Sharp's new handset, the AQUOS Crystal, is a mid-range device with mediocre internals. What it does have going for it, however, are some ridiculously thin bezels.
Over a year ago, Barnes & Nobles outsourced its tablet manufacturing to Samsung. The result? Say hello to the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook. It's basically the same Galaxy Tab you already know, but with extra software.
What if you could replace your Fitbit with a of pair athletic shorts? Thanks to a company called mCube, accelerometer-embedded clothing might soon be a reality.
The academic season has begun, and what better time to treat yourself to a new phone. Check out Engadget's Back to School Guide for a list of the best handsets you can buy right now.
What you're looking at is the world's largest solar thermal power plant. And while it's a great source of renewable energy, it's turning out to be hazardous for lots and lots of birds.
That might look like a regular piece of glass, but it's actually a transparent solar panel. Thanks to researchers at Michigan State University, your windowpanes might one day help power your home.
Own an Apple TV? If so, you'll be excited to know that NFL Now is finally headed your way. Let the games begin.