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Samsung already dominates global smartphone sales, capturing a leading 29 percent of the market. Now, the company is first place in the smartwatch race, holding a market share of 71 percent.
French consumer electronics company Archos is introducing the ArcBook, a $170 Android 4.2-powered netbook that packs productivity and portability into a 10.7 x 7.1 x 0.9 inch frame.
New York-based technology shop Grand St. is reinventing itself to be not just a shop for cool new tech but also an incubator for new ideas.
Investors just can’t seem to get enough of Jawbone.
Editor’s Pick Mere minutes after Glyph raised $1 million on Kickstarter, I caught up with CEO Yobie Benjamin at the InContext conference in San Francisco to find out how he did it.
Android lovers craving a phone upgrade might want to stave off the temptation for another month or two.
Let your inner geek fly.
Nancy Pelosi, the Minority Leader of the United States House of Representatives, paid TechShop a visit earlier this week. VentureBeat caught up with Pelosi to chat about joblessness, STEM education and the Maker Movement.
Another CES is in the can. Now you can relive our coverage in this collection of photos.
Editor’s Pick Sorry, Mom. You’re going to be stuck in your dream kitchen for a while if Whirlpool and CES have anything to say about it.
LAS VEGAS — Propellers. Blinking lights. Whirring flywheels. Onboard cameras. Arrays of fancy sensors.
LAS VEGAS — As one of biggest hardware companies at this week’s 2014 International CES trade show, Sony had a huge opportunity to show off new products, but it kicked off today’s press event touting its commitment to ultra high-def video content.
Onstage, Bre Pettis unveils the MakerBot Replicator 3D Printing Platform. Not a new printer, not a new scanner. This is a three-piece lineup: Papa Bear, Mama Bear, and Baby Bear.
LAS VEGAS — The workers in Epson’s demo room at the 2014 International CES are slowly, painstakingly hanging a huge sheet of glass from a metal scaffolding erected in the center of the room.
LAS VEGAS — You know the fanciest elliptical machines at the gym? The ones that feel like you’re climbing through mounds of semi-firm butter, the ones with all the cool training courses, and most importantly, the ones that tell you how fast your heart is beating and what “zone” you’re in?
Editor’s Pick (They’re also doing a tablet and a desktop… thingy. But you’ll have to read to the bottom for those deets.)
It’s like the fella said: We make plans, and God laughs.
Nano bots, sonic screwdrivers, security camera-foiling clothing, and a dental implant that makes broccoli taste like cupcakes: We have high hopes for CES 2014.
Ardica is developing a thin and flat fuel cell battery, which can give devices seven days worth of run time on a single charge.
How can Apple take the already excellent iPhone camera to the next level? How about being able to refocus images after you’ve taken them, just like the Lytro camera.
Zepp Labs uses motion capture technology to create wearable gear that tracks and measures athletes’ movements to provide detailed analytics such as speed and angle to evaluate their overall performance.
If you like delivering a modulated electrostatic attraction force to someone’s ear, Disney’s new Ishin-Den-Shin project is just the thing for you.
Guest Post The picture is finally becoming clear with what Apple will be doing around iOS 7 and its release. With all of this information, every organization should be asking: How does this affect us and the experiences we have created?
Editor’s Pick Once segregated, high tech and fashion are beginning to collide.
10 hardware startups to watch, according to momentum data from Mattermark.
In spite of all the talk that Apple is ceding both tablet as well as smartphone market share to Google’s Android, iPad web browsing share just hit a five-month high.
Yellow Jacket is a Louisiana-based startup that produces an iPhone case that provides ultimate safety to not just your phone, but also from attackers.
According to a report in Russian newspaper Isvestia, Apple is attempting to trademark “iWatch” in Russia.
For those looking for a cheaper replacement to their old iPods may be in luck, as Apple has announced a new 16GB model of its iPod Touch.
So, you’re looking for a fitness wristband to keep you in a healthy mindset. We’ve compared the top three to help you choose.
A 1,713-strong survey of North American consumers says that 19 percent of us want a shiny new iDevice that doesn’t even exist yet. Or, at least, isn’t public and isn’t purchasable.
Security systems, cars, homes, appliances: everything modern, seemingly, has a remote control. Even you.
Apple fans, do you feel lucky?
It’s likely a design direction for a curved future iPhone, but it’s also possibly a stealth patent filing for an iWatch that makes a little more sense than previously revealed.
When it comes to 3D imaging cameras, such as those used in video games and for 3D printers, your options are kind of limited unless you want to spend tens of thousands of dollars on multiple pieces of equipment. This fact alone makes the $1,800 Lynx A Camera from Austin-based startup Lynx Laboratories all the more impressive.
The “world’s first internet-enabled sex toy” is shipping at the end of the month. Soon, Zeus and Hera will be able to satisfy and be satisfied, even when continents apart.
The idea of creating a sword that also acts as a taser seems sort of unnecessary, but that hasn’t stopped someone from making it.
Ready for some hard-core speculation built solidly on rumor founded squarely on innuendo?
The world’s thinnest watch, made from razor-thin aluminum, the absolute minimum of electronics, and an E Ink display, has now reached 250 percent of its funding goal in just a few days.