Just like it's done with its popular line of smartphones, you'll be able to fire up Moto Maker for a customized wearable.
Docker Machine, Swarm and Compose can be used together to manage large Docker deployments
Coming up on WTU this week Samsung faces a complaint from a privacy group on eavesdropping TVs, Google debuts YouTube Kids to generate content and marketing opportunities and we let you know what trends we'll expect at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
You can also finally turn off the birthday notifications from Google+.
Sesame fits over existing deadbolts, installs with nothing but adhesive, and has a funky knock-to-unlock feature.
First announced at CES, with few details, Panasonic’s 2015 Viera line will be the first smart TVs to use Mozilla’s operating system.
Republican commissioners say the agency's action will likely be overturned by U.S. courts.
Just like with Google search, a pilot group will be able to play for better placement in Android's app storefront.
Compliance with FINRA regulatory standards is on the way
Samsung will still issue bonuses and performance incentives as it negotiates a challenging business environment
Nick's first subscription streaming video plan has arrived, though it's not the far-reaching service we expected.
It was nice while it lasted, but Windows Phone is without a viable tap-and-pay option in the U.S., again.
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint now support Dropbox on an iPad or iPhone. Unless, of course, you want to insert photos. Here's the workaround.
LG takes the kitchen sink approach with LTE, NFC, a heart-rate monitor and push-to-talk features, but the software's a bit of a mystery.