Russian modem developer Yota Devices has launched its first smartphone.
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Fingerprint Cards is aiming to sell its identity technology to most of the world's biggest smartphone makers.
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House of Representatives renews a 25-year-old prohibition against firearms that can evade metal detectors and X-ray machines.
Tech giant is reportedly taking its first tentative steps into the world of lingerie.
US driver pleads not guilty to what is believed to be the first traffic citation alleging a motorist was using Google's wearable tech.
Minority Report-like Leap Motion device that lets you control your computer with hand gestures will be exclusive to Dick Smiths
US senator asks 20 of the world's biggest automakers how they've secure their vehicles from cyber attacks.
Sick of waiting for the courier? Amazon has the solution, with plans to fly book orders straight to you.
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Latest advances allow soldiers to print ammunition to re-supply troops during a firefight.
More Kiwi households have access to cellphones than the internet and a surprising number still use fax machines.
Hayden Walles looks at the technology used to track movement.
No egregious missteps of hardware, no small yet crucial software flaw; it's a smartphone, and it works.
When the email appeared in my inbox, I thought it was a joke. The concept sounded, well, the opposite of smart.
Willis Ware, a former Rand Corp engineer who helped build early computers in the 1940s and '50 and predicted the importance of PCs long before they became ubiquitous, has died. He was 93.
Startup's founders say new smartphone's open operating system gives it an edge over rivals.
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Digital microscope scoffed at for being "unoriginal and unmarketable" now making waves worldwide.
Forget Google Glass, Japanese tech giant Sony has patented "SmartWig" hairpieces.
Move over wristwatch, there's a new time-teller in town and it doesn't need a fancy "smart" interface.
A team from New York University has designed a flying jellyfish-like robot that uses four flapping wings to stay aloft.
Opportunity to own Google Glass eyewear opens with online registration.