A first look at the open-source, crowd-funded, cloud-gaming, Android-powered Ouya game console.
When it comes to minting the mega-mega rich, tech is about as lucrative as mining.
Tails that wag when you’re happy, toilet-sinks, and more!
Taking Dell private could help the company avoid bludgeoning its brand.
A dumb promo by an unknown Web site might point the way toward a more fun, productive future for activism.
Pay-for-play is alive and well in journalism, and freelance sites are a great cover.
HIgh-resolution 27-inch monitors have long been available at great prices on the gray market. Now a U.S. importer is getting into the game with sub-$400 entry with a real warranty and customer service.
The Kinect is far more than an Xbox accessory. It’s the linchpin of Microsoft’s entertainment strategy.
A New York newspaper published the names of all handgun permit holders. Did it go too far?
A new study finds that many smaller companies and business-to-business firms really don’t care a lot of about social media. And plenty of chief executives remain unconvinced as well.
What does science say about whether graphic, violent video games are to blame for real-world violent acts?
After years of bloodletting, Myspace is still around, and it just might be ready to turn the corner behind its new focus and star power.
After years of stumbling toward oblivion, THQ finally throws in the towel and files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection. Its president couldn’t be happier.
In gaming, 2012 was boring, but 2013 is gonna be a little crazy. Good.
When JC Penney replaced its Chief Information Officer with a Chief Technology Officer, doomsayers took it as a sign of the end of the CIO. Those folks are getting way ahead of themselves.
PAR Works’ technology bases tagging on 3D modeling and visual cues to provide Augmented Reality not tied to GPS.
Holding on to old data is a really, really bad idea.
Will a new extra-secure version of Android reassure enterpriess that it’s safe to adopt Google’s mobile operating system?