Oh snap, you may have to postpone your New Year's resolution to exercise, at least if Jawbone's UP3 fitness band was part of your plans.
Branching menus of canned text messages let you communicate without letting the whole room know.
Microsoft claims more activity than any previous Windows test build, and more than 1.5 million sign-ups to date.
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Netflix says downloads are a 'short term fix' for the bigger problem of Wi-Fi access.
The luxury watchmaker says it's planning multiple partnerships and eying acquisitions
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Netflix's new Android app sends social notifications to tell you what's on, but its Android Wear support doesn't yet connect the dots with Chromecast for streaming video nirvana.
After 'several months' of negotiations, Roku and Comcast end their unexplained standoff over HBO Go streaming.
Next time you strap on a GoPro or other wearable camera, keep in mind that your movement pattern could be identified like a fingerprint.
Microsoft flips the switch on its conversation translation tech, though it's invite-only for now.
Intel may have more than just newer Broadwell processors up its sleeve as it revamps its miniature NUC bare-bones PCs.
HTC's selfie phone is only slightly less expensive than the flagship One (M8), but some problems with its headlining camera features leave a greater gulf in quality.
The consumer side of Windows 10 may include some perks for PC gaming, but does Microsoft have more than just DirectX 12 up its sleeve?
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