Editor’s Pick GamesBeat’s editor-in-chief compares the two consoles in a few categories that matter the most.
Editor’s Pick 15 examples of technology that will roster your faith in humanity, or is just plain cool!
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.
Editor’s Pick Our own reviewer, plus our industry analyst and a gaming professor, combine to score GTA V the highest out of all of our Threeviews to date.
We were blown away by the quality of the 200 plus cloud startup applicants to the CloudBeat 2013 Innovation Showdown, one of the highlights of our third annual cloud adoption event (September 9-10 in San Francisco).
Google’s latest YouTube updates for iOS and Android feel vaguely reminiscent of one of Samsung’s custom Android features.
Apple introduced iTunes Radio back in June, but the world will finally be able to use it in just a few weeks.
Editor's Pick Do not forward e-mail or links you receive from OKCupid — you may be handing out direct, unprotected access to your account.
The console war has become a battle for indie developers.
Guest Post TiVo’s newly announced line of Roamio DVRs raises the bar on what a DVR can be.
Now in its third year, our highly-acclaimed enterprise cloud event has just added three new speakers: Firebase founder James Tamplin, Box VP of engineering Sam Schillace, and Adobe product security director Dave Lenoe.
Predictive analytics startup Sociocast has changed course on its main product offering, switching its focus from a developer-targeted prediction API to a simple new app that changes your website based on its audience.
Editor’s Pick Two San Francisco-based entrepreneurs have launch an innovative app, dubbed “HandUp,” to help the homeless.
Yet another example of how the very idea of surveillance affects us.
Telsa’s Model S is not only super luxurious — it’s also super safe.
Cleversafe, a provider of low-cost data storage products, has raised $55 million, which will help it further reach out to big data and cloud-focused businesses.
That’s not how data works, folks.
Microsoft caught flak for ignoring indies, but now it will make it easy for anyone to self-publish on Xbox One.
Twitter has hired Google’s former media and entertainment chief, Jennifer Prince, to spearhead its own outreach to Hollywood.
Gasoline and diesel cars don’t even come close to these electric cars (and one plug-in hybrid), each of which offer the equivalent of more than 100 MPG.
Razoo has helped raise over $165 million for nonprofits. Now it is making its crowdfunding-for-causes platform available to individuals who need a leg up.
Company says it’s like Roku, Apple TV, Slingbox, Google TV, your cable DVR — all rolled into one.
Looks like Apple grabbed Jay Blahnik, a well-known fitness expert who has worked with big-name companies like Nike on its wearables products.
Tag, you’re no longer it. Microsoft has announced that it will terminate its Tag service two years from today.
Amazon.com’s website went down around 1 p.m. Pacific time today for as much as 45 minutes due to unknown causes.
Silicon Valley was a sleepy little hole in the wall today, with only three deals crossing our radar. We blame vacationing VCs and their darkening tan lines.
A group of researchers successfully slid malware past Apple’s safeguards and into the iOS App Store — a scary exposure for the operating system often touted as one of the safest in the industry.
Chief executive Blake Irving said he wants to make it as frictionless as possible for anyone to set up a small business online, which made Locu a hot acquisition target.
Guest Post For all the hype, smartwatches as we’re thinking of them will likely fail.
ShareThis offers publishers a range of widgets and tools to facilitate social sharing. This fourth round of funding comes just six months after the company raised $23 million in March.
MakeGamesWithUs is a Y Combinator company that teaches people how to build iPhone games. The team is juggling the day-to-day grind of building a small startup with the demands of teaching 75 students how to code.
Editor’s Pick We interviewed Floodgate Fund cofounder Mike Maples about how hybrid cloud solutions are helping ease the transition to the cloud for many big companies.
Despite 98 percent of the United States having access to high-speed broadband, 20 percent of American adults still don’t use the Internet at home, work, or school.
The age of the connected device is coming, and TechStars and R/GA want to help it along.
On the face of it, the latest iPhone rumor seems a tad boring — but it could be a huge deal for China.
In a deal that shouldn’t require too much head-scratching to understand, Zillow has acquired StreetEasy for $50 million.
Think about how you picked a college.
Last week, the journal Nature published details of a research breakthrough in making windows that can switch between transparent, heat-blocking, and completed shaded modes. Today, Heliotrope Technologies is announcing plans to commercialize the technology.
The power of 3D printing is helping criminals create custom credit card skimmers.
Spurned by Facebook’s security team, an IT researcher took his Facebook vulnerability discovery all the the way to the top.