Streetlight.Vision's software means the US company can add new services like pollution monitoring to its wireless networks.
The company unveils TouchSense Engage, which uses touch feedback technology to simulate the roar of a crowd or the boom of an explosion.
The tech giant pulls out of the conservative lobbying group that is known to have pushed legislation to block renewable energy development.
It took awhile, but Lego has finally approved a set of three female scientist minifigures, along with their laboratory gear, to become an official product.
In what looks like a turnaround, App Store guidelines now say apps "may facilitate transmission of approved virtual currencies."
China Labor Watch and Green America say the iPhone maker hasn't lived up to its commitments to improve worker conditions in a China factory.
A report suggests that Detroit is to install technology that monitors your distracted driving. At what point does the tech itself become too much of a distraction?
In an interview, Synaptics CEO Rick Bergman talks about the opportunities that stem from the Internet of Things and describes his idea of the holy grail of biometric sensors.
A reference design by Freescale Semiconductor aims to put Qi wireless charging into car consoles and restaurant tables.
Windows Phone users can now stream Spotify for free, no subscription required.