Philips has unveiled an 'intelligent lighting system' similar to Apple's iBeacon technology that communicates with a shopper's smartphone as they make their way through a store, offering directions to items, special offers, and more.
Samsung is countersuing tech firm Dyson for 10 million won (about $9.38 million) for "seriously hurting its corporate image" over copycat claims made last year regarding the UK company's vacuum cleaners.
Ideal for anyone that tends to forget to grab their phone on the way out the door, the Bringrr is a Bluetooth-enabled gadget that triggers an audio alert if you start the car without your smartphone nearby.
Trouble losing weight? Maybe you just need the right motivation. Carrot Fit will insult you until you start eating better and working out. It will even berate you when you're within your ideal weight, because why not?
SeeSpace is developing a simple plug-and-play device that creates a "Minority Report"-like experience in your living room, even without a truly 3D-compatible TV. Assuming the InAiR is connected to wifi, it automatically pulls up a wealth of…
Amid protests, it appears Venezuela is blocking images on Twitter. Activists say this image blocking is part of a larger censorship plan to quell the unrest. Twitter told the AP that images were, in fact, being blocked.