Social media is considered a medium for those who don't mind sharing their personal details publicly, but a new search tool that data mines your profiles could be revealing more than you'd like.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has been quiet since stepping down from the CEO spot, but he still has interesting insights on the future of technology.
Twitter just added a new feature that might finally make it the ultimate multimedia tool for sharing life's important moments as they happen.
Connecting our content and cloud-based services to the various devices throughout our home and office environments has become increasingly complicated. Now Google has significantly simplified at least one aspect of seamless cross-device content consumption via YouTube.
Now that the race to become the next U.S. president has finally ended, the most tech-enabled election can now be properly dissected by data nerds and market analysts. However, one tech issue that arose during the waning moments of the election, involving touchscreen technology, may become a source of controversy for years to come.
In general, the cost of owning an industrial robot has dropped in recent years, but for smaller companies the notion of using an in-house robot is still an expensive and complicated affair. The affordable and easily programmable new Baxter robot wants to change all that.
With Halloween coming up soon, now is the time to come up with your next geeky approach transforming yourself. To that end, you may want to consider using a bit of augmented reality, thanks to a new virtual mask called the Zaphat.
Every time you think the magic of what smartphones can do has peaked, something else comes along to raise the bar. This time the magic crosses the threshold between tech and biology by giving you a way to check your health just by staring at your smartphone.
For the visually impaired and sighted alike, wearable technology offers a myriad of new advantages, but a new device called the EyeRing could point the way, literally, toward an entirely new era for mobile computing.
For some, one of the most annoying things about setting up webmail services in recent years is the new demand from companies for your personal phone number. Now a new app for the iPhone is poised to turn the tables by offering disposable phone numbers.