Microsoft has opened the doors to its Garage, where it has been creating various mobile apps which up until now, have remained hidden from the public eye. Here are five of our favorites.
Someone just bought an old Apple computer for nearly a million bucks. The record-breaking sale, which took place at a New York auction house on Wednesday, involved Apple's very first machine, hand-built by company co-founder Steve Wozniak way back in 1976.
The Audi A3 TDI may be rated at just 43 highway mpg, but it is capable of much, much more. That is, if the driver is willing to suffer. This practical, comfortable sedan can manage 63 mpg for over 800 miles, in the hands of a skilled and committed driver.
Apple is turning to crowdsourcing to further improve its once-horrendous Maps app. The tech firm is encouraging small businesses to make use of its new 'Maps Connect' portal, which allows them to edit and add information about their establishment.
With plenty of research showing how sitting at a desk all day can damage our health, an increasing number of companies are coming up with sit-stand solutions so we can easily change position throughout the day. Here's one from IKEA.
Using Apple Pay? Bank account emptying at twice the usual speed? Ah, that'll be the glitch in the system, though hopefully the tech company has sorted it out by now....
With its ease-of-use design and user-friendly features, the NX3000 from Samsung is made for those new to mirrorless cameras. It has an attractive price, but affordability comes…
Using an array of powerful electromagnets, the Hendo Hoverboard can levitate over practically any non-magnetic metal surface and provide a friction-free ride for the user.
The Vamp aims to turn any speaker in your arsenal into an autonomous wireless sound system, at a price that pretty much anyone can afford.
Looking for a new light for you bicycle? The Orfos Flare provides 360-degree visibility with its bright, waterproof, long-lasting LED lights. However, it comes at a pretty steep price for a bicycle accessory.
After reducing its handset sales forecast in September, Sony looks to reduce it yet again. It seems that, due to the new reduction, Sony will look to focus more on high-end phones
Freshly-launched on Kickstarter, IlumiBowl is a tiny motion-activated light that clips onto your toilet bowl and flips on when you enter the bathroom. No more peeing in the dark, or blinding yourself with the bathroom light!
Tesla has lost its fight for direct car sales in Michigan. Governor Rick Snyder signed House Bill 5606 (also known as Public Act 354) into law this week, strengthening an existing law that bans auto sales without the use of a franchised dealer.
Google is testing out a new kind of email with the invite-only Inbox app for iOS and Android. The app makes organizing your email a breeze, but has a few quirks.
Harman, in conjunction with Lotus, has developed an in-car noise-cancelling technology that reduces road noise and vibrations, making music sound better and providing a quieter ride. The technology is similar to the noise-cancelling circuits found in…