Android has a big presence at Mobile World Congress 2016, and Google is using it to showcase a few fun Android Experiments. Take a look at the IOIO Plotter, which draws your face in one continuous line after you take a selfie.
The Pavlok alarm is a wearable that doesn't just rely on noise to rouse you from your restful slumber -- instead, it utilizes the vibration, buzzer, and a patent-pending electric zap. Good morning, indeed.
Apple disabled a few of the Apple Pencil's navigational features in iOS beta 3, but says it'll restore them in future releases. That's despite comments from design chief Jony Ive expressing concern that they'll "confuse" users.
Ashes of the Singularity, the first game to support DirectX 12, has expanded its benchmark in the latest version of the game software. New features, a new environment, and new reporting tools are now available.
Some people were left feeling a little let down by the lack of new features in El Capitan, but there's never a better time to turn hopeful eyes toward OS X 10.12, and discuss some of the latest rumors of new features.