Social start-up develops off-grid charging system driven by solar panel or bike generator for people in "frontier markets" who need reliable power for mobile phones, lights, devices.
Today's episode leads with a story that happened to Justin on Memorial Day: a survivalist tale of tech failure, the power of nature, and a tightrope walk above surefire doom.
Garmin launches a rugged, waterproof HD sports camera that integrates with the company's other GPS and outdoor products and accessories.
Tired of following the run for America's president? Gaming Web site IGN calls on voters (including those under 18) to cast a ballot in the video game presidential election.
The smooth and quiet 2014 Jaguar XJL makes driver and passenger comfort its top priority. This luxury sedan and its tech may be aging, but they're doing so gracefully.
Episode 52 of the Digital City, where we talk about the latest Apple tablet rumors, dissect Kindles on campus, bemoan the use of single-core CPUs in 13-inch laptops, and worry about NYC's growing rep as a surveillance state.
At E3 it's all about exclusives, and Microsoft devoted more than half of its press conference to announcing Xbox 360 and Kinect exclusive titles.
Flirting with the brink of monotony, Gears of War 3 steps up to the plate and delivers the most comprehensive title in the trilogy.
In an annual event in San Francisco, Microsoft Game Studios will pull back the curtain on many of its most-anticipated Xbox 360 games.
Now, the Locust are producing city-sized emergence holes, and perhaps not surprisingly, the world is somewhat miffed about it