Highly automated and app-savvy, this smart frame makes it easy to share photos with tech-challenged relatives.
Almost 2 billion people around the world use smartphones -- typically worth hundreds of dollars a pop on the black market. A former smartphone thief explains their allure to street criminals.
Apple's September 9 invitation is out, and as the yearly tradition follows, some people took to analyzing the invitation. In some cases, folks of the Internet took it too far.
A little girl writes to Google and complains that her daddy gets only Saturdays off from the company. And it's his birthday. Google relents.
[commentary] Just because a site or app lets you post anonymously doesn't mean it's dangerous. There are lots of good uses for these services.
Even as Nike moves to wrist-worn electronics, a company called 3L Labs at CES announces FootLogger, which builds sensors into a person's shoe. Expect them in the second half of 2014.
XCAR's producer took a spin in the track's only Caterham SP/300.R. He liked it.
Outside the Pasadena Apple store, some homeless people claim a businessman failed to pay them for standing in line on his behalf.
Ansys, a company specializing in computer-based engineering simulations, inches the moon-shot idea one step closer to reality.
The Internet is in a panic over a Google legal brief that claims Gmail users have no expectation of privacy when they use the service. Good headline, but let's be honest: that's the entire point of Gmail.