These days, it seems like everyone is innovating for the future. From eco-friendly prefab housing to high-tech city bridges, companies and cities are putting unique and interesting spins on what they believe will change our future. But, think about this for a second: Have you ever thought long and hard about what your thermostat will look like in 10 or 15 years? Probably not. Turns out that the...

Apple rolled out an update to Mac OS X Mountain LionWednesday that brings with it system-wide Facebook integration. On a day when most of the attention will be dedicated to the release of iOS 6 for mobile devices, Mac OS X 10.8.2 brings single sign-on access to the world’s most popular social network. Users will be able to sign into Facebook, as they have...

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Better, faster, stronger. The new iMac claims to be better in all the ways you’d expect a refreshed product to be better: it steps up to Ivy Bridge, and packs NVIDIA Kepler chips for stronger graphics performance. It sports an improved display that cuts down on glare by 75 percent. But thinner? For the first time in the product’s history, the iMac is missing a built-in optical drive, which allows it to measure just 5mm thick around the edges. We can’t say we’ve been waiting for a desktop quite that skinny, but...

Sharing news on Facebook may have landed Netflix in hot water with U.S. regulators. The Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday gave Netflix and its chief executive, Reed Hastings, a “Wells Notice”regarding how Reed disclosed some information about the company. What that essentially means is that the SEC may take some sort of civil legal action...

HTC isn’t going to let Nokia keep the Chinese limelight for long: the phone maker has just launched three variants of its late 2012 flagship phones for China’s mainland, all of which should reach local stores by mid-December. Those looking for sheer brawn will want the Butterfly. While it’s ultimately a slight variant on the J Butterfly (Droid...

Tim Cook has dropped the strongest hint yet that Apple is developing its own ’iTV’ television set. Speaking to Brian Williams of NBC, Apple’s chief executive officer said the TV set was ‘an area of intense interest’ for the company. In a full interview that will be screened Thursday evening in the United States, Cook coyly suggested...

Although the iPad mini only went on sale in November, there are already rumours to be found regarding the next iteration of the device. Apple, as is its custom, will never be drawn on speculation about upcoming devices – but that hasn’t stopped the whisperings circulating around the internet.   Apple iPad mini 2 – Screen Probably the biggest...

  Samsung’s Galaxy SIII is due to launch officially on May 3rd. We’ve already seen some blurry images of what might be the phone—but now an even more convincing example has surfaced in Vietnam. Engadget reports that the handset showed up on Vietnamese site Tinhte—though the original page is now down. No worries: we still have the pictures...

Facebook has begun testing its new automatic photo upload service on a small sample of iOS app users. The Photo Sync feature, which was tested on some Android app users in September, will upload all photos taken with the device’s camera to the social network as soon as the picture is taken. While that may be a terrifying prospect for those snapping more than just beautiful landscapes, cats and cheesecake, Photo Sync will not post photos directly to the user’s Timeline without approval. Instead all photos will be stored...

Google today unveiled a fresh look for its YouTube video Web site, going with a cleaner design that emphasizes subscriptions and channels even more than before. The company made the announcement on its blog, running through some of the changes. Those changes include placing the video at the top of the page, putting it front and center for the viewer, and adding...