Wearable is bringing us all closer together, and an experimental device embraces this notion by allowing you to touch a friend remotely.
Adario Strange is a writer and filmmaker originally from the East Village of New York City. His work has appeared in publications such as Wired, PC Magazine, and New York Press.
A new concept video uses 3D rendering and effects to show us what the rumored iPhone phablet might look like.
Two men from upstate New York have been arrested after trying to sell a homemade portable X-ray gun designed to deliver fatal results days after hitting its human targets.
A U.S. server company plans to begin offering a solution powered by Apple's new Mac Pro when it is made available later this year, and along with that promise they've included designs of what the next-gen server array will look like.
An interactive map that uses data from several years of tweets from around the world gives us new insight into which smartphones are really leading the way in our biggest cities.
A group of international government officials just released a letter to the CEO of Google asking for details answers on the issue of privacy regarding Glass, a full year before the device is even available to the public.
Unseen footage of Steve Jobs in 1994 shows the co-founder of Apple contemplating what his technology legacy might be after he's gone.
New York's Citi Bike program is leading the way with urban bike sharing, and a clever helmet hack could help that effort by making it easier to find docking stations.
Hoping to show off the strength of its screen protection product, one company has inadvertently given us a glimpse at what homemade drone weapons may soon look like.
Although the promise of Google Glass has many excited, a new offering looks to give some of the same capabilities to motorcyclists, without the need of the search giant's cloud software services.