Amazon Inspire, a free online marketplace for teaching materials, may help underfunded schools give kids a better education.
Soon, third-party devices such as HTC's Vive will be able to run the same Windows Holo apps that power Microsoft's Hololens. Could less expensive headsets be on the way?
The HD 451, 461 and 471 headphones provide Sennheiser's signature sound quality in no-nonsense packages.
A prototype all-in-one PC from Intel has navigation that appears to float in front of the screen and uses bursts of air to provide tactile feedback.
We take a closer look at the MemoryMirror from Memomi, which incorporates Intel's RealSense technology to let you try on different colors without ever changing clothes.
At GDC 2015, 11 Bit Studios senior writer Pawel Miechowski talked about the award-winning This War of Mine and its upcoming tablet versions.
ASUS' prototype 28-inch monitor displays stunning, glasses-free 3D that's so sharp your 3D glasses may soon be obsolete.
An unnamed developer is willing to change his/her name legally and shell out over $1600 for a WWDC 2012 ticket.
A 17-year-old male shot his parents - killing his mother and wounding his father - all because they took Halo 3 away from him.
With its touchscreen cell phone i900 Omnia, Samsung is attempting to follow in the iPhone’s footsteps. Geo-tagging support ensures its snapshots are ready for services such as Google Earth, Panoramio and Flickr.
The Yogi Pico is an ultra-tiny computer packaged in a USB key that comes equipped with thirteen security applications designed to secure any desktop or notebook PC.