The NBA's Sacramento Kings are using technology from CrowdOptic that lets fans see what players, cheerleaders, and announcers are seeing through their Google Glass. In real time.
User interfaces are changing with touch, voice, and -- now -- gestures. EyeSight Mobile CEO Gideon Shmuel believes gesture recognition will transform our expectations of PCs, phones, TVs, and tablets.
A fake ad circulating on the Web appears to have fooled some into believing that Apple's new operating system waterproofs their phones.
By offering four times the pixel count of tablets on the market today, Apple is clearly pushing the display technology envelope.
In this week's episode, we take a look at the impressive LG Optimus G Pro, torture the Sony Xperia Z at a chocolate factory, and let a photographer try out the MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina Display.
Molly Wood and Jeff Cannata unbox the fabulous new phablet, the LG Optimus G Pro. The Sony Xperia Z gets dipped in chocolate, and we take the MacBook Pro with Retina Display on the road, photo-shoot style.
Here's a look at the tech behind those TV and online highlights of pro basketball games, in a narrated video produced by the NBA and Silicon Graphics Inc.
A dish scrubber allows you to clean the dishes while making bubbles.
Nokia's decided to try out both phone-destroying events in a series of YouTube videos showing off its first ruggedized phone, the 3720 Classic.
A staple of carnivals and company picnics, now you can buy one for $3,650.