Analysis: In the digital age, cash registers are obsolete and unnecessary, and Apple is on the money.
Hundreds are working on the coming glass revolution, four companies and one university have announced serious breakthroughs, shattering old ideas about what's possible with glass.
Analysis: Google is being fined for "harvesting" wireless data while it collected images for Street View, and in fact the company did nothing wrong.
One vision of the future puts your phone's sensor data in the hands of megacorporations. But what if you were in control of it?
You are unlikely to ever buy or use flying cars, augmented reality glasses and virtual reality computers.
Analysis: Everyone seems to think that Amazon will continue to succeed in the tablet market, but that's debatable.
Analysis: Sometimes when companies announce incredible new products or technologies and everybody proclaims that culture-shifting transformations are about to take place, nothing happens.
Analysis: The real attraction of this and other so-called phablet devices is the screen size.
Analysis: Steve Jobs isn't the only one who can change the world. Here's a simple starter list of resolutions that could make a difference in 2012.
'Tis the season for "ambient hangouts" -- a way for far-flung friends and family to gather and participate, thanks to Google+ hangouts.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates said the problem of spam would be solved by 2006. Maybe he right--just a few years early.
Analysis: It's a curious thing about some Android users: They have very strong and surprising opinions about people who prefer iPhones.
Microsoft released a video in 2008 and another one this week that together predict the sleek, wireless, connected gadgets we'll all enjoy by the year 2019.
Google's only big blunder in the creation of its otherwise excellent Google+ social network has been a flawed policy on what users are allowed to call...