Fido might be yawning because he needs a nap, or he might just be showing his empathy, study suggests.
A cup of joe is just a yawn away when you're standing in front of a coffee machine with facial-recognition software.
As one of his digital cohorts tries to explain the backstory of Halo, Conan O'Brien is bemused -- until, that is, he sees his virtual girlfriend.
If you're disappointed with what the new iPad has to offer, Apple won't mind. Its challenge isn't this product, it's the next one. (Hint: It's two letters long.)
The Verizon iPhone goes on sale in San Francisco without the fanfare of its previous AT&T counterparts.
You'd be kidding yourself if you expected Facebook's quiet CEO Mark Zuckerberg to drop serious bombs in his interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer. But, hey, people watched it anyway.
NEC adds 5:4 monitor to EA Multisync series. You know, I'd almost forgotten they still make standard aspect ratio monitors.
Guess what? The servers stayed up and nothing exploded when Facebook's vanity URL program went live tonight.
Scientists in Denmark develop a lawn mower controlled by a Wii remote. It is already causing uncontrolled joy among municipal workers.
Computing has moved beyond the desktop, so why should we care that Novell's Suse Linux will be preinstalled on a range of HP computers?