Although the public seems to be split on the value of a smartwatch, these subsets of people should definitely give one a shot.
With headsets like the Oculus Rift, simulators like The Virtualizer, and cartridge resurrectors like the Retron 5, the future of gaming is exciting.
Of the 26 companies in this year's TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield, these five won our attention.
Whether you're shutting off lights, locking doors, or preparing for a trip to the grocery store, home automation hubs promise to make life easier.
Millions of people will gain access to modern technology thanks to Android One and other third-world tech.
With smartphones, wearables, and every other object connected to the Internet of Things, the potential for sensors has never been greater.
As fitness bands and smartwatches gain popularity with adults, wearables for kids are on the rise.
We may not have flying cars or teleportation just yet, but digital assistants were sent from the future to make our lives more awesome.
Once upon a time, people shared their lives through written and spoken words. Now, it's all about visual storytelling.
Android Wear has only been on the market for less than a month, but that hasn't stopped the reviews from pouring in. Here's what they're saying.
Another Google I/O is in the books, and there are plenty of goodies for developers and users to get excited for.
Printed textbooks and trapper keepers beware, EdTech is positioning itself for a takeover.
Move over, Microsoft and Samsung. You're not the only ones who can Steal Like an Artist, and Apples latest WWDC proves it.
The future of mobile may be full of self-driving cars and previously unthinkable wearables, but it all starts with developers.
Zach Morris and the rest of the Saved by the Bell gang would be blown away by how much smart devices have evolved in the last few decades.
With every major tech company scrambling to release interconnected devices, Google may have taken the pole position with Android Wear.
Google, Apple and Microsoft are using device convergence to keep users loyal to their devices and operating systems.
Between our smartphones, tablets and wearable devices, data collection has never been easier. The question is, what are we going to do with it?
From voice commands to subtle movements, companies big and small are trying to figure out how to make our technology more hands free.
No two industries are exactly alike, and neither are the UIs for their apps. Here’s what to keep in mind when designing an app for a variety of businesses.
Even casual dining will become faster once more restaurants allow customers to dine, pay and dash with the help of their mobile device.
The things that power the Internet of Things (IoT) make it easy for developers to build digital products for even the most specific consumer demands. In the workplace, that’s a big deal. Whether you’re purchasing tech for a mom-and-pop grocery store or a multinational ...
One thing was certain after over 1,000 tech enthusiasts descended on San Francisco from March 5-7, wearables are here to stay.
If you thought mobile banking and ATMs were convenient, just wait until the financial sector truly embraces wearable devices.
From the hardware you’ll wear to the software that makes it worth wearing, here are a few things that could be coming out of the Bay Area this week.
Think Google Glass looks like something out of a sci-fi movie? Wait until you see smart contact lenses in action.
Social media sites and mobile devices have redefined personal journaling and boosted the Quantified Self movement.
Mobile technology is creating a more interactive educational experience for students and teachers from kindergarten to college.
From learning your ABCs to SAT prep, mobile devices and apps are improving the learning experience in and outside of the classroom.
Smartphones and tablets may already have some pretty fun games and apps, but the enjoyment factor (and profitability) goes through the roof once you bring compatible toys into the mix.
Roll on, Rosetta Stone. Sigmo promises to make users fluent in every language short of Klingon, and for a fraction of the price.
From going to class in your pajamas to bringing the lectures to your couch, Massive Online Open Courses are making education more convenient for everyone with Internet access.
From five-star success stories to reputation-scarring reviews, see which banks are delighting and enraging customers with their mobile offerings.
Tablets and other mobile devices offer students a more engaging and effective educational experience, while reducing the cost of printing and updating textbooks. So what's holding back the digital classroom?
After taking Jeopardy! by storm, IBM's Watson supercomputer is riding a cloud of artificial intelligence to our smartphones and tablets.
These matchbook-sized sensors may be the answer to faster disaster relief, better healthcare and a more connected world.
A healthy mix of mobile technology and cloud-based data storage is the perfect prescription for improving the welfare of everyone in the world.
