Now that half a billion people self-identify with groups, the social network is getting serious about its intentions for this oft-forgotten product.
A report suggests that Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda was "star-struck" when meeting Facebook's chief executive. Could that really be the case?
San Francisco ice cream maker Robyn Sue Fisher shows SmartPlanet how a machine called "Kelvin" uses liquid nitrogen to whip up ice cream made to order.
Once a device solely for the corporate crowd, the smartphone has taken off among consumers, who love the iPhone and its ilk--but not necessarily their providers.
San Francisco business serves up made-to-order ice cream with a machine -- developed by the shop owner -- that runs on liquid nitrogen and uses fresh ingredients without the stabilizing ingredients found in pre-made products.
If the Coffman Labs G1-A stereo preamplifier sounds like it was designed by a physicist who also plays violin, well, it was!
The company has been testing iPad screens in recent months that measure almost 13 inches diagonally, The Wall Street Journal reports.
We crowdsource entertainment, why not our hearts? The Dating Ring Crowdtilt Campaign wants to send East Coast single ladies searching for Mr. Right to the Bay Area. It's all about taking a chance.
A poster on Chinese microblogging site says that a friend has seen the much-rumored models and that they could be released this year.
Audeze has long been one of the Audiophiliac's favorite brands, and its new LCD-X headphones are a game changer!