Could the future of gaming someday reside in a pair of augmented reality glasses? Valve is making a bet that it will by beginning research into the possibilities of AR gaming.
Windows ended its Mainstream Support for Microsoft's black sheep of operating systems, Windows Vista, which began its Extended Support phase. This means that while Vista users will receive security updates, they're going to have to pay for patches for the next…
Argentina's Smart car Twitter marketing strategy is among the best we've ever seen.
Following customer reports of a software bug that prevents Web access, Nokia has issued a $100 credit for all Lumia 900 models on AT&T before April 21.
The success of Samsung's fiercest competitors may be its best hope of striking it big in 2012. Here's how Samsung has stacked all its chips on AMOLED, and needs foes from around the industry to start lining up to buy.
It was an inevitable decision. On the heels of Google and Apple, Amazon's Appstore has taken the plunge and joined in launching its own in-app purchasing service.
The Department of Homeland Security has enlisted a San Francisco company to help crack open the encrypted data in consoles, which it claims may hold key evidence in cases ranging from the exploitation of children to terrorism.
While users have been testing out Windows 8 Consumer Preview, XGMedia redesigned Skype to give future users an idea about what Windows 8 apps will look like, and the design principals behind Metro.
New Samsung trademarks for terms like WAMOLED and YOUM suggest it will begin producing flexible OLED displays this quarter, meaning consumers will begin seeing them in device by the end of the year.
The duo behind YouTube are working on a new magazine application to "discover and create beautiful magazines." We're guessing that it will be a cross between Pinterest and Paper.li, but we'll find out later this month at The Next Web Conference.
The cost of a new phone isn't the only thing to worry about when it ends up in the hands of a stranger. Here's a look at the sensitive information that can cause much worse headaches, and how to prevent your phone from spilling it.
Flying server drones hovering outside the reach of Earth-bound authorities could prevent well-intentioned laws – and even dictators – from strangling the Internet.
Arizona's legislature has passed a bill that, if signed into law, could threaten citizen's freedom of speech, and set a precedent for other states to draft similar legislation.
It's April 1, and that means pranks abound from around the Web. Here are some of our favorites.
Rest easy on World Backup Day 2012 by using one of these five easy ways to backup your files in preparation for the worst.