Latvian operations are targeted and, in a rare event, two arrests are made.
Flurry says people use mobile apps more than the Web, but it's an apples to oranges comparison.
Negotiating a settlement is expensive and difficult -- which is why automating the process so that a fee can be agreed on in minutes is so appealing
A telepresence robot due on sale next year hopes to do a better job of being you than any previous bot.
Readers can hold a physical book of images and a web-based application to create 3-dimensional poems.
As a recent patent application from Apple reveals, it's a zero-sum game between creepiness and utility when it comes to data-based friend matching.
$68 million goes to wireless charging, smart buildings, cooler LEDs and other tech.
The discovery of alien DNA in the published human genome raises important questions about preventing 'virtual infections'
Researchers at the University of Michigan take another step towards the Holy Grail of neurological technology--a device that would restore natural movement to the paralyzed.
Lytro's technology is never out of focus and allows 3D from a single lens