It's everything you can expect to see at Google I/O 2014. Google pushes for smartwatches, Android TV, and the next flavor of Android.
At the E3 games show in Los Angeles, Sony reveals new games and sequels, updates to its Now service, and its branded set-top box, PlayStation TV.
Activists hand out cupcakes and coffee to Pinterest employees in bid to press company's management to use greener energy to power its Internet business.
Adventures in Tech looks at the Galaxy S3 -- the phone that saw Samsung find its groove.
Sony's pricey, stylish Xperia S is packed with multimedia tricks but is undone by a slow processor and lackluster display.
New Zealand design engineer Olaf Diegel has 3D-printed an electric guitar, bass, drum set, and keyboard that will be played live at the EuroMold design fair in Frankfurt, Germany.
A stage production called Mr et Mme Rêve uses 3D projection technology to create a "virtual-reality room" in which the actors perform.
Google search on Chrome for desktop can now be voice activated with the "OK, Google" command thanks to an official plug-in.
analysis Facebook Home signals a new era in the war between Android and iPhone, and right now Google has the advantage.
Mazda followed the 2012 engine update to the Mazda3 with an entirely new rebuild of its hatchback model, unveiling the 2014 model today at a special event in New York.