Tech & Gaming
An the most impractical iPhone accessory yet goes to this series of cases that look like different foods.
Yesterday afternoon, Google announced the official public launch of Google Music, which acts a lot like iTunes and Amazon MP3.
A researcher in Japan has developed an amazing training tool that uses augmented reality to show novice workers techniques to solve difficult work problems.
Thomas Suarez is an app developer who recently delivered a TED Talk at a conference in Manhattan Beach. He’s also still in the 6th grade.
Today videogame maker Valve (maker of blockbuster titles like Half-Life and Portal) revealed that their online games delivery system, Steam, was hacked and some credit card data may have been compromised.
A while back, Nokia unveiled a bendable screen that could be used in a phone. And now they’ve put that technology to use in this new prototype that bends, stretches and twists to give you tactile control over ever part of your phone.
A scientist in Texas has developed a way to make threads that turn invisible.
Despite their crazy high price tag, these t-shirts are on to something. Each shirt has three stripes of microfiber material that cleans the screens of your phone or other device and can wipe away any dirt from your glasses.
If you’d like to know just how many germs are on your keyboard, cell phone and remote control, well, don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Barnes & Noble has announced their entry into the world of tablets: the Nook Color eBook reader.
The Internet is no longer an accessory to daily life, but a necessity. A report from Cisco shows more than half of respondents claim they couldn’t live without the Internet in their daily life.
If you have either technophobia or arachnophobia or a terrible mixture of both, this robotic spider is most likely your worse nightmare.
Somehow AOL still has 3.5 million dialup subscribers.
Apple is apparently working on a TV that will be voice-controlled using the technology developed for the voice-activated personal assistant in the iPhone 4S, Siri.
Google has unveiled a new project where businesses can sign up to have Google use their street view cameras to show the inside of stores within Google Maps.
Siri, the new voice-controlled personal assistant for the iPhone 4S, apparently can’t understand the accent of Scottish English speakers.
Probably because of a past few months of epic PR blunders, Netflix has lost over 800,000 subscribers in this last quarter.
Google recently reached an agreement with the United National Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to take pictures of world heritage sites for use in the Google Street View service. One of those heritage sites is a train route in Switzerland that winds through the Alps. In order to capture it, a street view camera (with an operator!) traveled on an open-air, flatbed train car.
If you, like every other Netflix subscriber, are tired of the company’s insane flip-flopping (what is a Qwikster, anyway?), you might soon have another option. The creators of music service Rdio (and Skype) have announced a new video streaming site called Vdio
Virgin has announced their new hub for space travel, the Virgin Galactic Gateway to Space, is complete and open for business.
The iPhone 4S first reached the doorsteps of eager customers this past Friday, but its debut has already proved to be record-breaking.
It’s almost always cute when babies learn to use technology—it always elicits They’re just like little people! reactions. So this video (embedded below) of a little girl who thinks magazines should work like an iPad is very cute.
New sidewalks made up of recycled rubber slabs will convert the kinetic energy from pedestrians’ footsteps into electricity.
So, Blackberry users, this week has been pretty rough, huh.
Remember when Netflix decided they hated their customers and announced a split into two companies? Yeah, that’s not happening anymore.
In 2008, MySpace hit a dubious landmark: It was taken over by Facebook in overall…
Kristin Tennant shares 4 valuable lessons about life—and faith—that she learned from the life of Steve Jobs.
A group of video game players has helped scientists identify 69 potential planets that could sustain life, using a game-based research tool.
Steve Jobs, the visionary former (and co-founding) CEO of Apple, Inc., has passed away at the age of 56.
Scientists have developed a program that lets monkeys control a virtual arm with brain waves, which they say could help paraplegics through the development of wearable exoskeletons.
Yesterday, the Internet almost exploded trying to anticipate and digest Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 4S. One of the most touted features of the phone is a voice assistant dubbed Siri, which honestly seems like magic. But did you know they predicted Siri back in 1987 (they also kind of predicted the iPad)?
The Italian-language version of Wikipedia has shut down in protest of a new law proposed by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s government which would make it possible for the government to fine bloggers for not removing certain posts.
If you were holding out for an iPhone 5 this October, you’re probably pretty disappointed with today’s less-than-exciting Apple announcement.
Nestle, the largest dog food maker, has released a TV ad specifically geared toward dogs, using a high frequency tone to get their attention.
A new antenna in Chile has been activated, and some astronomers say the new device will enable astronomers to see the universe as never before.
Yesterday, Amazon.com announced their new tablet computer, dubbed the Kindle Fire.
In a testament to their stranglehold on popular culture, Angry Birds has now sold more copies than the Mario franchise.
After years of depending on DVD sales and home video sales, movie studios are realizing the industry is swiftly changing to online streaming and cheap, fast kiosks like Redbox. So, naturally, they’re going to try to strangle those services and instead make their own that will cost a lot more money.