Every year, lifehackers everywhere gather together in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York to peddle their own special brand of DIY genius.
The social network is getting ready to launch a mobile ad platform that will allow it to better challenge Google's AdMob, Recode reports.
A quirk in Samsung's latest phablet could potentially make it harder for users who choose to install their own operating system to have their warranties honored.
The company has been testing iPad screens in recent months that measure almost 13 inches diagonally, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Autodesk's free educational app is intended to help kids discover science and engineering--but mostly it's just "Incredible Machine"-style fun.
A newly published patent application suggests Apple has worked on a stylus that would provide haptic feedback for an improved user interface.
The latest tidbit to emerge about the early version of the forthcoming Windows interface is the apparent inclusion of Metro-style apps for news, sports, and travel.
A free collection of adapters lets you create crazy toy mashups by connecting parts from 10 popular building toys.
CES has a new startup section, and it's packed with garage tinkerers trying to live out their dreams. A few of note include lens maker Kogeto, rubber-ring maker TxtRng, and robotics company Ologic.
Voice control isn't the only thing Apple's Siri and Microsoft's Kinect have in common. In both cases, developers have taken it upon themselves to use the software in ways the makers did not intend.