The new Xbox seeks to unify gaming, TV viewing and digital media consumption with instant responsiveness and Kinect-powered voice and video control.
Previously, Google has been saying publicly that Glass would launch to the masses in 2014, but that timeframe is now being shortened.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Yahoo has plans to acquire Tumblr for $1.1 billion in cash, but whether that investment boosts revenue and earnings any time soon remains to be seen.
Google's YouTube now receives more than 100 hours of video uploads every minute. That's a lot of growth since it started in May 2005.
Up to now, no online storage service--for photos or for any other type of file--has given users 1 terabyte of free capacity.
Microsoft will release details on its next-generation Xbox gaming console May 21, but the industry's already buzzing about what the software giant has in store.
Dell’s initiative will rely on third-party technologies and will replace the company’s in-house, OpenStack-based IaaS strategy.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Yahoo will use the Tumblr social media platform to improve its reach to a younger generation of users.
NEWS ANALYSIS: While Google Glass isn't sold to the general public yet, one congressional group is concerned how Google plans to meet privacy requirements.
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The new social media app availability for Glass was unveiled at the Google I/O 2013 Developers Conference.
Harmon.ie now offers Office 365 productivity in a native BlackBerry 10 app, changing "bring your own device" to "use your own device."
Sending cash in an email is now a replacement for "the check is in the mail."
NEWS ANALYSIS: Google was on fire at its I/O conference and is heading into the rest of the year with a strong stable of products.
NEWS ANALYSIS: There weren't any Google Glass stunts on Day One of Google I/O 13, and there wasn't nearly the same level of hard news as there was in 2012, but it's still a significant event for developers.