Benedict Cumberbatch is on enigmatic form as the computing pioneer and war hero, but this biopic doesn't quite crack the code.
An experiment in post-literacy doesn't do much to increase comprehension.
By utilizing the URL as a universal and shareable address, this Stanford-backed startup wants to bypass poor city planning and help individuals and businesses find one another.
There are plenty of military shooters flooding the gaming market, so does Spec Ops: The Line do enough to separate itself from the rest of the pack?
Targus talks up the iNotebook concept for iPad at CES. Due in June, the system will beam pen and paper notes directly onto your iPad for editing and sharing.
China, Al Gore, analysts? Almost all of the recent rumors--and there have been plenty--can be traced back to one of eight types of sources.
A new patent application offers a potential look ahead at what Apple plans to bring to its camera application in the form of an augmented reality viewer that makes use of the iPhone's camera.
A new service helps consumers manage their health care costs similar to the way Mint helps manage finances.
Unleashing the surround-sound capabilities of your game console adds an extra dimension to your gameplay, and TubeSurround is exhibiting at E3 again this year to show off its halo-style Tube Sound Headphones.
Chemical Cuisine for iOS and Android dishes the dirt on the dirty ingredients in your dish.