Google Glass will be used in an interactive documentary sponsored by Sprint and Hallmark.
Google apparently has a lot to present.
EasyJet is making electronic check in even easier.
Philip Carmack is moving on to another company, and Deepu Talla is moving up to fill his shoes.
No surprise here: Asus and Acer will likely produce Chromebooks in the second half of 2013.
Here is Samsung's latest 7-inch Android tablet, rolling out worldwide starting this month.
An exclusive for the $99 console.
The Nexus 11 will be the world's first octa-core tablet.
A 10-inch Android tablet powered by Tegra 4 has appeared on a benchmark.
3.4 million Windows 8-based tablets were sold worldwide in 1Q13.
The kernel source code for Glass is now available to download.
Evidence points to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean launching next month, not 5.0 Key Lime Pie.
Here's a way to share USB drives and SD cards with tablets and smartphones.
We can imagine.
Qualcomm's high-end Snapdragon 800 will go into mass production next month.
HP has launched the Slate 7 tablet for $169.99 USD. Eat that, Google.
The ADB was used on Google Glass to reveal the SoC and RAM.
Yep, Atom-based Android notebooks are on the way.
Another tougher S4 is already in the works.
Supermarket warns that it has limited stock.
Samsung is officially dominating Best Buy.
BBC's app uses HLS protocol to stream audio.
Here's the latest Google TV content streaming device, ready to assimilate your favorite movies and TV shows.
The FBI is looking into the false tweet about bombings at The White House.
So much for that $1500 spy tool for Christmas. Shucks.
There's talk that Google's Key Lime Pie may not be ready to serve next month at Google I/O.