Microsoft may backtrack on Windows 8's file backup solution, giving users more control over which files they can flag for safekeeping.
Three years after swearing off Microsoft's mobile platform, LG is back with a budget handset for Verizon Wireless.
Google's streaming video dongle has the support of most major streaming services, though it still has a handful of blind spots.
Owners can now bark out orders to buy stuff. And thus, the endgame for Amazon’s cylindrical speaker is revealed.
The home security giant gives a glimpse at its automation ambitions, including a high-end security camera and Nest integration.
If you can't decide between Internet radio and on-demand streaming, Rdio's $4 per month plan will give you a bit of both.
The new website lets you drop in any image and attempts to identify it, though it's more amusing than practical at the moment.
Sideclick's IR attachment adds power and volume controls to Roku and other media streamers, but its existing Kickstarter project is a dead campaign walking.
After the U.S. Supreme Court deemed Aereo illegal, TiVo thinks it can bring the broadcast DVR service back from the dead.
The update also simplifies home theater setups and paves the way for more features in the Sonos app.
Send a pizza emoji to the Domino's Twitter account, get a pizza. But why?
Forget ceiling-mounted speakers and smart LED bulbs; Sony's latest invention rolls them into a single device.
Nvidia's cloud gaming service just got a lot crisper for those with a fast enough Internet connection. All that's missing is a console to play on.
Warner Music Group says gains in streaming revenue 'more than offset' the decline in downloads.
The $19 invention kit translates contact with everyday objects into button or keyboard presses.