Steve Ballmer's memo to the Microsoft faithful on the shift in strategy is either epic or yet another symptom of why the company needs a serious management refresh. It's also very long so, we could just be saying this because we lost him at hello.
We’ve seen cars with no drivers in horror films, and on the show Cops when dummies leave their keys in them, and they go around in circles. Yet there’s now a report that we could be seeing more driverless cars in the future, thanks to today’s technology, and there are some nice advantages that could come with this.
A purported roadmap has reportedly been leaked from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), supposedly revealing what features the next three iterations of the wireless protocol will offer both devs and users.
LG is touting what it claims to be the "world's slimmest" full HD LCD panel for smartphones.
Here it is in all of its glory and beauty: the stuff that Google did that it don't do no more. All delivered a la carte in an infographic from the people over at Wordstream.
Battery operated airplanes. Yeah, sure, if they’re the kind you can buy at Toys R Us, right? So many people have a fear of flying, would they possibly feel comfortable in a real battery operated plane?
360 million diapers are changed everyday. Some day, every single one will have a digital story to tell. And you will be downloading them to your phone.
Pearltrees can best be described as a visual and collaborative library that allows users to easily curate and keep track of their favorite subjects.
A slew of reports indicate that 20nm ARM-powered chips could hit a speed of 3GHz by 2014, courtesy of both TSMC and GlobalFoundries.
Responsive design is making some web developers feel very smug and self-confident while raising the rates of User Experience and User Interface engineers everywhere because, Google.
Fix Toolbox, one of the leading experts in the field of data recovery and database repair solutions, announces the release of SQL Server Fix Toolbox, the newest member of the company’s growing product portfolio and a tool capable of restoring the contents of corrupted SQL database files quicker than ever.
A number of analysts apparently believe Microsoft may snap up Barnes & Noble's Nook tablet business after the latter company's CEO announced his plans to depart the struggling corporation amidst plans to restructure.
A Chinese tablet manufacturer by the name of Cube is expanding into the lucrative Android set-top box in somewhat of an unusual way. How, you ask?
Minix first unveiled its Android-powered Neo X7 at the Hong Kong electronics fair back in April. However, a number of people were unhappy with the design, prompting the company to revamp the device with new casing.
Hewlett Packard's Android tablet was priced at $170 and up when the Slate 7 first launched in April. And now? Well, HP is lowering the cost of its 7-inch (1024 x 600 pixel display) tablet to $140.
News agencies continue to have an edge over Twitter in being first with the news, a study found.
French company Spotter is going to help the British Home Office identify sarcastic comments posted online.
The China-based MUCH has debuted a handheld Android game console dubbed "Magic Media i5."
Google Glass may still be in a relatively nascent stage, but that hasn't stopped the stampede of developers to the new wearable platform.
Cloud computing - outsourcing computational tasks over the Internet - could give home-computer users unprecedented processing power and let small companies launch sophisticated Web services without building massive server farms.