Heat-seeking technology developed for the military's Javelin missile program might soon be used to save rather than destroy.
The Audiophiliac visits the Masterdisk studio to watch engineer Alex DeTurk at the record cutting lathe.
Scammers are increasingly gaining access to people's personal information through data breaches and malicious software attacks.
Shoppers spent $5 billion while using tablets over the past 12 months, a trend that's going to keep growing, says Javelin Strategy and Research.
Web giant's latest interactive doodle highlighting events at the London Games gives users a kayak, paddle, and water course to complete.
In another keyboard event from the Web giant, a virtual athlete lets would-be Dream Teamers try to shoot as many free throws as possible in 24 seconds.
New doodle features a one-man hurdles race that tests users' ability to make their athlete run fast with one hand while controlling their leap with the other.
The games have kicked off, and Google will post a different doodle every day showing a different sport.
The latest addition to the Olympics tech revamp are two apps that let users watch the world's greatest sports event live from a mobile device.
Microblogging site could use the geolocation startup to power its local targeted ads effort, TechCrunch reports.