Marie Curie, the scientist who coined the word radioactivity and won not one but two Nobel prizes, was born on this day 144 years ago.
The Massaud Canopy shuts out the world, but has LED lighting and tablet support. Slightly cozier than sticking your head in the sand.
In an innovation that could benefit the disabled, a French researcher finds a way to trick the eyes into moving more smoothly so they can be used like a pencil to write cursive.
In a YouTube video, a child tries to push the non-existent buttons on a magazine as if it was touch-screen enabled.
Sprint and T-Mobile say their customers will get to buy Samsung's Galaxy S5 in a couple of months. AT&T said it will reveal more soon.
The Android Open Source Project's technical lead, Jean-Baptiste Queru, bolts for Yahoo following a public denouncement of strife between Google and hardware partners.
A Nobel Prize winner believes the Internet may have stopped Hitler in his tracks, but this is unlikely, given modern history.
A city, needing oil to thrive, leaves the map in search of black gold.
Promoting his new movie, "The Monuments Men," the suave actor reaffirms his loathing of tweeting.
At the TechCrunch50, fotonauts rolled out is new Web application for navigating, organizing, sharing and collaborating on images.