Pebble announced Wednesday that its smart watch has finally begun shipping.
Sony once had a reputation for building premium products that rivaled Apple's
After a tough year, RIM is looking forward to launching BlackBerry 10, and now its CEO hints that the company might license the operating system to partners for use in non-RIM devices. Is this a good move?
The search behemoth Google is following Mozilla and Apple in encrypting everyone's search queries, which will be implemented in the next version of Chrome.
Civil rights groups argue against an AP lawsuit over use of its news, saying the ruling could restrict Internet innovation and affect time-shifting programming.
Samsung appears to be challenging Apple's iPad mini with the Galaxy Note 8, an eight-inch tablet.
Another previously unpublicized flaw in Java threatens the security of millions of PCs that may still have the application running on it.
In the time since the credit card-size Raspberry Pi computer went on sale, hardware hackers have customized the PC to be everything from a game console to a mini Linux laptop to a supercomputer. We give you the best of the Pi community's hacks.
Bexar County, which surrounds San Antonio, recently announced plans to establish a bookless library system called BiblioTech that will provide 10,000 titles and 100 e-readers.
As more and more PCs have touchscreens, door opens wider for Google's mobile operating system. Perhaps Android could challenge Windows on its own turf.
Recurring security flaws result in a succession of threats and patches, and it may be too late to fix the existing code, a security expert suggests. Oracle has lost control of code for programming language and should simply rewrite it from scratch, he says.
The Wikimedia Foundation's newest venture, the Wikivoyage travel site, is emerging from beta for general use this month, despite pending litigation over ownership of the content.
WiGig is capable of transferring data at a blazing rate of 7Gbps