Printed Spanish, that is--or, if you prefer, printed English into Spanish. This amazing, magical app is something you have to see to believe.
University of Valencia researchers find roughly 25 percent of teens studied have been bullied via the Internet or mobile phone in the past year.
Google will have to head to court to explain the company's collection of data on people's Wi-Fi networks and transmissions during its Street View surveys.
It started as a security breach on the Sony PlayStation network, exposing the personal info of 100 million users. From there, the troubles have mushroomed across the Sony empire and spilled out into the wider world.
The spy version of DARPA wants an automated system that can understand figurative language and what it says about the speaker.
Arrow Revolution Touchscreen Deadbolt is handy if you're always losing your keys. It's also impressive for that postprandial let-me-show-you-my-etchings part of a date.
Hackers, programmers, gamers, and overall dweebs have reason to rejoice. It's Geek Pride Day, when geeks the world over are supposed to revel anew in everything that makes them misunderstood by the other half.
Carrier will bring or expand its 4G LTE coverage to over a dozen new cities across the U.S. next month.
Fresh off raising $50 million, Kobo has announced a new touch-screen e-ink e-reader, the $129.99 Kobo Wi-Fi Touch Edition.
New WritePad 5 app for iPad, Android adds ability to sync with another popular app, Evernote. Marriage points to future where unrelated apps from diverse manufacturers work together on smartphones, tablets.