The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
A patent describes technology that monitors your location and automatically performs home automation tasks.
Researchers at South Korea's KAIST university have developed a flexible thermoelectric generator that can convert body heat to power.
It may sound perverse, but releasing WinJS as open-source software that works on rival browsers could help Microsoft get more apps on Windows.
Researchers at Yale have developed a method of reconstructing faces locked in the memories of other people.
EyeSight Technologies announces fingertip-tracking technology that enables users to interact with digital devices by pointing at the screen.
Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo are aboard for the launch of the operating system, which lets drivers access various iPhone functions through a car's built-in screen, says a report.
The scalable PlantLink system isn't foolproof or comprehensive, but it does a fine job of using the Internet to communicate your plant's watering needs.
The US government picked several projects designed to get a grip on unmanned aerial vehicle safety, communication, navigation, air traffic control, and more.
Lay down some beats on your iOS device with iRing, finger accessories that let you manipulate music apps by waving your hands.
Apps that draw upon the browser engine now have modern options like video chat and 3D graphics in Google's new KitKat release of Android.