Taking consumer drones to the next level, 3DR's latest quadcopter can follow you toting a stabilized GoPro camera to record your every move and does it for less than $1,000.
Google Maps should be the all-knowing geographic assistant that gets me where I need to go. But after some botched navigation on a European vacation, I now have trust issues.
Art installation Help Me Obi plays projected video that viewers can walk around and watch from any position.
Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute demos its handheld 3D scanner, while XYZ shows off new Da Vinci 3D printers.
Having shown in a previous ad how everyone wants to photograph everything with their iPhone, a new Apple ad shows everyone navigating the world, while listening to their own soundtrack.
VR. Indies. And a landscape in flux. Here's what struck me about E3 2014, beyond the big-budget consoles and AAA games.
For ages, the iPhone has been columnist Danny Sullivan's go-to gadget. But the Galaxy S4, with its large screen, has now become his "first reach" device.
I've been a faithful iPhone owner for over five years, but unless the next model has this feature, I'm switching to Android.
Google Glass is expected to reach store shelves sometime in 2014. When it does, the connected headset could do more than change the wearables market: it could change Google, too.
New service Appsify.me lets you create your very own iPhone app, even if you're a C++ noob.