Nagging "navigational" novelty device offers driving advice so you don't have to feel too lost and alone without your usual backseat driver.
Glassdoor releases its annual list of the top 25 oddball interview questions, 16 of which come from tech companies. This year reveals some knockouts.
Following a Newsweek report naming the creator of the cryptocurrency, the Southern California man tells the AP he hadn't heard of Bitcoin until three weeks ago.
In order, perhaps, to pressure their parents unduly, teens are now posting their holiday wish lists for all to see. Oh, and their biggest shopping influence is, sigh, Taylor Swift.
At CES 2014, Audience's family of processors offer accurate always-on voice command technology in mobile devices, without draining battery.
Onstage at Build 2014, Microsoft's Joe Belfiore demos the Halo-inspired personal assistant software meant both to tout Bing and push Siri and Google Now aside with its cool factor.
Startup incubator Y Combinator demos a refreshingly high volume of companies tackling real issues, from hearing loss and elderly care to immigrant hiring and sending money home.
analysis Early previews of Google's wearable platform focus on bringing Google Now's voice and touch control to a smartwatch, but Crave's Eric Mack says the real future is on the move.
Security researchers warn that many emergency alert system devices used by radio and TV stations are susceptible to cyberattacks, which could cause widespread panic.
Freezing the video of the trailer for the new Tomb Raider game, we made a couple of interesting gadget observations.