Published May 16, 2013
There are now connected dishwashers, garage doors, diapers and even public bathrooms. The term “the Internet of things” was coined in the 90s, long before you could connect your sprinkler system to the Internet. But does all of this connectedness make sense?
Published May 09, 2013
In the future, your car will know your tastes, The dollar will be replaced by a currency of knowledge and social connection, and your home will become a digital expression of your tastes.
Published March 27, 2013
Google is rolling out its high-tech new glasses -- online eyewear that can record anything and everything the wearer sees. But lawmakers and city officials are already wondering how to protect the rights of citizens. Could calls for a ban take hold?
Published March 19, 2013
By July, Facebook, Google, Tumblr and others will likely be forced to remove photos, audio recordings or other personal identifiers of children -- or else face stiff fines, thanks to updates to a 15-year-old law.
Published March 06, 2013
Non-pneumatic tire won't leave you stranded.
Published February 20, 2013
In the new version of video game franchise Tomb Raider, the character you know is long gone. Lara Croft starts out as a hapless survivor with few skills -- and grows into a butt-kicking heroine.
Published January 28, 2013
For over 1 billion users, Facebook is becoming a trusted part of daily life. And that’s the problem, experts say. Using phishing scams, fake login sites, keylogger apps, and more, hackers are zeroing in on those billion eager eyeballs.
Published January 22, 2013
At the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, Netflix announced Super HD, an immersive theatrical video format that even competes with Blu-ray discs. But there’s a costly catch.
Published January 07, 2013
CNG-powered pickup is clean and mean.
Published December 20, 2012
Ahead of the predicted Mayan Apocalypse tomorrow, many survival shops, restaurants, hotels, and other businesses are raking in the profits.