Adobe will join forces with stylus manufacturer Adonit to bring its Mighty and Napoleon hardware products to market in 2014.
Tech bloggers are all lathered up about Mike Arrington's call for someone, perhaps him, to band together uberbloggers to "crush" CNET...and me.
Adobe has committed to bring the Napoleon ruler to market, but hasn't said when.
Apart from transitioning its Creative Suite software to the subscription-based Creative Cloud, Adobe also showed off two new pieces of hardware that it has been working on.
The software company will become a hardware company, too, with its digital pen for iPads in the first half of 2014. The "Napoleon" digital ruler will ship, too, but Adobe didn't say when.
With the Cascada, Vauxhall wants to steal sales from the Audi A5 cabriolet. Yes. Yes it does.
Where haven't the intrepid Google Street View intruders been? The search giant scales France's famous tower.
Appearing on Zach Galifianakis' talk show, "Between Two Ferns," the president explains that he is not a nerd. Among other things.
If you've ever wondered about space travel, how America got its name or whether Barbie considered changing her hair colour, watch today's Tech Time Machine. And even if you haven't wondered about all that, watch it anyway.