LG is already making Android Wear devices, but the company hopes it can also make a few webOS wearables as well.
The final prototype of the Avegant Glyph is at CES. This mobile theater looks like a pair of headphones that fit over your eyes Geordi LaForge style.
Palm is coming back to life after China-based TCL purchased the brand name from HP.
It's finally here audio fans: Neil Young's fancy high-resolution audio player the Pono is landing on store shelves.
Razer's Nabu smartband is getting a younger sibling at half the price. The OLED-less Nabu X goes on sale in February for $50.
Volkswagen is getting serious about smartphone overlays for its embedded system. Later in 2015, Android Auto, Apple's CarPlay, and Mirror Link will start showing up in U.S. models.
Netflix doesn't do much to stop people from accessing Netflix over a virtual private network, but that may soon change.
If you want to look good while tracking your steps, the new Activité Pop may be the smartwatch for you.
Forget going to the gym. Getting your digital life in order is just as important--and far, far easier.
For these companies, it was just the worst of times.
Microsoft has finally made it easier to chat with others working on the same document inside Office Online thanks to a Skype-powered feature that is now live.
Sony is partnering with Samsung to bring its PlayStation Now game streaming service to select Samsung Smart TVs in 2015.
Keep tabs on Santa's Christmas Eve trek around the globe with these websites, apps, and more.
Lost some work on a document you saved to Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive? Don't worry! All three services automatically save older versions of edited documents.
Google's instant answer results for song lyrics are partial and push you towards the Google Play Store.