Nielsen finds nearly half of the consumers it surveyed like using quick response codes on their phones to buy things in stores.
Five Best Buy stores unknowingly played host to a thought-provoking art exhibit that questions our obsession with gadgets.
Created initially as a joke, a piece of useless rectangular plastic may have a use after all.
Chocolate experts from Nestle set about crafting a chocolate teapot that can stand up to boiling water and still turn out a lovely cup of tea.
A Vermont bakery and coffee shop shuts off its Wi-Fi and discovers that people quite like it.
In an interview with Bloomberg, CEO Thorsten Heins questions the value of tablets, pouring cold water on a PlayBook successor.
Presenting author information in search results wasn't as useful as Google had expected.
Engineer Nell Watson worries that it won't be easy to teach powerful robots values.
Dropbox's design chief arrived at the online storage company with his stylish and popular email service, Mailbox. Now, as Dropbox evolves, he's helping it design a way into every facet of our digital lives.
A new Pew Report examines the world in the near future. It'll be one in which robots aren't confined to machine-like tasks.