Going fast in a four-door with BMW's M6 Gran Coupe, and how to make your old car look like new. Plus, five once exotic performance technologies you can have today.
A powerful new Google+ photo app embodies a sticky situation facing Web developers: embrace the Native Client tech for high-performance Web apps and risk sites that only work for Chrome users.
Is the Chevy Impala an icon reinvented, or is it still Grandpa's car? A new Range Rover for 007, more power from your car in 1 hour, and the tech "highlights" of the Top 5 worst-selling cars.
No, it's not another Facebook app developer--JS-Kit specializes in creating comment, rating, and review apps that Web sites and blogs can install at a lower cost than developing them in-house.
Meet one of the most audacious pieces of kit we've seen — the Droid X360, a PlayStation Vita knock-off named very closely to the Xbox 360, running on Android and packaged with Nintendo and Sega emulators.
After some testing, it's clear that Apple's Camera Connection Kit is equipped to do a lot more than it advertises.
Apple just announced the new iPad, but one of the bigger announcements today aside from that was the availability of iPhoto for iOS.
If you can't decide between a tablet or a smart phone, then rock down to Avenue Q with the Samsung Galaxy Q. The rumoured 5-inch Android device is a combination of tablet and smart phone.
Nikontrol 3K was developed using the Nikon SDK and users simply have to connect the camera to a computer via USB to start tethering. There are some limitations, though.
Samsung has offered a strong hint there's a 10-inch version of the Galaxy Tab in the pipeline, pitching the Android-powered tablet in direct combat with the iPad.