A new Google Glass service can detect the gender, age and emotions of people's faces as they appear in photos or video taken by Google's smart glasses. But the service avoids Google's recent ban on facial recognition technology by not connecting faces to personal identities. Full story
With its recognizable mascots and bloodless violence, Nintendo has the market on games for kids almost cornered. Attracting adults to its flagging Wii U console has proven a little more difficult, which is why 'Bayonetta 2,' a delightfully over-the-top action game, might be just what the system need Full story
"Assassin's Creed" is a series of video games known for its combination of complex historical storylines and tense stealth gameplay, all set in an enormous and highly realistic virtual environment. The newest installment in the franchise, the upcoming "Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag" winds the cloc Full story
With people putting more and more information online, it's easy for employers to Google job prospects. And while people are gradually learning the importance of deleting incriminating photos, what about simply unattractive ones? Nowadays, employers can search not only for hot candidates, but also fo Full story
A wedding or the birth of a child can often bring friends together, but occasionally these milestones can also serve as the last hurrah for friends who are drifting apart. David Plotz of Slate.com and psychiatrist Janet Taylor talk about why close friendships aren’t always lifelong.
If you’re still wondering if there’s an app for that, technology reporter Natali Morris shares her picks for teens, young adults and even retirees, from apps to record fun video to apps that remind you to take medications.