A new app takes virtual assistance to the next level.
The rumored device would pack a higher-res screen than Apple's smaller tablet and run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
Audi recently demonstrated a car that can park itself without the need for a driver. But while the technology already exists to make autonomous cars a reality, it will be a long time before our vehicles will take over the driving.
New research highlights the contrasting attitudes towards using the cloud in the US and the UK.
It turns out phone buyers don’t actually want duplicate chargers, a pilot by the operator with HTC has found.
A cut in iPad display production seems to corroborate earlier reports that demand for Apple's iPhone and iPad devices is finally waning.
Throughout human history new inventions have been intended to lighten workloads and make life easier. While machinery developments such as the steam engine have facilitated travel and industry – not to...
Virsto thinks that storage virtualization is the missing link in many virtualized environments. The company fired another salvo into this market with the release of Virsto for vSphere 2.0.
According to reports, email exchanges have shed interesting insights concerning the practices of tech firms stealing each others' staff.
We have Medallia's response here to the Customer Experience Challenge. Do they meet your rigorous standards for customer experience?
BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion is holding its last port-a-thon for developers, aimed at bolstering the availability of BlackBerry 10-compatiable apps ahead of the OS' launch.
The U.S. carrier has warned it expects to take a hefty hit in the next quarter due to pension obligations.
Microsoft took a previous failure to win certification on the chin, but this time it says all antivirus tests struggle with reality.
Have you become used to syncing and opening files on SkyDrive? I'm regularly surprised by how much of that doesn't work (yet) on Windows RT.
Yearly PC shipment in Asia-Pacific, excluding Japan, shrinks for first time last year clocking 121 million units. Lenovo and Asus are the only two vendors to see positive year-on-year growth.
Singapore mobile operator confirms 3G services have been fully restored and says it will compensate users with three days of free mobile services in the month of February. It also faces potential fine of up to S$1 million.
Canada produces nearly twice as much municipal waste per person as Japan.
Indian software services provider posts an 18 percent rise in net income at US$313 million for the quarter ended December, while revenues grow 10 percent to reach US$2.01 billion.
Which mobile application do you use to check the scores of your favorite games? If that's ESPN's ScoreCenter for iOS, then you have a problem, and it's called a "false feeling of security".