Cable giant says it can deliver all its TV services from the cloud, but don’t expect to see X1 on anyone’s pipes but Comcast’s.
Changing a light bulb is easier than installing a new switch. Will it be cheaper, too?
Weatherized, battery-powered cameras will eventually tie into other connected-home systems.
Dell’s Broadwell-powered 11-inch tablets can also work like laptops or even desktop PCs.
When you’re away from home, this security system responds to your doorbell by mimicking your at-home lighting usage.
The new 8-inch tablet costs twice as much as the Toshiba Encore Mini, but it comes with a better screen and double the storage.
Already a major player in the SMB networking space, Ruckus now wants to grab a slice of the small office/home office pie.
Company best known for gaming laptops and peripherals returns to the speaker market.
This PCIe-slot-in-a-box solves the mobile GPU obsolescence issue, but it forever ties you to Alienware’s laptops.
The Kindle Voyage delivers higher resolution, new page-turn tech, improved contrast, smoother glass, and other improvements you didn’t know you wanted.
This is great news on the one hand, and a sad turn of events on the other.
The e-commerce giant and aspiring media mogul wants investors to forget about yesterday's earnings report and lowered holiday-season sales forecast.
This tiny device has the potential to shake up the home-security market.
A $35 battery that sends smoke-alarm notifications to your phone would have been terrific if the $99 Leeo hadn’t been invented.
It plugs into an AC outlet, alerts you to smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, and contacts you via an app with a recording of the sound. A few false alarms aside, this security device is a smart buy for any home.