British doctors are using a Tetris-like game to correct lazy eyes in children, showing how video games may not ruin your vision after all.
Bravo plans to produce a “Silicon Valley” reality TV show, which pries into the private lives of top technology execs, giving audiences a peek into the lives of the rich and powerful.
As digital streaming services continue to battle for subscriptions, another crop of competitors fight to bring them to your living room, putting game consoles in the center of a changing entertainment market.
Flying cars are bringing Jetsons-style transportation to the New York International Auto Show.
Researchers used smartphones to track cigarette addiction, illustrating how mobile technology can support health research.
Retweeting a cause may not be akin to tying yourself to a tree in protest, but “slacktivism” has its merits, according to a infographic addressing the benefits and cons of online activism.
Google is testing augmented reality glasses, showcasing the technology’s futuristic, and potentially revolutionary, features to the public.
A new tablet app reinvents magazines for the digital age, allowing readers to access multiple magazines in one digital newsstand subscription.
The Cowbird site encourages people to record their life experiences for public benefit, providing a place for quiet reflection amid the bustle of the digital world.
An ex-Apple employee suggested Jonathan Ive’s relationship with Steve Jobs propelled his career, implying the designer’s status at Apple may change under CEO Tim Cook.