales of wearable technology jumped almost 300 percent in 2012 as we bought 8.3 million fitness trackers, smart watches, and smart glasses. But we’re still at the very, very early stages of the industry, according to a new report that says that sales will balloon to 64 million devices within four years.
The future of robots is modular, self-assembling, and kind of scary.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times … in the smartphone market.
Amazon is reportedly planning to release its own set-top box for the holiday season.
Apple appears to have a serious hardware problem on its hands as the internal sensors of its new flagship phone, the iPhone 5S, are not reporting accurate numbers.
Nominations for the GamesBeat 2013 Innovation Showdown close October 4th at 5pm PST.
When Narrative launched its life-logging camera on Kickstarter last year, the company raised $550,000 in 38 days. Now, it’s getting another big boost in funding — this time from institutional investors.
Netflix updated its popular app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch this morning, adding support for high-definition video streaming to your favorite Apple mobile device.
Intel and Arduino hope to inspire creativity in the Arduino open-source hardware community.
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“It almost looks like it was designed to go in there,” Hilsenteger says.
While Google Glass has captured the minds and imaginations of many in the tech world, most of us still aren’t sure what we’d use it for.
The machine gets Dell bragging rights, but there isn’t much content you can view on it.
Dell moves into the small tablet market with Venue and reveals new XPS laptops and hybrids.
Leap Motion, watch out.
In a big win for Google’s new Chromecast device, Hulu Plus has added an official application, the companies announced today.
Fitbit’s fitness trackers could soon take a big step forward.
A panel tasked with exploring relaxed gadget rules on airplanes now says that Wi-Fi is safe to use throughout an entire flight.
At this point, there’s no doubt that Apple is working on a higher-resolution iPad Mini — the real mysteries are when it will be released and whether Apple will have enough units on hand to satisfy pent-up demand.