Google kills its Reader, beloved by many (but not enough).
Personalized and interactive advertising experiences are becoming a lot more important than just simple banner ads.
Google's brand name made Reader work in Iranians' favor.
Netflix now allows frictionless sharing of the movies you watch on Facebook.
The New York Times "prototypes" a new site design for readability, while The Daily Mail mints money by actively thwarting it.
A $70 device will tell you how efficiently you’re driving, and can even call 911 for help in the event of an accident.
The world's largest search engine is now experimenting with jewelry that would eliminate the need to remember dozens of passwords.
Hysteresis + path prediction = slick UX.
With Microchip’s BodyCom technology, the human body is the medium for short-range authentication.
Everpix organizes photos after analyzing them with software that can detect things such as animals, outdoor scenes, and people.