Four new books showcase human history, all in Legos. They range from depictions of assassination attempts on US presidents to full Shakespeare plays presented with the famous bricks.
As the Egyptian leader was ousted by the military, he and his allies live-tweeted their side of the events. Now the world can read these tweets, because of Twitter's new translation tool.
More bad news for the PC and Windows 8. AMD stock gets clocked, and PCs sink in Europe.
The social-gaming company had revenue of $332 million for the quarter ending June 30, well below the analyst forecast of $344.8 million.
Sony launches the Xperia X and a 4K OLED TV, as robot tanks with lasers roam the halls on press day at CES 2013.
The British Army could disappear in the next five years -- and not because of defence cuts. Backroom boffins at BAE Systems plan to use e-ink, the technology inside the humble ebook reader, to turn tanks invisible.
SustainX, spun out of Dartmouth, is developing a energy production system that uses compressed air stored in portable containers, rather than in natural underground formations.
Ruggedized firewall designed to protect military networks.
Zuora debuts online payment service with PayPal connection, the second product from a start-up focused on the software-as-a-service business.
Give (and get) shocks with every 'hit'