Streaming games and over-the-air channels from another room can help slim down your media center, but they also introduce some new points of failure.
The dot-com era search brand is touting a curious new hardware venture, but the point of it all remains a bit murky.
Huawei will be the first dedicated fitness tracker to support Jawbone's app and coaching features.
Apple may not be entirely to blame for the delay, and Pebble gets some great publicity from it. The only losers are Pebble's most loyal backers.
The new standalone service launches on July 12, and includes full access to Showtime's back catalog.
A leaked product roadmap indicates double the RAM, double the storage, and a boost to Core M processors.
The mail-order video game rental service's expansion to streaming seems long overdue, but the market's still young and unproven.
A new website indicates a spin-off from Skype Wi-Fi, unifying multiple providers' hotspots around a single login.
With more realistic design goals, a new prototype, and Android-based software, Blocks' smartwatch could become a real product after all.
The SanDisk Ultra Fit claims the crown for smallest 128 GB USB 3.0 drive, while also doubling the capacity of its standard thumb drives.
With developer support waning, Nintendo's NX platform will reportedly woo developers with more flexibility on how to release their games.
Google-powered TV boxes have been a tough sell next to Apple TV, Roku, and Fire TV, but that’s starting to change.
After a fairly straightforward keynote, Google’s advanced research division shows off wrist-worn radar, touch-sensitive fabric, and a new plan to kill passwords.
Who has time to organize digital photos? Google shows a better way, provided you can live with some compression.
Shield is much pricier than your average set-top box, but aims to justify its $200 price tag with 4K streaming and a bunch of gaming options.