UpTo is a well-designed calendar app that combines your existing date keeping software and your social network. See why it's so popular.
Some may doubt whether or not there's a market for wearable tech, but history says it'll do just fine.
Ever wanted to be a Jedi? Some new brainwave-reading devices are unharnessing our mind power.
Proteus Digital Health invented an ingestible chip that makes it easier for doctors and patients to monitor the effectiveness of prescriptions.
Mobile sales enablement tools are helping car and motorcycle dealerships close more deals.
Fonts are the biggest "small" design decisions you'll make for your app. Here are some things to keep in mind when selecting your typefaces.
This tiny chip is bridging the gap between the physical world and the World Wide Web.
Developers seem indifferent to the arrival of smaller smartphones, but manufacturers are hoping consumers will get a bit more excited.
A new development standard could bring us a lot closer to a Knight Rider-style relationships with our vehicles.
There's a lot of chatter going on about the potential of Android's latest operating system. The question is, how much of it is true?
Say goodbye to those bulky binders, Audi's iOS app helps owners operate and maintain their vehicles like never before.
Why should developers give Chromecast a closer look? Its great SDK, incredible ability to stream and potential for wide consumer appeal.
Users can now interact with their phone without touching it, but developers are still waiting for that capability.
New tech aims to keep batteries from holding smartphones, wearables back.
Take a look at these examples of the new OS's potential.
The social network could be a serious threat to PayPal and other mobile wallet services.
From desktop-quality processing to fingerprint detection, here's what to expect from the iPhone 5s and 5c.
Insurance, like other industries, has been slow to adapt to the mobile revolution – here's how to reap the benefits of that oversight.
It's time for one last round of speculations before the big reveal.
iDevices aren't just getting OS X's AirDrop — they're getting a better version of it.
Vodio works great on both platforms, but in two uniquely different ways.
Recent survey data from back-to-school shoppers underlines the importance of having a functional mobile presence.
Wireless giants like AT&T and Verizon are thinking less about calling plans and more about R&D.
Mobile devices and websites are the new car salesmen and dealerships.
Will innovations like Chromecast and Apple TV make it easier for cable customers to cut the cord?
The company that started as a security cautionary tale has become a leader in password protection.
Microsoft's SmartGlass and Apple AirPlay are part TV remote, part game controller and a total threat to every other gaming system.
Apple's appearance at E3 is more proof that it's time for Nintendo, Playstation and Xbox to take iOS as a serious competitor.
With the iOS 7 update, Apple's improving one of the iPhone's most popular features.
Crowdsourcing apps go a lot deeper than Kickstarter campaigns. Is your company losing out by not using it?
Are hybrid apps worth all the hype? The experts say yes.
Hands-free devices are helping our brave public servants stay safe in the line of duty.
The rest of the web is finally starting to see why Steve Jobs had so much faith in HTML5.
With hours of video content being created every second, there's finally an app to help us sift through it.
Forget the old iCar rumors. Apple doesn't want the whole car — just the dashboard.
Can the new app use its interactive video platform to take on YouTube?
Smartphones and tablets. Desktops and laptops. Tomorrow's all about how devices come together.
Making an app visually appealing and easy to use (in no particular order, of course) should be a top priority. Here are five developers who got it right.
In 2008, touchscreens were enough to put jaws on the floor. Oh, how the times change.
If you're in software, an industry that creates more buzzwords per annum than every other tech sector combined, you've likely heard the phrase "user-centered design." Here's why it's not just another bland corporate phrase.
Location-based marketing is a perfect example of the opt-in revolution: you can target users, but only if they choose to give you their info. So how can you entice them?
Ubuntu may be an upstart in the mobile industry, but the platform's desktop heritage gives it an instant start in a space Apple and Microsoft have owned since the beginning.
There are plenty of reasons to think iOS 7 may be Apple's biggest rollout yet. With Android taking market share, Microsoft upping their game and Blackberry fighting for its life, it's easy to see why.
Tizen has raised plenty of questions since Samsung and Intel announced the mobile OS. Is it merely a contingency plan or an industry shakeup in the making?