This year, football fans will have access to more footage and highlights than ever before, all thanks to National Football League's new network, NFL Now. What's more, it's available on almost any device, for free.
A few years back, IBM started building a single-core chip with unprecedented computing power, inspired by the human brain. Now dubbed SyNAPSE, this production-ready SOC has 4,096 neurosynaptic cores and runs off a ridiculously low amount of power.
Could you text faster if your smartphone produced the same kind of sensations as desktop keyboard? Microsoft thinks so, and that's why it's developing displays that create haptic feedback.
Wearable technology makes it easy to monitor calories, heart rate and now, apparently, sexual fitness. This is the SexFit, a pedometer for male genitalia.
Ever pondered what using Siri for Mac would be like? According to a new patent application, it looks like Apple's just a bit closer to serving up its digital assistant on a OS X-shaped platter.
What you're looking at could be the remnants of flying rockets and explosions, as seen from the ISS. Taken by astronaut Alexander Gerst, this photo shows what Gaza and Israel looked like as he passed over the area from high above.
MarketWatch is reporting that in preparation for layoffs, Microsoft is offering former Nokia workers the chance to voluntarily resign and receive a free Lumia 630. Now if it was a Surface Pro 3 they were offering...