Enough is enough for the global network of fast-moving 140-character missives. Twitter now hopes to protect member accounts with a more sophisticated login system. [Read more]
The tech research firm believes 78 million PCs will ship with touch by 2016, up from 4.6 million in 2012.
Laptops equipped with touch screens on the rise, IHS says
Well, that didn’t take long. A mere five days after Brian Krzanich took the reins as the new CEO of Intel, he’s shaking things up at an organizational level.
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New Intel CEO creates ‘New Devices’ division focused on ‘cool technology’
The all-new console, which debuts later this year, features a new Kinect sensor, a connection between Xbox and Windows OS, and more. [Read more]
We examine the features that Apple’s next software refresh desperately needs, and the ones that Apple is unlikely to bother with. [Read more]
The Osiris-Rex spacecraft has been approved for development, and NASA plans to send it to meet up with asteroid Bennu within the next five years. [Read more]
This intriguing, but extremely buggy, service lets you link multiple accounts for potentially unlimited storage for your files and music, all of it free of charge. [Read more]
Does it make any sense for Google to unveil a new piece of wearable tech this week? Does it have to make sense?
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One more Google I/O rumor: A new smartwatch?
As GPS technolgy improves and manufacturers innovate, we must raise the bar for what counts as an “outstanding” navigator. [Read more]
Is the world ready for another microgaming console? A temporarily free console, with a fixed low-cost subscription gaming service?
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GamePop looks to play in Ouya’s sandbox