The Google I/O conference has already revealed several cool new products, but it a meet up with co-founder Sergey Brin offered a real hint at what's next for Google Glass.
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.
TNT and TBS become the first major television networks in the U.S. to offer 24-hour live online streaming of all programming.
Concept video shows off how Google Glass might work once its software ecosystem is fully stocked with innovative apps.
A Japanese company has come up with an innovative attachment that connects your smartphone's text messages and emails to a bank of smells.
During an interview with 60 Minutes this weekend, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates showed a rare emotional side while recounting his friendship with Apple's late co-founder, Steve Jobs.
The Kickstarter campaign to erect a giant statue of Robocop in Detroit was successful in terms of funding, and now the actual construction of the statue has finally been revealed.
Google is up to its old tricks again, this time embedding a fully playable version of an old school arcade classic from Atari.
The new World Trade Center is just about ready to open for business, and to commemorate its completion, its builders gave us a look at the new view from high atop the building's spire.
A new promotional installation in Europe by Nike allows visitors to watch as their movements are transformed into beautiful patterns of light and color.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield capped off his long and informative time aboard the International Space Station with a great cover of a classic tune about space travel.