Articles about Innovation
Looking forward to the day when you can walk into an Apple Store and walk out with a new Apple Watch? I'm afraid you've got quite a wait ahead of you.
Radio astronomers try to close the door on iRobot's wireless mower ambitions. Here's what it means for your lawn.
Verizon's new Data Breach Investigations Report 2015 says malware isn't a mobile epidemic, that breach costs are variable, and that the industry doesn't understand its adversaries.
There's a lot of new and innovative technology inside Apple's new MacBook, but it's clear that reparability wasn't high on the agenda.
NCR is trying to reinvent the ATM and make it more secure with a mix of Android, thin-client techniques and the cloud.
Time to see what makes the new Samsung Galaxy S6 tick. Is this handset any easier to repair than the S6 Edge?
Apple says the software framework will help medical experts analyze health, wellness and better understand modern-day diseases.
New data suggests the 3D printing market isn't dwindling away any time soon.
At first glance, there's little new in the next version of Ubuntu Linux. Under the hood, it's a different story.
The military is going miniature, and that means big investments in small flying machines that will eventually operate in swarms.
With the help of Apple, acquisitions and new partnerships, Big Blue plans to tap into the vast amount of data offered by health-tracking devices.
This past weekend, the GE FirstBuild microfactory in Louisville, Kentucky, played host to the largest ever hack-a-thon devoted to home appliances.
Former Microsoft Office President Kurt DelBene is rejoining MIcrosoft in a new role, heading up Corporate Strategy and Planning.
The high-end TUF Sabertooth X99 not only brings quality "server-grade reliability" components and high-end design, but also an M.2 Socket 3 port which supports mini-SAS HD SSDs, PCI Express, and M.2 PCI Express drives.
Apple's watch isn't shipping for many yet and a battery extender is already available for preorder.
In this series we will take a look at how the Internet of Things is changing the way we interact with the world. In this post we see the advantages for our relationship with animals.
Designer Jeffrey Stephenson is back with another amazing hand-built PC design.
No, not gifts for your robot, robotic gifts to help make your life at work and home a little easier.
Not all tech is created equally. Even when products or services meet their demise, they’re not even killed off equally. Here’s what we saw the end of this year.
If you're willing to look, there are some excellent tech gadgets and gifts out there that don't require a second mortgage.
If you are fed up with Facebook and tired of Twitter you might want a change of social scene. Try these up-and-coming social networks that are well worth a look for users and brands.
What cybersecurity trends can we expect to see in the coming year?
The wearable market continues to develop with activity trackers and smartwatches available in prices ranging from $50 to $300 or more. Matthew offers up six wearables across the pricing spectrum for you to consider.
Facebook has recently announced 'Facebook at work' for connecting professional contacts. If you don't want to mix your business and personal lives, have a look at these social networks you can use for work.
And now, for your reading pleasure, we present the worst products and services and technology screw-ups of 2014.
Looking to snap up a new PC, tablet or free downloads? Check out this selection of the best deals we've seen so far.
When it comes to the specs, especially in the security architecture, Apple Pay looks good. But Apple isn't the only game in town when it comes to the retail space, and there are a lot of factors that might make this less of a slam-dunk than Apple might like. We look at six of them here.
Tomorrow, voting machines will be working at full steam as Brazilians go to the polls for the second round of the country's general elections. We take you though the main developments of e-voting in Brazil over the last 30 years.
In what ways can teachers use tech to enrich their lessons?
In the era of BYOD, the less technical among us are prime targets for cybercrime attacks against your company. Learn the six top ways non-tech people get hacked.
Speaking Tuesday at a Churchill Club event in Palo Alto, Calif., the country's Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel discusses innovation in the federal IT landscape. He says cybersecurity concerns should not be used as an excuse not to innovate.
At the NewTeeVee conference in San Francisco, Hulu CEO Jason Kilar talks about new ad concepts the company is developing for its users, including a smart promotional spot and the option to watch a movie trailer instead of a 30-second commercial. Kilar says the future of TV is advertising but that he believes in lightening the number of ads viewers see today.