Google's new Nexus 5 phone could pack some very cool new camera tech that lets you refocus your photo after you take the shot.
A new report by IHS iSuppli dethrones Nintendo as the top buyer of tiny components called Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems during 2010. Leading the pack was Samsung, followed closely by Apple.
At Ceatec, Hitachi Displays unveils a prototype display, developed with a U.S. company, that uses microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS, technology.
TSMC, the largest contract chip manufacturer in the world, will crank up its MEMS foundry business. These tiny devices are used in Apple's iPhone and the Nintendo Wii.
The sponsor of a bill related to public safety and big cats didn't draft it with dating profile pictures in mind, but all those snaps of guys cuddling with tigers will be affected.
Over the centuries, the skies have opened to rain forth everything from alligators to pieces of red meat. Perhaps the schlocky sci-fi flick hitting Friday isn't so sci-fi after all?
The hardware maker is fast at work on a fix for a bug that leaves multiple devices vulnerable to exploits.
iKey's latest model has no crevices between the keys, making it both waterproof and easy to clean.
If you have one of the newer "Unibody" MacBook Pro systems, you may run into problems where the system seems to run out of available RAM more than expected, especially when running programs that can reserve large amounts of memory.
Notes from the pitch book: Here are some top picks for what to watch for at the conference, based on write-ups in the program.