Wolfram Alpha reveals Facebook habits, friends.
MakerBot introduces a 3-D printer for schools, workshops, and homes. The Replicator 2 costs $2,199.
Windows Phone 8 doesn't feel like Apple or Android, though it's borrowed good ideas from both.
Windows 8 arrives. Microsoft's new 'Modern' interface works just as well on a desktop monitor (Windows 8) as on a smart phone (Windows Phone 8) or on a tablet (Windows RT).
Bettina Wulff, Germany's former first lady, objects to Google's autocomplete. But suing the company may make things worse.
Twitter's political Twindex follows how tweeters discuss Obama and Romney.
A look back over the years at the major stages of artificial intelligence design.
From smart phones that act as personal concierges to self-parking cars to medical robots, the artificial intelligence revolution is here. So where do humans fit in?
Social news site Reddit offers a warren of links, forums, and perspectives – including an interview with President Obama.
Why Apple and Samsung suits and counter suits still fly, and what's next.
iPhone and browser apps create weather reports tailored to you.
'High dynamic range' – or HDR – takes multiple exposures, then stitches them together. Both the iPhone and Android devices come with HDR options.
How to fund a microloan, find a place to volunteer, or help UNICEF – from your iPhone or Android device while you wait.
Google's Street View program heads to places where cars aren't welcome, such as Antarctica.
A Yahoo hack stole passwords from 400,000 user accounts. Add those to the millions snatched last month and it's easy to feel numb toward these breaches. Resist that urge. Friends and associates may pay for your inaction.
The Nintendo Wii U's new GamePad controller mixes Wii and iPhone gameplay.
Some specs don't tell the whole story. Here's what to look for when shopping for a new camera, smart phone, or laptop.
Full self-driving vehicles take to the road in some states, but plenty of older cars already have autonomous features.
Thinking about some major gadget purchases this summer? It may be the right time to pick up a new TV. An iPhone? It's probably best to wait a bit.
So you want to write a bestseller? Self-publishing has shed its stigma. Here's how to start.