The era of the smartwatch as simply a smartphone peripheral looks like it could be coming to an end, thanks to Microsoft.
When our robot servants start showing up in our living rooms, Sony would like to make sure we don't end up cleaning them as often as they clean up after us.
With Google Glass available to the public (at least for today), Samsung seems to be scrambling to get their AR act together.
On the downside, we suppose keeping what you're actually doing on your phone a secret will soon be a thing of the past.
The little apple on the back of your MacBook could be destined for a big change, if Apple uses this patent how we think they might.
A recent patent filing has given us a glimpse of what Apple believes will be the home of tomorrow.
Apple has been granted a patent for a new kind of interface that allows users to turn 2D objects into 3D objects on their iPads.
A recently uncovered patent filing indicates that Google may be looking to track what advertisements Glass wearers look at in the same way the company tracks online user behavior.
Three separate patents have surfaced, all of which highlight the features of a possible smartwatch.
A patent describing a fingerprint scanner embedded in the bezel of a device could suggest what's coming in the next iPhone.