Logitech continues its quest to control your entire smart home by linking up with a couple of voice-activated computers.
Asset sale could include millions of e-mails, physical addresses, and customer names, if legal challenges don't stop it.
Combining broadcast and streaming video in one device is a clever idea, but Mohu's execution is too sloppy to recommend.
A new office will look at the privacy implications of smart homes, connected cars, mobile payments, and big data.
Users will be able to take their media streamer on the road, hook up external storage, and listen to more music through Prime Playlists.
The brainchild of Hulu's former CEO takes on YouTube, but cuts out the user-generated cruft.
A forthcoming Fitbit update lets users connect multiple fitness trackers the same account, with different devices to suit the occasion.
PC vendors may not have to include a Secure Boot toggle with Windows 10, raising a bigger barrier for alternative operating systems.
The latest SlingPlayer Desktop update clutters the video interface with banner advertisements.
Microsoft tries to walk the line between condoning piracy and converting illegitimate users.
Siri, App Store, and home automation could be centerpieces of Apple's next living room set-top box.
Sony, HBO, and Showtime reportedly seek special treatment for their online video services, but run into net neutrality rules and business concerns.
Pebble pledges $1 million toward watch bands that will make its next smartwatch more useful.
Microsoft has big plans for spreading Windows beyond phones, tablets, and PCs, and it's just started talking about the hardware options.
No design, no features, and no price tag. Just a promise of a luxury Android Wear-based smartwatch by the end of 2015.