Nokia's new home screen launcher does away with widgets and folders, requiring faith in algorithms instead.
Most smartwatches treat women's fashion as an afterthought, but it's the focus of a new smart band from Intel and Opening Ceremony.
A launch in 2015 is seen as “likely,” but nothing's a given as interest slips.
Steam's Early Access model is a great way to support small game developers and fresh ideas, as long as you don't expect to ever play the finished product.
There's no shortage of enterprise-centric Facebook facsimiles, but now Facebook itself may be looking to enter the fray.
Just ahead of the holiday sales rush, the Kindle's new features promote learning and togetherness. Amazon also expanded the X-ray feature on the e-readers.
A new leasing program lets subscribers get an iPad for a monthly fee and no money down, but don't forget the fine print.
Microsoft assures Lumia Windows Phone 8 users that they won't be left behind when Windows 10 launches next year, but details are hazy.
The publisher and retailer resolve their months-long dispute, which had prompted Amazon to stop taking pre-orders, delay new releases and refuse discounts.
The new site lets you search across streaming services by title, actor or director. While the idea isn't particularly new, the execution stands out despite a few blind spots.
Both PC and console versions hit by bizarre bugs, yet Ubisoft strangely calls out AMD problems in particular.
Leaked details point to weather-based watch faces, easier navigation and some useful shortcuts for smartwatch users.
With help from IBM, Microsoft has patched a critical vulnerability that flew under the radar since the launch of Windows 95.
A slew of new sensors, controllers and triggers play nicely together, and don't require a huge up-front investment.
On-demand services like Netflix are great when you know what you want, but sometimes it's easier to turn on the TV and tune out.