In 2012, we saw social components woven deeper into the fabric of the Internet and a dramatic increase in mobile usage.
Fuzz is tackling one of the hardest startup categories around -- yet it's not necessarily doomed. And that's high praise.
Search giant strikes back at column by Nextag CEO Jeffrey Katz, reminding Internet users that if they don't like Google's results, they can always try a different search engine.
Interactive sound installation at San Francisco's Contemporary Jewish Museum rigs up camera, speakers, and robotic know-how to get visitors asking questions from the silly to the sublime.
IBM is laying out a vision in which managers and executives rely on hard, cold facts to make decisions, nudging out gut instinct.
In an effort to avoid a potential apocalypse, the space agency is holding a contest to get people to help it discover deadly asteroids.
The audio company has special algorithms that deliver spatial sound similar to its Atmos technology to your basic headphones.
Yahoo's News Digest app will now curate the top news about the UK.
Realface Glamoflage shirts feature celebrity lookalike faces to throw off recognition algorithms. Just don't expect to look fashionable.