Once the mobile maker to beat, BlackBerry is fighting for survival. Its secret weapon: the first-ever BlackBerry phone powered by Google's Android software.
Daniel Terdiman hits the road yet again, this time to find the tech and science hot spots in the Rockies and Great Plains. You're invited to follow along on his travels--without getting the left-arm sunburn.
From the Cheapskate: Stop the keychain madness! This handy gizmo allows your keys to ride comfortably in a pocket, without the bulge or jingle.
Two Skype co-founders form a new company, Starship Technologies, to try to lower the cost of package delivery with six-wheeled robots.
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.
The evolving energy industry could totally change the way you think about electricity in your home.
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.