The designers of the Pebble watch realized that a mobile phone is more useful if you don’t have to take it out of your pocket.
Despite the need to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the burning of coal has only been accelerating.
An ad delivered straight to the eyeball feels like a violation.
Police can obtain huge quantities of social network data but must sort out the junk to glean useful information.
An easy-to-use EEG cap could expand the number of ways to interact with your mobile devices.
Improved battery life and durability could be big selling points for new phones from Motorola.
The FBI could use software to help identify suspects, and more advanced techniques are around the corner.
Slumping PC sales and a changing server market are maiming Intel. But its plan to sell services for the home’s biggest screen is a long shot.
Many web services offer an accidental megaphone. They need to protect us from ourselves.
Ads that follow you from one website to another are increasingly common, but in the rush for more tailored advertising, age-old wisdom may be lost.