As far as dubious honors go, this one is probably the most dubious of them all.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, a Finish mobile company was working on a ground-breaking game-changing world-shaking new smartphone operating system based on Linux rising from the ashes of Intel's Moblin and its own Maemo projects.
Sony's hints at the design for the PS4 with fuzzy imagery, closeups, and quick cuts.
Weemo's team claims its unique approach will give it an edge over the competition. The company has also developed a set of APIs, which can be leveraged by developers to add live video tools to any application.
AT&T home automation service Digital Life has launched in seven new cities including Baltimore, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Sacramento, and Washington, D.C.
China's fast growth in fast mobile subscriptions -- and increasing mobile competition among the giant Chinese mobile carriers -- will be key factors in driving Apple's moldering stock price to unseen heights of over $800, one analyst says today.
Carrier billing doesn't have the hype of digital wallets or NFC, but it's still a pretty convenient way to tackle mobile payments.
Online food delivery services Seamless and Grubhub are now one and the same.
While rumors have been swirling for days, Yahoo finally confirmed this morning that it has acquired popular blogging platform Tumblr for $1.1 billion.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer held a press conference today to flesh out more details about its $1.1 billion acquisition of blog platform Tumblr, which was confirmed yesterday after days of rumors.
While it may be too early to tell how Tumblr users will ultimately respond to Yahoo's $1.1 billion acquisition, we're seeing signs that are jumping to other blogging services.
Editor's Pick BioLite makes a pair of stoves that burn twigs to cook your dinner -- and charge your phone at the same time. It's using sales of a backpacking stove sold in the U.S. to help fund development of a (hopefully) world-changing stove for people in the rest of the world.
There are dozens of companies selling 3D printers and printer supplies now, a sign that the market for home-based object printing is about to take off. Here's a gallery of some of the contenders.
Cofounder Avi Meir said he was inspired to start the company after realizing that most hotels still relied on "expensive, outdated, server-based technology."
At Maker Faire Bay Area, a "startup pavilion" highlights 20 new maker-focused startups. But big companies like Autodesk, General Electric, and even Google are getting into the DIY game too.
If you can't get a Thiel Fellowship for your big startup idea, consider learning a trade instead.
Yahoo's board has reportedly approved a $1.1 billion, all-cash offer to acquire Tumblr, a rapidly-growing and very popular microblogging server.
President Barack Obama is known for running one of the most tech-savvy political campaigns in the history of US politics. The chief scientist of the Obama campaign's data analytics team, Rayid Ghani, shared some insights on how that campaign worked at the TiEcon 2013 conference.
Somewhere between the self-driving couches, the flaming sculptures, and the Arduino-powered blinky light projects at Maker Faire, I think we'll catch a glimpse of the future of tech.
In Douglas Adams' book The Hitchhikers' Guide to the Galaxy, a vast computer named Deep Thought spends several eons constructing an answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything.