Review: Xbox One a great game player—and more
What is the Xbox One? If you're a video-game aficionado, you know the answer: It's Microsoft's latest game console, and it arrives in North America and Europe on Friday. To gamers, Xbox means cutting-edge ...
Open source 3-D printed robot extends hand to DIY fans (w/ video)
Xbox, can you hear me now? One requires repetition (Update)
Like a stubborn family member or insubordinate employee, Xbox One owners might need to tell their fancy new console what to do more than once.
Remote control pushed aside by gesture-sensitive devices
The remote control has never been much beloved. If it's not getting lost or running out of batteries, the device - and its inscrutable buttons - is confusing some family member or acting as a totem in an argument about what ...
Raspberry Pi user shows home-automation feats using iPhone
Google expands sales of Internet-connected glasses (Update)
Google is relying on a little social networking to put its Internet-connected glasses on the heads of more people.
Google picks 8,000 to test net-connected glasses (Update)
Google has picked 8,000 people in the U.S. who will have a chance to wear the company's new Internet-connected glasses, which are being described as the next breakthrough in mobile computing.
Toyota will showcase support robot for homebound
Review: First peek through Google Glass impresses
Google hopes to change the face of technology by persuading people to wear computers on their heads.
Google Glass a hit with early adopters
Back when she was in college, software developer Monica Wilkinson says, she used to dream of "being able to carry a computer in my head," instead of lugging her books and laptop all over campus. As she tried ...
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.
Google to sell Internet glasses to contest winners (Update 2)
Google is giving more people a chance to pay $1,500 for a pair of the Internet-connected glasses that the company is touting as the next breakthrough in mobile computing.
First Look: New Xbox elegant, but much unknown
Will gamers want One? After four years of development, Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One entertainment console and touted it as an all-in-one solution for playing games, watching TV and doing everything in ...
Review: Google Now useful as a supplement to Siri
Google Now is often compared with the Siri voice assistant on Apple's mobile devices, but its power lies in giving you information you need to know before you have to ask. It works best as a supplement to ...