Sony is developing a watch that uses electronic paper as a display, a spokesman said Friday.
Did you hear the one about the antivirus company CEO who got to opine on TechCrunch about how Apple should open up iOS?
Insecurity blanket: iOS has antivirus makers feeling left out
You can’t always judge a book by its cover, but you can judge a social media profile by its cover image.
In an era of always-near smartphones and tablets, it can be difficult to pay attention to one thing at a time–especially when you’re watching football. How can you resist the urge to zip through your Twitter feed, share your thoughts on that last big play, and constantly check scores for games you’re not watching?
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Six second-screen apps just for NFL fans
As utopias go, Panasonic’s new smart town works if you’re keen to be green and don’t mind a heavy corporate presence.
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Panasonic opens smart town targeting zero-emission houses
10 cool gifts sure to please the techies in your life The gift-giving holidays are fast approaching, and geeks across the world are dreaming about techno toys. In the spirit of spreading holiday cheer of the gadget variety, InfoWorld presents our picks for the coolest gadgets for Christmas 2014 (or whatever holiday you celebrate) for that special geek in your life. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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The InfoWorld 2014 geek gadget gift guide
In the search engine game, it’s all about eyeballs.
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Which search engine should be crowned king of Mobile Safari?
With China’s Internet growth slowing, the country is opening up the broadband provider market to private enterprises as part of government sponsored trial.
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China to open up Internet broadband market with upcoming trials
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Obama signs legislation allowing regulatory e-labels for smartphones, wearables
Twitter, hungry for new data to fuel its targeted advertising, will start looking at what other apps its users have downloaded.
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Use Uber? Snapchat? Google Maps? Now Twitter knows