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Amazon has continuously bolstered the Echo's capabilities since it released the voice-controlled virtual assistant to the general public last summer.
From wearable air conditioners to a standing desk that's also a hardcore PC, Mark Hachman found some weird, wild stuff in the Asian pavilions at CES 2016.
Ready to take a step up from Google Cardboard? Homido's VR headset may be just the thing for you.
Today's wearable devices are often used to track exercise and fitness, but what if those very actions served to power the devices as well? That could soon be possible thanks to new research from MIT.
The Everest VR demo on the HTC Vive Pre got my monkey brain screaming in terror.
The Tizen-powered smartwatch now comes in 18-karat rose gold or platinum.
Intel will use Ascending Technologies' algorithms with 3D RealSense cameras.
One GBAtemp forum member managed to get Microsoft's classic OS up and running on a Nintendo 3DS with the help of emulation software.
The Oculus Rift should still ship to consumers in the first quarter of the year, Oculus says.
You know you've "made it" when you attract attention from malware distributors.
The Arcaboard won't be a must-have Christmas gift anytime soon, but it shows how future hoverboards may work.
Globally, the biggest search spikes were for breaking news and entertainment. But nerds like us searched for gadgets, gadgets, and more gadgets.
Built-in step and sleep tracking comes to the Pebble Time, Pebble Time Steel, and Pebble Time Round.
OpenAI is a new non-profit research company that wants ensure that artificial intelligence works for us, not against us.
GoPro's latest iOS update integrates a new Apple Watch app, as the company reveals its first Karma camera drone.
Microsoft researchers give their best guesses as to what 2016 will bring. (Spoiler alert: Flying cars are still a no-go.)
Microsoft wowed tech enthusiasts with its HoloLens augmented reality headset, and now it's looking for software to run the hardware. The winner of the contest, which runs through early January, will be able to interact with Microsoft developers as they turn the idea into an app.
Forgetting to enter exercise mode is no longer an issue for the Fitbit Charge HR and Surge.