Exploring Google Glass through eyes of early users
Geeks aren't the only people wearing Google Glass. Among the people testing Google Inc.'s wearable computer are teachers, dentists, doctors, hair stylists, architects, athletes and even a zookeeper.
Ericsson developing a 'spider' computer (w/ Video)
HP unveils 'Slate 500' tablet computer
Hewlett-Packard unveiled a Windows-powered touchscreen tablet computer on Friday aimed at professionals, the latest entry into a growing market dominated by Apple's iPad.
Internet of Things network to launch in UK next year
How much netbook can you get for $400?
The hottest segment of the computer market right now is not fancy new Apple laptops or PC gaming machines. It's tiny laptops with older operating systems, cramped keyboards and designs that look like they ...
First Smartphone with 1GHZ Processor (w/ Video)
Free apps drain smartphone energy on 'advertising modules'
(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers have shown that popular free smartphone apps spend up to 75 percent of their energy tracking the user's geographical location, sending information about the user to advertisers and downloading ...
Researchers customizing electric cars for cost-effective urban commuting
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute have converted a 2001 Scion xB into an electric commuter vehicle that will serve as a test bed for a new community-based approach to electric vehicle design, ...
Apple patent proposes battery use monitoring system
Samsung will open up on big.LITTLE processor at ISSCC
Review: New MacBook Air still skinny on power
(AP) -- The first MacBook Air laptop hit the catwalk in 2008 as an elegant but somewhat impractical statement about how far Apple would go to make the thinnest laptop ever. It wasn't very powerful, had a ...
New battery could lead to cheaper, more efficient solar energy
A joint research project between the University of Southampton and lithium battery technology company REAPsystems has found that a new type of battery has the potential to improve the efficiency and reduce the cost of solar ...
Smartphone battery life could dramatically improve with new invention
A new "subconscious mode" for smartphones and other WiFi-enabled mobile devices could extend battery life by as much as 54 percent for users on the busiest networks.