Nokia has released its N1 tablet, the company's first device since selling part of its company to Microsoft. Nokia's N1 tablet has similar specs to Apple's iPad mini, but has some improved technology. Can the N1 break into the tablet market?
Many deemed Google Glass to be the future of wearable technology. But it's quickly losing popularity. Most developers have abandoned their attempts to develop apps for the devices, and even Google has indicated it has lost interest. Is this the end of Google Glass?
Sierra and Summit, two supercomputers to be built by IBM and Nvidia, will be five to seven times faster than the fastest machines today. The supercomputers will be used by the Department of Energy for civilian and nuclear research.
It's been two weeks since the fatal crash of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo. As authorities continue to investigate what caused the crash, Virgin Galactic says the accident will not hinder the company's plans to send tourists to space.
BlackBerry announced Thursday that they will partner to bring secure devices to Samsung's phones. This partnership is aimed at Samsung's enterprise customers and rivals the Apple and IBM partnership that was announced in July.
Android 5.0 'Lollipop' will begin rolling out to phones and tablets this week. Among Lollipop's features are a new 'Material Design' look-and-feel, improvements to media apps, and a way to interact with notifications from a device's lock screen.
Ian, a 6-foot-2-inch robot built by Google's robotics subsidiary Boston Dynamics, can perform the Crane Kick from 'The Karate Kid.' Advances in robotics could help Google and other companies build robots that could replace humans in dangerous search-and-rescue scenarios.
The American public believes we've lost control of online data in the post-Snowden era. A recent Pew Research study found that 91 percent of Americans think that personal data online is out of their control.