The Chrome app launcher overhaul puts a greater emphasis on search and contextual information. It's in beta now if you want to try it.
Certain shows on A&E, Lifetime, and LMN are effectively blacked out due to content rights issues.
Pricing in Korea will be close to $600, putting it on par with the Apple Watch.
In lieu of an app ecosystem, Olio focuses on handsome design and limited clutter.
Amazon Cloud Drive takes the 'bang for your buck' throne, though its services are lacking.
After years of shuffling through various names for its modern app platform, Microsoft is keeping it simple with 'Windows Apps.'
The misguided shrieks of cable apologists are growing louder as better alternatives emerge.
NomadKey for Pebble watches looks kind of like a key, but is actually a compact USB charging cable.
Logitech continues its quest to control your entire smart home by linking up with a couple of voice-activated computers.
Asset sale could include millions of e-mails, physical addresses, and customer names, if legal challenges don't stop it.
Combining broadcast and streaming video in one device is a clever idea, but Mohu's execution is too sloppy to recommend.
A new office will look at the privacy implications of smart homes, connected cars, mobile payments, and big data.
Users will be able to take their media streamer on the road, hook up external storage, and listen to more music through Prime Playlists.
The brainchild of Hulu's former CEO takes on YouTube, but cuts out the user-generated cruft.
A forthcoming Fitbit update lets users connect multiple fitness trackers the same account, with different devices to suit the occasion.
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