eWEEK is ending its first year of eWEEKchats with a look ahead to 2014 and the new and different things we may expect to encounter.
YotaPhone has a 4.3-inch LCD and a same-size e-ink display, which acts as a handy, always-on second screen, on its back.
Amazon, by 2015, will be ready to offer 30-minute deliveries using unmanned drones called "Octocopters." It's hoping the FAA will also be ready.
The amazing sites of Venice, Italy, are now visible to virtual visitors using Google Street View.
Google creates a Hobbit-based Chrome Experiment just in time for the upcoming new Hobbit film.
Google has said it wants to eventually build Glass for eyeglass wearers, too. Now a report says it is in talks with an eyewear company to make it happen.
eWEEK 30: Unix remains a major server platform in enterprises and on the Internet three decades after PC Week started covering the computer industry.
After conquering Android and iOS, two popular apps arrive on Windows Phone 8 and help flesh out Microsoft's mobile marketplace.
Cirrus Insight puts Salesforce and about 75 percent of its functionality into a separate workbox inside Gmail, then syncs the workflow accordingly.
Google offered a sneak peek at its Glass Development Kit (GDK), which will give Glass developers more control in their designs.
A new app from Microsoft turns Windows Phone 8 handsets into smart remotes for meetings and presentations.
Microsoft helps 3D models make the transition from on-screen to in-hand with the new 3D Builder app for Windows 8.1.
Furthering the company's mission to bring 3D printing into the mainstream, MakerBot releases software that simplifies the process under Windows.
eWEEK sat down with John Ellis, global technologist and head of the Ford Developer Program, to discuss how developers can benefit from the program.
Facebook made a $3 billion offer for Snapchat; 23-year-old CEO Evan Spiegel, feeling confident, has reportedly said no thanks.