The state will offer a free driver's license app in 2015, though it may face some hurdles in fully replacing a physical document.
Forget those rumors of an Android Wear watch from HTC. The company says it'll have a different kind of wearable to show off next month.
Sorry Spotify and Pandora; set-top darling Roku is playing favorites with a different streaming music service.
It's yet another limited-time offer, but it brings the cost of unlimited data to just $180 per month for a family of four.
While all Android Wear smartwatches currently require a nearby smartphone for connectivity, that could change early next year with the rumored “LG G Watch R2.”
While Netflix hikes prices for 4K video, Amazon starts streaming movies and TV shows to Prime subscribers at no additional cost.
Dish decides that CBS with advertisement is better than no CBS at all, as it agrees to pause AutoHop for seven days after any broadcast.
Got a Galaxy Note 4? For an extra $200, you can take part in virtual reality experiments from Samsung and Oculus.
After years of battling with record labels and ultimately getting outdone by Spotify, Grooveshark is taking on Pandora instead.
Aside from their looks and pricing, these two streaming sticks are more different than they are alike. At $74 for the pair, owning both isn't a crazy idea.
A collaboration with TAG could be the chipmaker’s most visible product yet, and a sign that Intel really is serious about wearables.
Sony will fully embrace Google’s platform for its entire smart TV lineup, which could start shipping as soon as February.
Got a family plan with Spotify or Rdio? Now everyone can beam their tunes throughout the house--for better or worse.
Just like the mobile version, Wickr's new desktop apps sends messages that vanish without a trace. But there's one thing it can't do on the new platforms that's pretty important.
After sinking $300 million into Barnes & Noble's digital reading business, Microsoft is walking away with about $120 million in cash and stock--and not much else.