I’ve covered every square inch of the gigantic Consumer Electronics Show — year after year after year — and I’ve seen a lot of weird stuff. This is the weirdest thing I’ve seen yet.
Jazzhands! Instead of making my own resolutions, here’s what you need to work on when using Twitter this year.
What captured the world’s attention this year? What news events had people buzzing loudest? Google shared some of its year-end search data with TIME ahead of its Wednesday morning public release.
Now that the year-end smartphone season is winding down, it’s time to start dreaming up the next wave of high-powered handsets.
As if deploying drones — unmanned aerial vehicles — on the battlefield wasn’t controversial enough, here’s an even more disturbing question: Should we allow weapon-wielding robots that can “think” for themselves to attack people?
Microsoft may have co-opted Star Trek a full century early by demonstrating an honest-to-goodness universal translator.
This is definitely from the future: a guy, using the power of his mind, literally, to control a bionic leg and climb a skyscraper in Chicago — all 103 floors.
What’s the best way to knock a killer asteroid off a collision course with Earth? Ding-ding if you said “paintball gun.”
Picture an eerily human-like tangle of metal, wiring and lights, cables dangling from somewhere above like puppet strings. Imagine it springing to life, lifting a long, lanky leg that bends 180 degrees at the hips.
Apple announces the long-rumored 7.9-inch iPad Mini. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s amusing watching people describe the latest BioShock Infinite trailer as if developer Irrational were long lost and sending up a flare from the heart of some dark continent. Where did people think the game had gone? Did they …
I don’t know how I feel about live action trailers. While they’re certainly movie-like and sometimes even well-directed, they’re exactly nothing like playing a game, or even watching one.