The software giant hopes to reinvigorate its smartphone lineup by creating mobile devices it claims can be as powerful as PCs.
In a Reddit Ask Me Anything session, the physicist expresses more concern about economic inequality than about artificial intelligence.
Looking for someone to serve you? No matter where you live, there's probably a startup just waiting to become your virtual butler.
Technically Incorrect: In Florida, a man on a motorbike decides to show his dexterity during a police chase. It doesn't turn out well.
Not sure where the pictures are in your texts from last weekend's barbecue, but want to save them before you forget? The Save MMS attachments app can help you out.
Technically Incorrect: A group of Belgian optometrists say that you need to regularly avert your eyes from the screen. So they create an app that regularly sends you disturbing images.
Technically Incorrect: A Brazilian woman uses the Waze app to find a particular street. However, there are two streets with similar names in the vicinity. One leads to a favela.
A student's invention could make communication for the impaired easier to manage.
Ashley explains how the phone-brella allows for hands-free rain cover, why flying robots might be handy for making bridges and a study that features participants giving themselves advice in virtual reality. #TDHost
If you've ever suffered from what we like to call "umbrella neck" (when you have to squeeze your umbrella between your neck and shoulder to be able to use both hands), you might enjoy the quirky yet helpful Phone-brella.