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.
Microsoft's new browser isn't available just yet, but Windows Insiders can already reap some of the benefits through Internet Explorer.
Your Apple-powered smart home of the future needn't be limited to the HomeKit ecosystem, but venturing outside will bring some restrictions.
Contrary to an earlier statement, Microsoft now says some Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices will be left behind.
Prototype wearable would keep your face toasty warm, but could have deeper medical implications as well.
BlackBerry's developer support has sunken so low that the company is now seeking a government bailout.
Video Game High School creators RocketJump and Freddie Wong sign on with Hulu for an eight-episode original comedy.
Microsoft gives the first glimpse of its next mobile operating system, including synced notifications, Skype integration and full-featured Office.
Cloud backup firm Backblaze finds remarkably low failure rates in 4TB HDDs from Seagate and HGST.
Packing the guts of a computer into a mouse seems like a neat idea, even if it's probably going to wind up being vaporware.
Ask yourself these 9 questions before you decide to drop your cable- or satellite-TV subscription.