A 3D cardboard avatar will cost you less than a ticket to see the next 3D "Avatar" movie.
Moving is hard enough without the added stress of confusing snarls of cables and electronic gear. A little planning ahead can make moving your tech much simpler.
Even though sandboxing restrictions means more work for developers, users should notice little change to most applications.
The video eyewear company says it'll start selling augmented reality glasses this fall that are slim enough to look normal.
Some Windows programs are more convenient to have running in the background and out of the way. We'll show you how to avoid needing to manually minimize a program every time you run it.
The new 1008P has a brand new look, created by industrial designer Karim Rashid (who designed, among other things, the Dirt Devil Kone vacuum).
Initial data from NPD Group shows that iPad sales in April aren't cannibalizing Mac sales after all, though iPod sales are down.
Oracle isn't making much of a dent in Red Hat's Linux business, perhaps because its support and cost advantages may be overstated, according to Gartner.
Essentially, filing has pressed the fast-forward button on the copyright proceedings and minimized what it could owe Apple.
Wait, don't just burn that extra money; pay someone two G's to make a robotic Mini-Me.