While we've reviewed Apple's latest hardware offering, we're still in the process of getting to know iOS 6. Spoiler: it's got some pretty frustrating changes, most notably Apple swapping out iOS staple Google Maps for its own proprietary Maps app. It's an inferior offering and today Apple is apologizing for it.
It's a bird! It's a plane! All right, it's actually just a kite, but a pretty awesome one. Shaped like a blue whale, the kite is 100 feet long and is most likely a beast to pilot.
DARPA-sponsored research projects are usually pretty crazy, and so is this one: a group of researchers have created electronic systems that can totally dissolve in liquid after they're no longer needed, even inside the human body.
Ahead of the announcement of the Nook HD and larger HD+, Barnes & Noble invited us and other reporters to a thorough preview event in New York City. There, we were able to get a better idea of what to expect when the pair of high-def tablets lands this November.
The new Replicator 2 looks good on a shelf, but also boasts two notable upgrades: it's insanely accurate with a 100-micron resolution, and can build objects 37 percent larger than its predecessor without adding roughly any bulk to its size.
What you see pictured here may not look like something you'd want to put on your head, but designer Sungak Kim is teaching humble headphones a new trick with his iHead concept: to transform from a set of cans to a pair of speakers on the fly.
Like the first before it, Borderlands 2 is a game mostly about really big, really crazy sci-fi weaponry. As a sequel, the game offers up a clearly improved yet faithful experience for the familiar. For the first-time player, here's a good a place as any to get into Borderlands.
If a spaceship was leaving for Mars tomorrow, I'd want to be on it. There is no spaceship leaving for Mars — not tomorrow and not for a while — but, thanks to good ol' Curiosity, I can still watch videos like this and pretend I'm on my way down toward our ruddy planetary neighbor.
Nintendo has had kind of a rough go of it lately. After pretty much everyone on the planet bought a Wii and DS, the 3DS launched to a slow start and anticipation for its Wii U console seems tepid at best. You tell me — are you excited? Here's what you can expect when the Wii U lands in November in the U.S.
Alongside the unveiling of the iPhone 5, Apple announced two refreshes in its iPod lineup, showing off an all-new iPod Nano and an updated iPod Touch.