Anonymous online activist collective adds research arm to expose corporate fraud and scandals.
Jabra reveals the Jabra Supreme, the first mono Bluetooth headset to have active noise cancellation.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says the microblogging service has a total of 400 million monthly unique visitors as well, reports Search Engine Land.
A study by the author of the well-respected DisplayMate calibration software, pitting active 3D TVs against passive ones, finds passive models better in most aspects of picture quality.
The wearable, connected fitness monitor uses a special algorithm to differentiate among activities, such as running, walking, aerobics, and even cooking and cleaning.
A new study from Pew Internet found that using search engines and grabbing e-mail are the two top activities among people online.
Social-networking giant is working with prison officials to prevent inmates from using their user accounts to deliver threats or unwanted sexual advances.
Most of the Bluetooth headphones we review sit on top of your head, but the Outdoor Technology Bluetooth Tags fit in your ears with a long cord that wraps around your neck, which comes in handy when you're not listening to music.
Today marks the beginning of a weekend spent indoors to escape the heat and the smell coming from a sewage plant in Harlem that's been spewing millions of gallons of untreated New York sewage into the Hudson River since last Wednesday. On today's episode, we're chatting about a mysterious similarity between the trailers for the new Spider-Man movie and the game Mirror's Edge, a pocket urinal solving a wee problem, and more tips on how to help Jeff's dad load songs onto his iPod.
Google's been touting the success of its Android platform again, as its little green robot gets closer to matching the iPhone's uptake.