Steve Jobs has cleverly masterminded his exit from Apple's daily operations, leaving Tim Cook to run the company. We examine what will happen to Apple in the days, months, years, and decades ahead without Steve Jobs at its helm.
New York City may be a hub of advertising, media and finance, but when it comes to tech, the lure of Silicon Valley often sends talent from the Big Apple packing west. Can anything get techies to stick around?
From the early days of Stanford, to pioneers who revolutionized the world while Steve Jobs was still in diapers, this is how a humble farming valley transformed into the epicenter of all things tech.
DC Comics co-publisher Jim Lee knows comics, games, has been helping splice the two together for years. In our exclusive interview, Lee reveals how 3D has helped tell stories, the role of tablets in rejuvenating comics, and why motion comics present such a…
What could you do with a thousand Roombas hit with a shrink ray? A lot. Here’s how microscopic robots programmed to work together will collect information, fight disease and even build things in the not-distant future.
We go hands on with Google Maps 5.7, a new version of Maps with offline maps support and turn-by-turn (stop-by-stop) transit navigation. Videos and impressions below.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon has given us robot fever. To celebrate, we give you some real-life Transformers. Here are five robots that are changing to do crazy new things.
Not all 3D TVs are made alike. Find out the difference between active vs. passive 3D TV technology with our comprehensive guide.
Forget chatting with friends and browsing Google Maps. These 10 innovative, sometimes off-the-wall uses for the iPad turn into everything from a sketchbook to an in-car navigator, restaurant kiosk and doctor’s sidekick.
From AOL's Huffington Post paywall to Virgin Galactic's purchase of Pluto, we've got all the best April Fools' 2011 jokes we could find. This year's winner: Google with its Autocompleter ad and Gmail Motion Beta. Fun stuff ahead!
Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 9, the most Chrome-like version of IE we can imagine. Luckily, Redmond also copied the best features of Chrome: its flexibility and speed.
First it was the mouse, then touch control, then motion. On Friday, we got our hands on Tobii's new eye-tracking laptop, which could potentially eliminate the need for the mouse by keeping tabs on what you're looking at with astounding accuracy.
These up-and-comers from the smartphone world will redefine the boundaries of mobile computing with full HD video playback, dual-core processors, and more.
Android 3.0 is upon us and Google has revealed some of its unique features. We break down and explain each new feature and what it means to you. Features include 3D effects, bluetooth tethering, new UI, an Action Bar, a new System Bar, customizable home…
How can Apple improve with the iPad 2? Built-in cameras, Flash support and an SD slot make our list of must-have upgrades for the the next-generation iPad.