TIME Tech talks about EA’s move to infuse all of its games with pay-as-you-play microtransactions.
TIME Tech talks about the new Chromebook Pixel, a $1300-and-up laptop that runs Google’s web-connected Chrome operating system.
Imagine a bunch of people murmuring to themselves in public, each phrase beginning with “OK Glass.” That’ll be the future if Google has its way.
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.
The OptiShot Infrared Golf Simulator lets you use your own clubs to hit the links indoors.
With the next PlayStation reportedly on the way, let’s look at some of the things I suspect we’d all agree Sony needs to do better this time around.
Important information about BlackBerry (the company formerly known as RIM), BlackBerrys (the new phones), excitable CEOs, beards, vodka, crying and more.
Over at Gizmodo, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak calls the minute-long preview scene from the upcoming jOBS biopic – starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs and Josh Gad as Steve Wozniak – “totally wrong.”
Adore your Shih Tzu? Now it’s possible to create a tiny replica of Fluffy in figurine form for your office. You could also create customized jewelry, an iPhone case or something far more personal.
Mind-controlled helicopters feed on relaxation or concentration. So when the Puzzlebox Orbit started lifting off the ground before I could even start to meditate, I have to assume it’s because CES had already reduced my brain to ooze.
If you’re a local or national TV reporter who’s been assigned the daunting task of putting together a piece explaining the Consumer Electronics Show, here’s the format to follow.
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.