"The next generation of industrial designers are going to be the kids that get 3D printers for Christmas this year," said the CEO of 3D Robotics.
A recent Oxford University analysis of Web data shows that in most of the world Google and Facebook are battling it out in the Internet "Age of Empires" -- with Baidu doing well in China.
Despite the claim, Apple's dual-core A7 silicon outperforms Qualcomm's 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor.
In the first of our series covering risk factors in Twitter's S-1 filing we look at technology and how it could impact Twitter's ability to grow its business after IPO.
A massive rollout of iPads in the LA Unified School District has been paused after the district's plans for content filtering and security quickly collapsed. Won’t someone think of the children?
International Consumer Electronics Show staff were in London this week to preview January's event and unveil some research into ownership levels and purchasing plans in the UK technology market
The ACA has elicited strong feelings from proponents and critics alike, but neither side is totally correct when they discuss its impact on jobs. Lawmakers are now having a greater negative effect.
Paid apps are becoming a rare item as the market moves to other funding models.
Technology projects are increasingly being funded by line of business groups as the IT department is relegated to a partnership role.
Microsoft's new 64-bit JIT compiler, codenamed RyuJIT, is now available as a public preview.
HP to provide a virtual private cloud as the underpinning for the secure authentication platform
App engagement can now be measured in a new report highlighting the most views, installs, and new users.
MongoDB, a play on big data, said it will use the additional funding---the largest round for any database vendor---to invest in the MongoDB project and its management suite.
How will machine learning help healthcare? Hint: It's not through electronic medical records.
Korean electronics giant expects record profit in its third quarter – but not all handset manufacturers are feeling so cheerful.
'You have an economy now that's driven by entrepreneurs. There's a pent-up urge to do something.'
Samsung and Orange tackle the enterprise together with supported tablets.
Forget the iPad. In Poland, nearly half of all tablets are sold by companies whose names may be far from familiar.