Last year, 4 cams on a smartphone looked like excess. Now 5 lenses may be the new normal, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK
A speaking mirror leads our second batch of the most useless gadgets from CES, selected by ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK
A new report by Accenture and the World Economic Forum reveals digital technology’s decade-long value creation potential.
Uber has announced the launch of Uber Lite, which it describes as “the new, lighter way to Uber”. The new interface is designed to make booking...
After team members survived the Nairobi terror attack, Ushahidi released its new preparedness tool free, writes its CEO, NATHANIEL MANNING
The smart home is no longer a distant vision confined to advanced economies, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.
Super Smash Bros. delivers what the fans wanted in the latest "Ultimate" instalment, writes BRYAN TURNER.
Epic Games has repaired a vulnerability that exposed Fortnite, the world’s most popular game of the moment, to hackers. The hole, which was left in Epic’s...
The worst gadgets of CES also deserve their moment of infamy, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.
A digital microphone won the Last Gadget Standing (LGS) live competition run by Living in Digital Times during CES 2019 in Las Vegas. LGS celebrated ten...