Stereotypes be damned. A recent survey found that women above the age of 18 make up significantly more of the gaming population than boys below the age of 17.
South Carolina will investigate the possibility of using electronic license plates whose text could be altered remotely by the DMV. They also could be used to track your vehicle.
Edward Snowden's flight from the authorities got us thinking about what it would take to escape. We talk to a man who makes people disappear for a living.
PointGrab believes their purely software-based approach to gesture control may be the key to bringing this new take on UI to the masses.
Comcast unveiled two new technologies today that it hopes will keep customers from cutting them cords.
Comcast, the nation's largest ISP, just announced a plan to add a public Wi-Fi signal to users private routers.
A Google Reader junky's week-long test drive with RSS-reader, Bloglovin'. Does it have the chops? (Hint: no).
A recent government leak revealed the existence of a vast government data mining operation that included the participation of nearly all the top Web companies, with the exception of one: Twitter. Why did the powerful micro-blogging platform find itself not included in the program?
Hating another person's mobile OS is in your DNA.
A new poll from Pew finds that 56% of American adults now own smartphones. A variety of other demographic findings may surprise you.
A research team at the University of Washington has developed a way to enact gesture control across all devices using the WiFi router in your living room.
The popular video social platform Vine has finally made its way into Google Play. Now Android users will be able to explore the inexplicably trendy world of six second video.
Stanley is an Internet-connected vintage player piano powered by a MacBook Air that can play just about any song you tweet his way.