Like a decentralized Wayback Machine, a new tool called Amber is letting individual websites join the fight against link rot.
We've seen projector phones tablets and cameras before, but none of those creations seem quite as logical as the projector boombox.
Swatch plans to have an answer when the Apple Watch arrives this April, though a full-blown wrist computer seems unlikely.
Ever wish you could watch the Weird Al Show or Mystery Science Theater 3000 again? ShoutFactoryTV brings it to phones, set-top boxes, and more for free.
You might think of YouTube as merely a place for snack-sized videos, but these tips can turn it into a cord-cutting powerhouse.
As Windows PCs shrink ever-smaller, Beelink is the latest brand to get on board.
Flush with $1 million in Kickstarter cash, Neeo wants to be the first smart home remote that won't scare the heck out of normal people.
Though it's hardly the first plant sensor on the market, Daisy aims to undercut its rivals on price.
Got books to digitize and plenty of patience? Amazon's Kindle Convert software will let you scan them at home.
If you got cold feet during the Surface Pro 3's holiday sale, Microsoft is giving you a second chance. But is new hardware looming?
Microsoft takes another stab at the Android lock screen, this time with images, news, weather, and search from Bing.
Several studies show upwards of 10 percent average energy savings when using Nest, though actual savings depends on many factors.
Pebble is more popular than ever with 1 million units sold, but may change directions with new hardware and software.
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.