Google's nifty new security feature hits the stable version of Chrome OS, though you'll need to take some extra steps to make it worthwhile.
Google hasn't given up on the concept of high-tech eyewear, but admits it must go back to the drawing board.
Yet another network de-couples from cable, with a streaming service aimed at mobile devices.
The $20 Internet TV service has its fair share of problems, but it adds an element that many cord cutters have been missing.
Yet another report suggests a cleaner, more Nexus-like flagship from Samsung as the company's profits tank.
The new online store offers smart scales, home automation devices, and even a pet tracker with hooks into Jawbone's own fitness bands.
The lossless audio compression format won't be limited to laptops and desktops, though it's a few months away.
You don't need a pay-TV subscription to watch Super Bowl XLIX . Our guide shows you how to get the big game onto almost any screen you own.
A new Playstation Music service will launch this spring for PS3 and PS4 game consoles. Users will be able to pay through their PlayStation Network wallets.
After shutting down Marriott's attempt to block personal hotspot use, the FCC says it's looking into more violations elsewhere.
The $50 fitness band will soon let users control lights, locks, thermostats and more straight from the wrist.
SpotCam's “Sleep Mode” can disable recording during certain times, but switch back on when it detects motion or audio disturbances.
The $50 fitness band counts steps, tracks sleep and provides basic notification alerts, without the watch-like appearance of similarly-priced trackers.
Existing tablets will get full desktop functionality, but new devices under 8-inches will be more like Windows Phone.
For an extra $5 per month, subscribers can lock in discounts on future phones--while locking themselves in to a contract of sorts.
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