Consumers have gotten used to pinching and swiping. Soon phone makers may be adding bending, folding and squeezing to their repertoire.
We are already pretty intimate with our smartphones, poking and swiping their screens almost without second thought. Now a Japanese phone maker is making the case we go a step further, literally squeezing and pinching them to do our bidding.
Driverless cars are no longer science fiction — they're reality.
California became the second state (the first was Nevada) to approve autonomous, self-driving cars on the road. Jerry Brown, governor of California, signed the bill at Google's (GOOG) headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., on Tuesday.
Facebook's stock hit a new low Friday after it reported second-quarter results that disappointed investors.
The stock fell $3.90, or nearly 15 percent, to $22.94 in morning trading Friday. Facebook Inc.'s initial public offering of stock priced at $38, and its low had been $25.52, hit on June 6. The stock is now about 39 percent below its IPO price.