Mariella loves working on both helpful and awe-inspiring science and technology stories. When she's not at her desk writing, you can find her in her room reading books, in front of the mirror trying to perfect her winged eyeliner, or crouched on the floor, giving her dog, Roco, a belly rub.
Looking for a laptop with a battery that won't die on you while you're out and about? A U.K. organization pits the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina and the Samsung Series 3 Chromebook against 18 Windows 8 ultrabooks and laptops to find out…
A group of European scientists might've just paved way for cheaper, smaller, and lighter robots by activating the earliest parts of a cloud-based database that robots can access for data in place of a traditional robotic brain.
Inspired by a paralyzed artist who wanted to be able to draw again, an Austrian company that specializes in mind-reading technology created a program that gives people the power to pain without the use of hands.
While Adobe's report focuses on the role of tablets and smartphones in marketing, one particular pie chart caught our eye: it puts laptops and desktops on top when it comes to global traffic share - but how long will the dominance last?
The first Windows 8 ultrabook convertible by Asus was a tad too expensive than people would've liked. Thankfully, the company will be releasing a cheaper version of the device this week - but only in Japan.
A supposed technical error that removed European users' option to choose a default browser brought about by a Windows 7 update in 2011 ended up being a very costly mistake on Microsoft's part - a $731 million mistake, in fact.
It's not looking good for the PC market this year. Analysts and even PC hardware suppliers are expecting even more decline in sales after a less-than-stellar performance during the last quarter of 2012.