The earphones that can listen to your heart.
Google's semi-open source OS topped out at 81.3 percent of total market share in Q3 according to Strategy Analytics.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that just last week BlackBerry reps were sitting down with Facebook to discuss possible buyout options.
Just yesterday the company released the latest iteration of its messaging app for Android, promising faster, more reliable service and clean, modern interface.
Benchmarking site AnTuTu has comparisons between the 12.2 and the 10.1, along with some fairly detailed specs.
IBM has finished its first noise-free laboratories at the Binnig and Rohrer Nanotechnology centers in Zurich, Switzerland.
In preparation for another round of limited distribution, Google is reportedly upping their production of the face-hugging computer.
The Department of Defense's research arm, DARPA, has commissioned a $70 million project that will allow it to monitor the brain in real-time.
Common Sense Media, a consumer advocate non-profit, published a study saying that 38 percent of kids under the age of 2 have used some kind of mobile device.
IBM is looking to change that and usher in a totally new age of computing – by building machines that use electronic blood.
Samsung announced Gear support for Galaxy S4, the S3 and Galaxy Note 2 in the next few days with the Galaxy S 4 Active, the 4 Mini and the Mega in the coming months.
Engadget reports that the coalition between Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi have announced that they have a fully functional 12.1-nch 4k TFT package.
Elop dropped some surprisingly honest opinions and said "I'm looking forward to being a part of driving that change within the company in whatever capacity."
Kingston, one of the biggest manufacturers of RAM and flash storage will be holding two contests in the run up to CES 2014 – one eSports and the other for overclocking enthusiasts.
Internet retail giant, Amazon, has upped the limit for minimum purchases that qualify for free shipping. Dollar-conscious customers will now have to make a minimum order of $35 instead of $25, which has been the norm for over a decade.
Earlier on Monday, President Obama said that the US is tapping IT talent from all over the country to fix the myriad of problems behind the health insurance exchange site.