The electronic eyewear will be "smoother" and "better" after moving to the latest Android operating system version, Google says.
No longer a world-beater, Apple still posted a solid second quarter. But -- and here's the key -- it cautioned that sales in the current quarter are weakening.
Reports of a virtual attack on a spam-fighting organization say the events brought down most of the Web, but new reports suggest it was blown out of proportion.
The manufacturer tells CNET it has slowed down its hiring due to a high rate of employee return after the Chinese New Year. The Financial Times says Foxconn has actually frozen recruitment due to slowing demand for the iPhone 5.
Gearhead parents everywhere will be lusting after a British inventor's outrageously fast baby carriage, known as the Megapram.
Apple's court victory has awakened Samsung and other competitors, who will now be more motivated to out-innovate and out-patent their rival.
New report out of Argentina says radiation from a notebook's Wi-Fi connection could decrease the motility of sperm while increasing its DNA fragmentation.
Reports that Apple is scaling back on component orders for its latest iPhone have been greatly exaggerated, say two analyst firms.
Piper Jaffray, a financial services company, says its latest study shows number of Netflix subscribers canceling is slowing. Investors don't see rainbows yet. Netflix's stock is down 9 percent.
The sputtering economy has U.S. consumers foregoing television purchases, with the number of Americans planning to buy new sets plunging to record low levels, IHS says.