iOS has had the major update for awhile, and now Android fans can really unleash the potential of their smartwatch.
New photo editing and viewing features highlight a new release of Google's social networking app.
Google makes the launcher from the Nexus 5 available for a host of other Nexus and Google Edition phones.
Samsung's new flagship phone doesn't appear all that different from the GS4 at first blush, but there are improvements everywhere.
By essentially sticking Kinect in a phone, Google aims to give our mobile devices a "human-scale understanding of space and motion."
The latest BlackBerry Messenger adds a lot of great stuff for Android and iOS users, but the company is still doomed.
Higher data caps, lower prices on Edge plans, earlier upgrades, and faster speeds are on tap for Verizon customers.
Two more cities with Sprint's Tri-band service brings the total to 14.
The Web is awash with rumored specs of Samsung's next flagship phone. While the reports aren't unreasonable, they still can't be trusted.
Microsoft’s audacious assault on your living room is delightfully innovative yet unrefined.
The new fitness service includes major names like Jillian Michaels, Tony Horton, and Tracy Anderson.
Jason, Alex, and Armando geek out on the sublime Saints Row 4, look forward to the impending release of GTA V, and discuss what makes a great open-world game.
From The Net to Office Space, Pirates of Silicon Valley to The Social Network. These are the movies we love, and hate, about the world of tech.
Disney is on a roll, with the release of it's toy-collecting game creation kit Inifinity and the truly impressive Disney Animated app.
Jason, Alex, and Susie talk about the failure of nearly every web phenomenon that found its way to "real" TV.