Brendan Eich, who left the Firefox maker during a firestorm over his anti-gay-marriage views, says his new startup's software will make the Internet faster, safer and better in ways today's Net powers won't pursue.
From the Cheapskate: Stop the keychain madness! This handy gizmo allows your keys to ride comfortably in a pocket, without the bulge or jingle.
From the Cheapskate: This family room-friendly projector includes a built-in speaker and two HDMI inputs. Plus: Win a "hoverboard."
US startup Bolt Threads reckons it has one-upped spiders to unlock the incredible potential of synthetic silk.
The automaker wants to appeal to those fretting that cars gather increasing amounts of personal data. But make no mistake -- it still would like to make use of that data to improve driving.
Hyperloop Technologies, one company pursuing a futuristic transportation idea, believes it'll build three demonstration lines early next decade.
Eric Migicovsky believes smartwatches will be the norm in a few years. And yes, he thinks Pebble can fend off competition from the Apple Watch.
Telecommuters and long-distance students have bought 5,000 Double Robotics telepresence robots to bring a more human touch to long-distance electronic interactions.
It won't be easy to reproduce Apple's cultural influence and loyal fan base, but the Chinese phone maker is going to try, says co-founder Carl Pei.
The Inbox app's new "smart reply" feature offers three ready-made responses to emails. It looks simple but exemplifies deep-learning technology that's getting more important at the Internet giant.