Google has been under the gun in the EU for a while now about its privacy policies, particularly in France, which is fairly hardcore about such matters.
Leica's just taken its vintage branding strategy to a new level with the D-Lux 6 "G-Star RAW" compact model, styled by the Dutch denim maker of that name.
Welcome to Samsung Day, 2013. While we wait on some big (and little) product launches this afternoon, here's a quick bite to keep us going: an interesting processor spec mentioned in the user manual for the SHV-E330S, which we think will be the new LTE-Advanced variant of the Galaxy S 4 intended for South Korea.
BitTorrent announced its new file format, the Bundle, just over a month ago, giving artists new tools to control content distributed P2P.
Just because Qualcomm's gone to plaid (aka.
Bike sharing systems like New York's Citi Bike may be taking off, but it's doubtful that many participants can find every station without checking a map.
Dolphin has done a pretty fine job when it comes to keeping its browser loaded with plenty of handy features, both on Android and iOS.
Netflix's first foray into the horror genre seems to have gone well, as the company announced it's renewing Hemlock Grove for a second season.
Chalk up one more reason to check out Windows 8.
Sick of endless patent wars yet? According to the New York Times, so is the Federal Trade Commission.