"One small step for robots," says deceptively friendly Kirobo, a conversation droid designed to liven up the ISS.
Music streamer startup Rocki says it plans to "revolutionize the industry" and plans additions to its Play product series such as more music services, better support and new devices.
Obnoxious movie patrons versus ninjas? My money is on the ninjas. A London cinema has raised an army of them to quiet rude customers.
A recent FCC vote improves the chances for in-flight cell phone use, but not everybody is thrilled about the possibility.
Amazon is planning to take on Siri with a rival voice service, having quietly bought Yap.
A new SEC filing reveals that Amazon picked up Yap, a company that specializes in voice transcription technologies.
This week, we wore pixels on our face, wrote our name in the stars, and let RFID and the Internet sort our socks for us.
Collide, which lets multiple programmers tap into a software development project, is open-source software now that Google has cast it off. One project member hopes it'll inspire related projects.
Google is reported to be using a nifty Star Trek in-joke as a codename for a Siri competitor, known as Majel.
The executive chairman says Android phones outship the iPhone, are cheaper, and now have a better operating system. So why do developers support iOS first?