The king of ride-sharing companies just can't be trusted. Luckily, there are plenty of other ways to catch a ride.
The $200 device is a little like Siri for your whole house.
Low-power sensors, useful notifications, and peace of mind for homeowners: not a bad package.
The videogame seller will offer independent documentaries, to download and stream, without the burden of DRM.
Blink was born to help sell its proprietary silicon chips. What it's ended up producing, though, is a flexible and inexpensive security camera with a unique set of features.
Amazon's superfans will love it already, but in a few more iterations, it could make Amazon superfans of us all.
Siri isn't the only personal assistant that can turn on the lights for you. Cortana integration is coming to the Insteon smart-home ecosystem.
Sling Media's new user interface for its flagship Slingbox has a few features sports nuts in particular will love.
In cities with microclimates, like San Francisco, an app that tells you the temperature at the airport is pretty much useless. Here’s BloomSky to the rescue -- if it can build a strong enough network of stations.
Once Dynamic Perspective's gee-whiz factor wears off, Amazon thinks little extras like contextual menus and deep links in Firefly results will delight Fire Phone users by anticipating their next move.
The first health app for Android Wear lets users shake their watch to report back that they took their medicines as instructed.
This smart gardening system sends data from your soil to the cloud, which decides when and how much to water your plants. Yep, it's a 21st-century rain cloud.
Three new features were announced at the Google I/O keynote, coming soon to a Chromecast near you.
Google took the wraps off Android Wear at its I/O conference, and watches from LG and Samsung are available for preorder.
Of course Google-owned Nest will share your data with Google, but only if you say it's OK.
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