Retinal projection becomes real in the Glyph, which finally has a working prototype. We give it a whirl.
The TextBuster system makes good on its promise to bust text-messaging and apps, but paying hardware prices for what's basically a software solution is a hard pill to swallow.
Does this just-released image from NASA document the first cybernaut or is it something far more sinister (or way more innocuous)? The simplest problems can have complicated solutions in space.
Peek Calendar has a great-looking interface, but too many missing features make it a download worth skipping for now.
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This $129 Breville slow cooker is more high maintenance than we'd like. If you want something that more reliably sticks to the expected cook time and traditional slow cooker features, consider another model.
While there are a handful of new capabilities in the update to Adobe's entry-level image editor, the most noticeable is a more readable interface intended for middle-aged eyes.
With the 12C, McLaren created something truly special. It wasn't without its critics, so to address them McLaren's launched the 650S - the most capable car the company's made this side of the P1.
A recent patent filing reveals Google wants to implement cameras into their smart contact lenses, plus a sneak peak at Android's new look.
Described in a newly published patent application that originally dates back to 1997, the goggles would display content from your mobile device.
Internet company plans to acquire high-end original programming, joining the likes of Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu, according to the Wall Street Journal.