Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
Allowing developers to tap into the Apple Watch's sensors means apps can utilize the device's unique components
Developers will soon be able to free themselves from the iPhone and tap into the full array of Apple Watch sensors.
It's open-source, too. Tokyo startup Exiii is trying to dramatically cut the cost of fake but functional hands.
South Korea wins robotics challenge... Apple WWDC kicks off... Sprint aims for network upgrade
EasyJet, the pan-European budget airline, is testing using drones to inspect aircraft for damage from events like lightning strikes.
Hackers steal data on 4 million government workers...Facebook slims down Android app...privacy-for-service seen as poor tradeoff
The dot-com era search brand is touting a curious new hardware venture, but the point of it all remains a bit murky.
Huawei will be the first dedicated fitness tracker to support Jawbone's app and coaching features.
Apple doesn't disclose which models the stores will stock
OHaNAS is a smart toy that can speak in Japanese and retrieve useful online information
As a medical ID, the Keydex NFC Ring would make smartphones link to critical health information
Apple may not be entirely to blame for the delay, and Pebble gets some great publicity from it. The only losers are Pebble's most loyal backers.
Acer has been focusing less on PCs, and more on enterprise and cloud products
Altek's Cubic Live can be attached to drones, dashboards or handlebars