Designed to help iPad users avoid having to search for an electrical outlet, a company has developed a case that charges the iPad through solar energy.
Quickly attracting unwanted attention from criminals, a teenager in Australia failed to use her common sense when posting a photo on Facebook.
Designed to save distressed swimmers along busy beaches, an Arizona-based company has developed a robotic buoy that travels much faster than a typical lifeguard.
In an attempt to connect with how a typical user visually remembers a site, Yahoo has created a Web browser that displays images rather than text for search results.
As Google engineers continue to push forward on the development of Project Glass, features included within a recent patent may greatly benefit the hearing-impaired community.
As wireless providers look for ways to encourage customers to consume more data over 4G, Verizon is launching a first party application that aggregates video from several services.
Designed to catch the attention of passing airport visitors, the Port Authority is investing in virtual assistants that are very similar to holograms.
As consumers in the U.S. are debating over several features when buying a new television, 3D technology is receiving a somewhat tepid response from TV shoppers.
In order to help users control the flow of information into their accounts, Facebook has launched some helpful changes to the user interface in regards to notification management.
As consumers look to providers that offer more freedom in how to access premium content, Time Warner Cable rolled out support for streaming access to the popular HBO network.
As many graduating high school students across the United States begin preparing to enter college in the fall, Microsoft is bringing back a popular promotion from last year to encourage more PC sales.
With the potential to catch the attention of the MPAA and RIAA, a small start-up is on the cusp of launching a private file sharing application that will be available to nearly one billion Facebook users.
After earning a spot on 24/7 Wall Street's top ten most hated companies of 2011, Netflix appears to be winning back some of the consumers that cancelled their subscription last year.
Likely one of the more unique marriage proposals of 2012, a college graduate popped the question to his girlfriend with the help of Pandora employees.