Innovation as we know it has reached its apex.
Forget Yahoo the web portal, forget Yahoo the e-mail service, forget Yahoo the company that just bought Tumblr: Back in 2005, there was a Yahoo DVD player.
What you’re about to read can only be fairly categorized as a technoerotic thriller.
Chris Hadfield, on behalf of my comrades here on Earth, we salute your return to terra firma.
Previously sliced and diced into varying increments and doled out between Gmail and other Google services, the search giant has simplified things.
An Amazon-built smartphone featuring glasses-free 3D and the ability to navigate the interface with your eyeballs? You have my attention.
TechCrunch is reporting that they’ve obtained internal documents containing an offer from Microsoft to buy Barnes & Noble’s Nook business.
Well, that didn’t take long.
The $150 BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer connects to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and lets you measure your blood alcohol content. But like all good gadgets, it takes things a step further.
Forbes‘ Andy Greenberg details the test-firing of a 16-piece plastic gun created with an $8,000 3D printer. All the pieces except for one were printed: “The only non-printed piece is a common hardware store nail used as its firing pin,” writes Greenberg.
Say what you will about Windows 8. If it’s done anything, it’s gotten hardware manufacturers to rethink the tried-and-true laptop design. Case in point: two new machines from Acer.
If you use both Gmail and Google Calendar for your e-mail and planning needs, respectively, you can now create calendar events from directly within Gmail messages.