A smartwatch is a wristwatch device that connects to the Internet, directly or via a smartphone, and runs apps.
Google Reader and RSS fans fear a future in which decisions about what they see, watch, read and listen to are determined by secret algorithms and the whims of the social media masses.
From Indigo to Google's Field Trip, a brand-new generation of smart apps represent first steps toward the future of all human-machine interaction.
The good news is that transparent-display phones and tablets are possible. The bad news is that they're undesirable.
The mobile landscape could look a lot different five years from now as Linux-based platforms gun for iOS and Android.
Private posts on social networks should be unsharable on the network and the pictures should be undownloadable.
One thing to remember in the David Petraeus fiasco: Email feels now, but email is forever. And so are social media and other online activities.
The social networking service's current, multi-column stream is amateur-hour design that subtly irritates and frustrates mainstream users.
The advantage is that by taking many more pictures, you're more likely to capture unexpected or better images.
Analysis: Everywhere you look on the social networks, posts with pictures get most of the attention and engagement.
The fake Twitter followers industry is just the tip of the iceberg -- in fact, a huge fake-popularity industry takes many forms.
Opposition to biometric ID is pretty widespread, and most of that opposition is based not on prophecy, but on concerns about privacy.
Analysis: Everybody calls Microsoft a software company, but of course Microsoft makes hardware, too.
Analysis: The social networking sites' woes started with its IPO and have continued ever since.
Chirp uses sound to transmit words, pictures and URLs from one phone to another, and it gets its name because its data transmission sounds like a robotic bird.