The one big new thing in Apple’s new portables is a doozy: far better battery life.
The unique camera is no longer dependent on a PC for photo sharing.
Now every comment can be worth 1,000 words. Facebook is rolling out the ability to pepper your comments with images in both the desktop and mobile web versions of the popular social network.
Bats do it, dolphins do it — even short-tailed shrews do it.
To promote its summer reading program, the Seattle Public Library did what any enterprising library would do: take a bunch of old books, set them up like dominoes and knock them over.
Apple TV has come a long way since its 2010 revamp, when the only options for streaming video were iTunes, Netflix and YouTube.
Feedly announces Feedly Cloud, an open API and a simple transfer process for Google Reader refugees.
If you play a lot of video games, you’re probably used to cliffhangers, unresolved plot lines and an endless parade of origin stories. So it’s all the more refreshing that the makers of Hotline Miami are drawing the line at one sequel.
Chromebooks are about to get a boost in exposure, with Walmart and Staples adding the cheap laptops to their stores. But the expanded availability has left me wondering what happened to the best Chromebook of all.
The city is teaming up with AT&T to install 25 solar-powered charging stations in parks across the five boroughs. The charges will provide a free boost to dying phones and other mobile devices.
Governor Rick Perry has signed HB 2268, a first-in-the-nation law that requires state and local law enforcement agents to seek a search warrant before accessing and reading Texans’ private email communications.
This man shows us all how to fold a short-sleeve shirt in less than two seconds. Any short-sleeve shirt. He is a witch from the future.
Games good enough that you’ll want to buy a Wii U? Shigeru Miyamoto says they’re almost here.