The England and Wales High Court ruled on Friday the Nintendo’s Wii game controllers used technology patented by Philips.
Yesterday Intel announced that they are getting into the messaging world with the release of Pocket Avatars an app that lets you pick a cartoon-like substitute to deliver your messages.
Facebook engineers have gone all the way to Africa to research ways to make their Android app more usable in areas where service is limited and handsets less robust.
Both Microsoft and Google have announced that they will be adding a kill switch feature to their next generation smartphones. The move really is a ‘no brainer’.
The Internet is a constantly evolving beast, and while it’s hard to set precise milestones, we reckon that we’re now entering the fourth wave of the net.
Snapchat users will be treated to a new feature called Our Story at the Electric Daisy Carnival music festival in Las Vegas next weekend.
BlackBerry and Amazon have announced that beginning with version 10.3 BlackBerry users will be able to shop for apps in Amazon’s Appstore.
Nest Labs has started shipping their Nest Protect smoke and carbon monoxide detectors again, only this time the device won’t turn itself off with the wave of a hand.
Slingshot, which was accidentally released and then recalled by Facebook earlier this month, lets users send self-destructing images but in order to receive and view a photo, the recipient must first
How can you infect your smartphone with malicious software without downloading dozens of questionable apps? Simple. Buy a phone that’s already infected!
Microsoft is introducing a new cloud-based service called Azure Machine Learning that helps companies use data analysis to predict behavior.
There are a lot of things you probably didn’t know about website usage, online purchasing and mobile. We found 55 stats that might surprise you.
The social network has announced that it will be collecting your browsing habits, building your digital demographic profile, and serving it up to advertisers.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has stated that the FCC will encourage network providers to improve cybersecurity and if they don’t the FCC is ready to step in.
Comcast has started turning Houston subscribers into Wi-Fi sharers. Up to 150,000 Comcast routers have been activated with a new "xfinitywifi" initiative, effectively making them Wi-Fi hotspots.
So you’re ready to roll out a new app - or maybe you already have. There are a few things you need to consider before you rush your app to market. Here are the top 5 biggest mistakes.
Intel has partnered with WiTricity to one day put an end to chargers and power adapters. The technology uses near-field resonance to allow charging of many different devices at once.
One San Francisco theatre chain has banned the wearing of Google Glass devices in their theatres, also throwing in a hilarious public service announcement against texting.
Apple has recently started rejecting apps that offer users incentives for social sharing, and apps that promote other apps. We look at the reasons behind this move.
Last December Apple met with the FDA to get some clarification about what types of health apps and devices would or would not fall under FDA rules and regulations.
Bleamcard is a cool augmented reality enhanced business card/smartphone combination that lets you add an impressive array of information, pictures even video to a standard paper business card.
A new accessory called Peek-I is making an appearance on indiegogo.com and it promises to turn your smartphone into a discreet spy device. Peek-I is a tiny mirror gadget attachment.
Dos Owls is looking to launch ODIN, a small, lightweight projector with built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, speakers and Android KitKat. The company is raising seed money on Kickstarter...
Amazon is going to be announcing something the week after next, and all the current speculation points to a 3D phone.