Data for Your Watch Could Cost As Much As Data for Your Tablet

The Galaxy Gear S, another Samsung wearable among many, will be available in the U.S. on Nov. 7 and unlike its other Gear siblings, the S can have its own data connection. Unfortunately, it looks like carriers will make you pay for this thing (and potentially any other data-enabled smartwatch) as if it were a… » 10/30/14 1:17pm Thursday 1:17pm

HP Just Launched Its Own Super-Fast 3D Printer

Today, HP announced a new technology and 3D printer it thinks is going to revolutionize the industry. This massive machine isn't meant to sit in your home, but rather be a new piece of tech in the arsenal of additive manufacturing. Using a new technology that HP calls "Multi Jet Fusion," the company says printing… » 10/29/14 10:38am Wednesday 10:38am

Google X Wants to Track Cancer With Nanoparticles and Wearables

Google X, the company's secretive arm tasked with dreaming up the future, is as you would imagine pretty ambitious. But in the area of medicine, their plans seem ripped from the pages of science fiction. Today at the WSJD conference, Google X announced a project that wants to track cancer in your blood with the help… » 10/28/14 3:34pm Tuesday 3:34pm

Office 365 Subscribers Now Get Unlimited OneDrive Storage

In mid-July, Microsoft announced that'd it be rolling at a 1 TB storage increase for all its Office 365 Home, Personal, and University subscribers. But the team decided continue its push for cloud supremacy by upping its storage capacity into infinity. Office 365 users now have access to unlimited storage via OneDrive » 10/27/14 12:35pm Monday 12:35pm

The 39 Steps Is Early Alfred Hitchcock at its Finest

Alfred Hitchcock's career seems to span the entire history of cinema. In his early years, he made a few silent flicks and his later movies continue to influence films and the filmmakers who make them today. Although many of Hitchcock's earlier works are recognized as classics, The 39 Steps is the best of the bunch. » 10/26/14 9:00pm Sunday 9:00pm

Our Favorite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

This week we saw an insane amount of new apps. Facebook Creative Labs revealed mobile-friendly message boards for iOS. Google wants completely reimagine your inbox. Even Skype had a doodle-centric tweak for Windows Phone. But there's much, much more to explore in the world of our three favorite operating systems, so… » 10/26/14 5:00pm Sunday 5:00pm

How SpaceX Became a Major Player in the U.S. Space Industry

Hello, and welcome to another weekend installment of Reading List where we show off some of the great science and tech reads you might have missed (while continually reading gizmodo dot com, of course). This week's narrative big hitters comes from Motherboard, Wired, Quartz, and The New York Times. Take a break from… » 10/26/14 4:00pm Sunday 4:00pm

Lenovo Quietly Reveals Its Own Smartband Because Why Not

Lenovo likes to do its own thing. Sometimes that pays off, such as the company's lovable Yoga laptops, other times you end up with tablets with weird kickstands and built-in projectors. Now, Lenovo has quietly posted its first wearable on its website, but this gadget seems content with just following the crowd. » 10/26/14 11:30am Sunday 11:30am

3DAround Camera App Will Add a New Dimension to Your Food Photography

Innovation in the world of food photography has been a long time coming, and I wouldn't mind a little shake up since my Instagram feed is completely full of it. An upcoming iOS app releasing next month called 3DAround will do exactly that—by capturing every angle of that delicious dish you're about to devour. » 10/26/14 9:00am Sunday 9:00am