The race to build a better Oculus Rift is officially on.
Boeing's new smartphone, called Black, will self-delete its entire contents if tampered with, and won't even dramatically warn you before it does so.
IBM wants to embed its cognitive supercomputer Watson into the next generation of smartphone apps.
Meet the Toro-bots, Alarm-o-bot's zenned-out cousins.
The world of smartphones is about to get a whole lot
You won't be afraid of the dark when you're shooting with Nikon's hyper-sensitive D4s
By using Spritz, an app that displays one word at a time instead of continuous text, you can easily double (and maybe even triple) your reading speed.
We're always driving in to work along the same roads anyway, so why not let your car streamline the experience?
Captain Phillips could someday sleep soundly as he pilots not one, but dozens of cargo ships from his couch.
MasterCard’s new security feature uses your smartphone’s location to verify purchases made abroad or at home.