The team behind the popular Fanhattan app for iOS recently unveiled a stylish set-top streaming device that has reportedly been in the works all along.
Extraterrestrial mining company Planetary Resources announces a new Kickstarter project that will allow you to take a picture of yourself from space.
Here are some tech-y gift suggestions for the college grads in your life as they prepare to enter a horrible economy that your generation helped bring about. We're not saying you should feel guilty, but maybe buy them something nice.
Viral content factory Buzzfeed has announced a partnership with cable network turned foodie vacation outlet CNN to create a new Youtube channel: the aptly-dubbed CNNBuzzfeed.
Google just acquired a company that makes flying wind turbines that can harness wind power anywhere.
Amazon has announced that it is jumping into the officially licensed fan fiction business with its new Kindle Worlds publishing platform.
Japanese manufacturer NEC recently introduced a gender-specific phone with a liquid cooled processor.
Yahoo may have just spent more than $1 billion to add Tumblr to its portfolio, but changes to Flickr grabbed much of the focus at a Monday afternoon press briefing.
This weekend, 18-year-old Eesha Khare of Saratogoa, California took home a $50,000 scholarship from this year’s International Science and Engineering Fair for her supercapacitor battery that can fully charge a smartphone in less than 30 seconds. What were you doing when you were 18.
Even though it’s totally against Glass’s terms of service, which explicitly states “you may not commercially resell any Device” a brave citizen of the San Francisco metro area has placed an ad on Craigslist offering their Google Glass Explore Edition for $6500. That’s a good $5k above “retail” value.
In order to bridge the gap between owners’ busy schedules and pets’ overall gullibleness, Petcube allows users to entertain their pets with a remote-controlled laser pointer over the Web.
Pocket Casts has proven itself to be the best podcatching app for Android.
Google unleashed a lot of new features at this year's I/O, but what was missing from the keynote tells a fascinating story about a decidedly quiet event.
We may not have the fancy gadgets of Star Trek: Into Darkness, but we've already surpassed much of the tech in the original series.