Nick's first subscription streaming video plan has arrived, though it's not the far-reaching service we expected.
LG takes the kitchen sink approach with LTE, NFC, a heart-rate monitor and push-to-talk features, but the software's a bit of a mystery.
A new smartwatch chip platform paves the way for cellular connectivity and NFC, but promises longer battery life and breezier wireless charging in the meantime.
Signs of low-cost and mid-range Windows Phones emerge, including a budget phablet for AT&T.
Not satisfied with the new Start menu in Windows 10? Stardock still sees a role for replacements.
You don’t have to skirt the law to take advantage of Plex. Here's how to use the popular media server software—even as a law-abiding cord cutter.
The breakfast chain aims to disrupt more than just your stomach as it partners with the “Uber of package delivery.”
The update brings the Roku app in line with Plex’s existing apps for Xbox, Playstation, and Smart TVs. In other words, it’s now much less of an eyesore.
Pebble's first color smartwatch takes a page from Google Now, with a “timeline” view that tells users what's coming up next.
If Microsoft wants to get a stronger grip on PC gaming in Windows 10, it'll have to do better at keeping scams and shameless clones out of the Windows Store.
A mystery smartwatch image pops up on Pebble's website, and it looks, well, interesting.
LG has announced four new mid-range phones ahead of Mobile World Congress, and they're getting some trickle-down features from LG's more expensive handsets.
Still in development, the upcoming Android TV app and set-top box promises to auto-detect commercials, and show you more pleasant things instead.
New Pebble hardware and software are reportedly on the agenda for next week as the company teases a big announcement.
The childproofed version of YouTube will have parental controls, a simpler interface, and no comments.