Google Earth on iOS was updated on Thursday with a new 3D maps and a Tour Guide feature that points out historic and landmark locations in cities.
A new project lets artists and storytellers build upon each other’s animated tales to create Creative Commons-licensed works, much like the Exquisite Corpse parlor game.
In the hands of a lesser geek, a movie about an Armageddon-esque battle between 25-story robots and equally humungous kaiju monsters could’ve wound up looking like a disaster — and not in a good way. But when that geek is director Guillermo Del Toro, and the film is his upcoming action flick Pacific Rim, it’s best to just trust the man, sit back and enjoy the ride.
What Airbnb did for renting out extra bedrooms and couches in homes, Sidecar wants to do for vacant passenger and back seats in cars.
Mozilla is hard at work on Firefox for the iPad, but don’t expect this to be your father’s Firefox. Instead the company is hoping to “reinvent the browser for a new form factor.”
The mythical beast known as the CSS Variable is about to be released into the wild. WebKit, the engine that powers browsers like Safari and Chrome, will soon support one of the most requested features for CSS — variables.
HP announced on Tuesday that by using its Operations Orchestration Manager software, its private and hybrid cloud offerings can be configured to burst into public clouds, including the HP Public Cloud, Savvis, and Amazon Web Services.
Yahoo introduces a visual search results iOS app and browser extension. Will it replace Safari as your iOS browser?
Nokia isn’t just focused on bolstering its position in the smartphone market. The company on Tuesday unveiled two new feature phones — the Nokia 110 and Nokia 112 — that will bring web browsing, social networking, and gaming to budget-conscious consumers and emerging markets.
Meet the Day Maker, an iPhone dock that’s an alarm clock with toaster-like aspirations.