Apple showed off new Watch bands, finishes, and a partnership with Hermes, and set a release date of September 16 for watchOS 2.
You already knew that secure web connections prevent snooping by criminals and others on points between you and a server. But they also keep networks from injecting advertising.
In the wake of T-Mobile's aggressive, expansive plans, AT&T is the latest carrier to blink. But wait: Prices will drop much more.
Windows 10 lets you share Wi-Fi network access with contacts in a seemingly secure manner, but it opens all Wi-Fi networks to the potential of unwanted use.
Comcast's gigabit broadband announcement sidesteps what Internet users really need: consistent, high-quality throughput for video.
A new brand-name oriented doohickey from Amazon promises to remove the tedium of re-ordering as long as you want only products from brands.
The companies that make standalone cameras thought quality would win over sharing.
Announcements from browser makers last week may recall the bad old days of browser incompatibility, but this isn't IE6 all over again.
Kanex's MySpot lets you extend your Ethernet network to Wi-Fi using a compact, USB-powered accessory. However, it suffers from using older wireless technology and security.
Traveling with loads of expensive gear? Learn what you can do to protect your technology from thieves and how to track it down if it goes missing.
Hitting the road this holiday season? Before you do, follow these steps to make sure you don't find a data disaster if your computer falls prey to nature, theft, or bad luck while you're out and about.
What's the deal with LTE, anyway? Glenn Fleishman explains the ins and outs of the Long Term Evolution mobile broadband standard.
Entering life as a photographic experiment, Photosynth has evolved into a fabulous panorama maker.
Take control of your own data on cloud storage services. Here's how.
Comcast is dropping its 250GB monthly limit on broadband for now, with plans to replace it with a higher cap. Glenn Fleishman looks at what no limits will mean for Comcast subscribers now and how they may have to change their behavior when the cap returns.