Facebook began testing this feature in January, and has begun the roll-out to users in the United States.
Belgian designer Carl de Smet discusses his experiments with smart foam technology, which allows him to 'bake' furniture so it assembles itself.
After founding, leading and selling StubHub to eBay for millions, Jeff Fluhr talks to Rocco Pendola about that experience and his new company, San Francisco-based social video platform, Spreecast.
Eric Moger, a 60 year old man in England has had a prosthetic face created using three dimensional printing technology.
Ever wish you could make yourself invisible? Well, you can either shrink yourself down to a millionth of a meter, or wrap yourself in a new cloak that renders objects inside invisible.
So much cool tech was revealed at SXSW this year, it's hard to pick our favorites! But here's three awesome products that will be changing the world around us in the future!
According to a report Wednesday by the BBC, internet speeds around the world have been noticeably slowed by a massive "distributed denial of service" attack. These distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks overload targeted web servers with extra traffic that so people who are trying to reach a site for legitimate ...
The company will begin offering iPhones on April 12, and will avoid the two-year contract pricing system used by its competitors.
Flash drives are all kinds of awesome, little storage warehouses you can attach to your keychain or slip into your pocket. And cheap, too. I've routinely seen 16-gigabyte drives for as little as $10 and 32-gigabyte drives for around $20. That's enough room for a smattering of movies, a giant ...
Google Keep offers similar services to Evernote and OneNote, but synchs with the Google cloud.