By moving remote-controlled outlet and light bulb switches onto a local Wi-Fi network, Hook promises to enable a smart home for under $100.
Another cool feature in this technical preview is the ability to attach files to notes.
The eCall system will automatically dial 112, Europe's single emergency number, in case of a crash.
There are hints of more wearable features, but we may have to wait for an Android Wear update.
Don't be afraid to get rid of your cable. Streaming and download services will ensure that you don't miss any of your favorite shows or movies.
Instead of jolting you into action, Windows 10's notifications seem eager to put your mind at ease.
Its camera features and pared down software experience makes it better than its predecessor, but I'm not sold on the leather.
LG’s betting on a sophisticated camera and a Snapdragon 808 processor to reel you in to its new flagship device.
Getting ready to check the "agree" box on that User Agreement? Read this first.
Alienware's Graphics Amplifier lets you upgrade your laptop graphics instead of tossing it
As the new model arrives, LG drops the price of its G Watch R and discontinues the original G Watch.
Creating an app ecosystem for Outlook.com will help it compete with Gmail, and also contribute to Microsoft's goal of universal apps.
Following four days of player anger, Steam finally puts the kibosh on paid mods for Skyrim. But maybe not for other games?
Trolling mode off: Yes, we tested Alienware's Amplifier and it worked!
Windows 10 is the centerpiece of a broader vision of universal apps and services running on all devices. At Build, we should see how it's all coming together.