Secret, a new app that lets you share honestly and anonymously, is addictive.
A new kind of accelerometer could bring sophisticated motion sensing to even cheap mobile phones.
Monitoring acetone in breath could tell dieters whether their efforts are paying off.
A new projection technology could see in-vehicle displays pop up in wing mirrors.
Simple devices that can link up via Wi-Fi but don’t need batteries could make it easier to spread computing throughout your home.
The complexity of the Internet is overwhelming some older routers, but these systems can easily be upgraded.
Artificial retinas give the blind only the barest sense of what’s visible, but researchers are working hard to improve that.
Mobile news curation uses human editors and good design to improve the experience of reading the news on smartphones.
Smartphones have transformed computing astonishingly quickly. Case in point: a billion devices with Google’s Android software were activated in just five years. No other technology ever drew so many users so fast, according to analyst Horace Dediu of Asymco.