Yahoo has taken the top spot for U.S. Internet traffic for the first time in two years, knocking reigning king Google down to number two. Needless to say, Marissa Mayer is probably having a very good day.
If the speed at which Omate hit its $100,000 Kickstarter target is anything to go by, its Android-powered TrueSmart watch looks set for a rosy future. Billed as a standalone device, the TrueSmart could launch as early as this October.
Street View has recently brought us the interior of the world's largest passenger plane, views from the top of the world's tallest building, and underwater imagery from the Great Barrier Reef. And we can now add pandas to the list.
An LG executive this week talked about some of the products the Korean tech company is likely to release in the next year or so, with a phablet, tablet, Firefox OS device, and, most interestingly of all, a smartwatch, all in the pipeline.
GM cars fitted with wireless charging technology from Powermat are set to hit the market next year, offering owners of compatible mobile devices the chance to easily charge their gadgets without taking their eyes off the road.
If you're waiting for Google Glass to be released, but a little concerned about ordering it through Google Play, you may not have to worry, as a new rumor suggests Google is going to sell the specs in Best Buy next year.