Collecting data via smartphones could solve several problems cognitive psychologists encounter when trying to study people with as little bias as possible, new research suggests.
Episode 37of the Digital City, where we discuss the new Apple iPhone 3Gs and the Palm Pre; the best of E3, according to Nielson; a record legal judgment against online music sharing; and why you can't trust anyone's laptop battery life tests, except ours.
Yahoo Video streams surged 56 percent and unique users grew 35 percent in September, according to Nielsen Online.
On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, hosts Jeff Bakalar, Wilson G. Tang, and Justin Yu look over the new Froyo update for the HTC Evo 4G and Google's Android operating system, discover Android sales outpacing iPhones, and compare Wilson's iPhone 4 to Jeff's HTC Evo.
Ad agency Starcom teams with TiVo to be the first to use its Nielsen ratings-like data to track which television shows and ads people fast-forward through, watch, and time-shift.
Who knew -- Apple still makes computers, and today launched a bunch of new ones, plus a ginormous desktop trackpad to go with them. Also: The robot that will make you breakfast. Eventually.
Digital cameras can do video, and Flickr will be able to as well. The catches only pro members can post videos, and there's a 90-second limit.
I think we're going to have to call WiMax dead. After all, the CEO of a WiMax network said it's a "disaster." Ouch.
Buzz Out Loud's European army mobilizes to strike down the evil generalizations of Brian Cooley. Hey, plus you guys have iPhone now!