Hoping to carve out a new type of personal computing, Google has shown off how to use its computerised eyewear to search, navigate, chat and take photos.
There's scarcely a nook or cranny of our planet that isn't home to some flavour of computerised gizmo. Here's our guide to the IT at the edges of the world
Siri was born in the military and was supposed to be built into Android phones -- until Apple flashed the cash.
Vince Vaughan and Owen Wilson are feeling lucky in the first trailer for Google-based comedy The Internship.
Welcome, friends, to the 86th episode of the Crave Podcast. This week hottest tech news includes Microsoft paying customers to use its Live Search Engine
Livescribe takes a fantastic idea and makes it even better, introducing a new app platform to its outstanding recording devices.
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Avatar is James Cameron's latest opus, a 3D sci-fi extravaganza 10 years and $300m in the making. We don our 3D glasses to see if it's the future of film or full of fail
Andy Aaron, the IBM expert quoted by the Authors Guild to prove Amazon's e-book reader could hurt audio sales, says text-to-speech tech is actually a long way from competing with humans.
The latest 'buzz word' for flat-screen television is 100Hz, but with some users experiencing problems, is it all that it's cracked up to be?
From theoretical beginnings in space travel to a toaster-sized prototype to today's multi-megapixel monsters, the digital camera has come a long way. We present photos of some of the milestones along the way.