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.
A list of auto-focused talent now at Apple includes auto-parts engineers, former Tesla employees, and an expert on new battery technology.
For a $160, Sony's audiophile SDXC card claims to reduce electrical noise. Will anyone buy it?
Yet another startup is trying to simplify the remote control through touchscreens. Someone's bound to get it right eventually!
Want to watch NBC live on your phone or tablet? Only cable subscribers in select markets should bother.
The cable giant's live streaming catalog now tops 70 channels, and more than 30 percent of customers are taking advantage.
The Neptune Duo takes the guts out of your phone phone and puts them inside a smartwatch. But why would you want that?
CEO cites battery life as a 'major concern' as it looks beyond Google's platform for future smartwatches.
Microsoft opens Office to any cloud storage service that wants in, though the execution's half-baked.
Yes, wandering sheep with Wi-Fi collars could form mesh networks, to bring truly organic, free-range Wi-Fi to wide swaths of isolated countryside.
Now that anyone can create an iCloud account, the doors to Apple's online iWork suite are wide open.
If you've tried Google Cardboard and are over the age of 30, you've probably noticed some parallels to those old View-Master stereoscopes. Now, Mattel is embracing the comparison.