HTC has unveiled the HTC One smartphone, an Android device with a 4.7-inch full HD (1920×1080) display. The phone will be available worldwide beginning in late March.
Every once in a while, a technological innovation so advanced comes along that we, as a society, might as well just take a break from trying to invent anything else for a few years.
Samsung and bubbly-water-making company SodaStream have partnered to build a 36-inch refrigerator with “the industry’s first-ever automatic sparkling water dispenser.”
Announced in October, Apple’s 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro carried a starting price of $1,700. Apple has now cut that to $1,500 and upgraded other MacBook models as well.
Recent rumors about Apple “experimenting” with a curved-glass smartwatch have escalated, with Bloomberg reporting that the company “has a team of about 100 product designers” working on the project.
The OptiShot Infrared Golf Simulator lets you use your own clubs to hit the links indoors.
In an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session on social news site, Reddit, Bill Gates answered questions about his foundation’s work and, of course, technology.
The New York Times reports that Apple “is experimenting with wristwatch-like devices made of curved glass.”
There are a bunch of great time-lapse videos of this historic jerk of a storm. Here are five.
DropTag is a tiny, low-power Bluetooth sensor that can be stuffed inside a package before it leaves the warehouse and relay damage data to you in real time.
The question that makes up the title of this post was the very same question that led a post written by my colleague Harry roughly a year ago.
Remember handwriting? The old-timey art of transferring ink or charcoal to paper has been largely sidelined by technology, but a technology-infused pen is looking to bring handwriting into the current century.