Apple has acquired motion capture company Faceshift -- best known for working on the new Star Wars film -- for an undisclosed amount earlier in the year. Apple has not said what it plans to use Faceshift for.
Aussie startup Red Automotive Technologies wants to build an electric SUV that's faster than a Porsche 911 and more capable off-road than a Jeep Wrangler. The model will be sold in the U.S. with a base price of about $60,000.
Apple Pay is growing rapidly, so we've built a list of all the vendors, retailers, and companies that plan to support Apple Pay or already do. Plus, we've integrated details on its forthcoming international launch.
Samsung has announced a new type of camera technology called Britecell. Coming to mobile devices next year, the smaller modules may mean a reduction in the hump that has surrounded Samsung's camera lenses on previous phones.
Marvel Studios has released the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War, the upcoming film that kicks off the third phase of the studio's cinematic universe and pits Marvel's heroes against each other.
Nissan's GT-R successor will reportedly be delayed beyond 2020 as the Japanese automaker plans more refreshes of the present body style. The new GT-R will adopt styling from the Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo.
At least 74 percent of Android devices can be remotely reset by Google if law enforcement requests it. Newer Android phones running 5.0 and up may have encryption set by default, which protects your device from resets.
Fossil has put the Q Founder, its first Android Wear smartwatch, on sale. The watch costs $295 in the U.S., and has a traditional style to it, along with comprehensive fitness tracking and other fun features.
It seems as if Volkswagen logistics staff are using Google Glass for work. It certainly looks that way, with the car company issuing what it describes as "3D smart glasses" to a number of employees following a successful three-month trial.