The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show is just a week away, and rumors are flying about what products will be unveiled at the show. CES 2013 will likely bring 'smart' appliances, Windows 8 devices, and maybe a weird new TV from Samsung.
Google was reported to be acquiring Wi-fi provider ICOA. But both ICOA and Google have loudly denied that there were ever any talks at all.
Google HQ has rolled out a new update for Google TV that includes voice commands and better YouTube integration.
The HTC Droid DNA, a new smartphone powered by Verizon Wireless, will be equipped with a massive 5-inch, high-resolution display.
Twitter sent out a large number of emails on Thursday warning users that their accounts might have been compromised. A few accounts were hacked, but it's not a large-scale assault. Twitter says it accidentally reset a large number of passwords for users who weren't under attack.
Apple will likely take the wraps off the iPad Mini at an event in Calif. on Tuesday, Oct. 23. The Mini would hit store shelves a little more than a week after that.
To rent or own, that is the question posed by the burgeoning sharing economy. For a growing population engaged in this high-tech, low-cost 'collaborative economy,' access to cars, clothes, cuisine – or even a cat – is better than ownership.