Google offers I/O attendees the thriftiest swag yet, while also taking a playful poke at Facebook and its new Oculus VR unit.
Android makes the leap to the open road with a brand new software development kit and a fleet of automotive partnerships.
Today’s ruling reverberates throughout an industry that is disruptive by definition.
With a much-needed hardware boost in the cards, patient Glass Explorers might be hoisting their pitchforks anyway.
Amazon’s third dimension isn’t all fun and games, though it’s not clear that “dynamic perspective” is going to lure mobile users.
Firefly wants to feast its eyes on everything around you. See how it works in these photos.
The Fire phone is on track to be “different,” all right.
Amazon could be set to unveil a device that lets users shop using only their eyes.
I thought Instagram blocked my lesbian in-joke, but I was wrong. Still, Silicon Valley often struggles to treat sexual minorities right.
Little boxes all the same? Not exactly. Here’s how they stack up.
A tiny, inexpensive box looks like a clever little trojan horse for Sony’s game streaming master plan.
The iPhone takes great photos, but Apple’s software has never done them justice. Innovations in iOS 8 and Mac OS X just might.
Microsoft’s June update packs a punch.
It’s free, but Apple is only taking a million testers.
The follow-up to Apple’s OS X Mavericks brings Apple’s Mac and iOS worlds together at last. The beta will be available soon.
From a 16-bit personal computer to Apple’s controversial 2014 acquisition, there’s no denying that music is part of Apple’s DNA.
A mature platform is actually much more appealing than a new one.
Under new leadership, the Xbox team will give gamers the choices they should have had from the start.
Music industry insiders win every time.
Apple created the digital music industry, but its days of taking us to places we didn’t know existed might be over.