From ultra notebooks, smart TVs and windshields that let you know you're passing your favorite Tex-Mex place, CES was filled with gadgets that are becoming all-too-human.
Facebook Timeline is becoming mandatory for the social network's users soon, and with it comes an array of new headaches for federal executives.
The company combined four superchannels to simultaneously transmit 4 terabits/sec over 6,213 miles.
They promise a lot of what's new in user experience -- including a Siri-like voice interface and gesture recognition -- along with a treasured oldie.
Along with the retail version of Kinect for Windows arriving Feb. 1 (for $249), a free commercial software development kit will also be available for download.
According to AT&T, the phone carrier will carry the HTC Titan II with the Windows Phone operating system in the next few months.
New research in creating time holes to cloak events sounds esoteric, but hackers might be able to use it to mask online intrusions into IT systems.
Although a lot of buzz will come from CES, the hot new product doesn't always do so well in the real world. Here are three past "darlings" that didn't catch on.
The number of country code Top Level Domains using non-Latin scripts and alphabets rose with the addition of 26 to 30 names in the last year.
Appropriations for the remainder of the fiscal year are down to $126 million, about 70 percent of which is for preparing for digital access and printing.
The Technology Policy Institute has developed a model for evaluating just how well the Internet is fulfilling its potential for hyperbole.
Next month's Consumer Electronics Show will be the last for Microsoft, the company announced Dec. 21.