The new We Bike lets people pedal a stationary bike to charge their phones, tablets and computers while Steelcase has the Walkstation designed to make sure office drones get plenty of exercise. The Gamercize shuts off your mouse and keyboard if you stop pedaling. Is this what it takes to ...
Dennis Weikel is having the lower half of his body scanned and digitised. It's the first step towards getting a new type of cover for his prosthetic leg. He hopes it will finally allow him to stop hiding the fact that he is an amputee.
EMIEW 2 is the latest version of a service robot that Hitachi debuted in 2005. It's designed to recognise and use cameras around a room to locate everyday objects, such as a watch.
Mobile World Congress 2012 kicks off Monday in Barcelona, and smartphones from Samsung, Nokia, HTC and Sony will all be previewed, announced, unveiled and otherwise fawned over by tech geeks the world over. Nokia will unveil a new, cheaper smartphone using Microsoft's Windows Phone software, targeting a wider market for ...
The company is taking steps to avoid conflict with copyright laws by offering HTML code to websites to block potential pins.
Global smartphone sales surged 47 percent in the fourth quarter compared to the same period a year earlier, according to the market research firm Gartner. The rise was largely down to record sales of Apple's iPhone.
The Wall Street Journal is citing anonymous sources who say Apple is testing an 8-inch tablet.
A watchdog group might take a complaint to the FTC over Google's new "Search plus Your World" engine.