Outdoor displays of Christmas lights get more sophisticated as homeowners put on audio-visual shows for their neighbors – and visitors from miles around.
A Norwegian company, Elliptic Labs, plans to unveil its touchless controls on an iPad at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in January. Check out the features in the video.
Google launched an interactive holiday doodle logo today with 17 portraits of scenes around the world. Can you decipher it?
A Skype outage Wednesday cut millions of users’ connection to the popular worldwide network.
Net neutrality: The FCC has the power to issue regulations that protect net neutrality, but digital advocacy groups say the rules that passed do not accomplish this.
Gmail calls to the US and Canada will remain free until at least the end of 2011. Does that mean Google has had a tough time attracting interest to its VoIP platform?
The iPad is just 'like a giant iPhone,' Motorola jokes in a new advertisement for its forthcoming tablet.
4G phone service is not part of T-Mobile's 2011 business plan, but a supercharged 3G network will allow it to compete with Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T.
Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, toured the headquarters of Baidu, China's top search engine, Monday. Zuckerberg also had lunch with Baidu's CEO in Beijing. Is a business partnership in the works?
BMW logo on your eyelids? Yes, at a theater in Germany, the company ran an ad that never showed the BMW logo. Yet, afterward, when the audience closed their eyes, the BMW logo appeared. How did BMW do it?
Kickstarter.com points online patrons toward worthy projects they didn't know existed.
A Verizon iPhone would attract millions of consumers, one analyst says – and that's bad news for AT&T.
Mark Zuckerberg is Time magazine's person of the year. But plenty of people think the honor belongs to Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks.
Twitter announced its top 10 most 'powerful' tweets of 2010. Is this communication tool coming of age?