It might soon be possible to brew fresh coffee on top of Kilimanjaro (or pretty much anywhere else) thanks to a battery-powered brewer/mug.
The FAA has relaxed rules on using electronics on airplanes. But that doesn't necessarily apply to your next flight. Here's a list of when each US airline plans to allow passengers to use gadgets during all phases of a flight -- updated as changes happen.
Agency expects airlines to begin letting you use your electronic devices -- in airplane mode -- from departure to arrival by the end of the year.
BitTorrent gets in on the apps craze by offering users the ability to work with applications in the first release candidate of its Mainline 7.1 service.
The next frontier for the Kindle king is to shoehorn the Amazon ecosystem into a smartphone.
Foxtel is delivering eight dedicated channels of London 2012 coverage, and they're available over Foxtel IPTV services for a $50 flat fee.
Google's main products were driven by data, not art. Can the new Yahoo boss adapt that mindset from Google?
Google's Internet evangelist, responsible for the address shortage on today's Internet, is anxious for IPv6 improvements. Also: his views on U.N. regulation, censorship, bandwidth caps, and .google.
A new patent application from Apple paints a picture of a future filled with gadgets that can be charged wirelessly, and be updated before you even open them up.
Developers outside Google who want to build on the mobile OS's foundation should be able to stretch out and blossom. That should pay dividends for building a better Android.