From Samsung’s new curved Note Edge to the flurry of Google Android Wear watches from LG, Sony and Asus, we’ve got you covered on the hottest products launched at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.
Google reveals its secret drone delivery program, as Instagram brings Hyperlapse to the iPhone and Apple gets ready to announce its first wearable device.
Also this week, hackers steal data on 4.5 million U.S. hospital patients, Sprint launches a bezel-free smartphone, and a Silicon Valley hotel tries out a robot bellhop.
Microsoft and Samsung introduce new smartphones, a high-ech helmet goes on sale, and tech CEOs join the ice bucket challenge.
Apple and Samsung agree to drop patent disputes -- but there's a catch. Sony discontinues its e-readers. And we check out an all-in-one 3D printer.
Xbox One preps for a high sale price in China, we take a look at a futuristic motorcycle helmet and robotics help doctors be more precise.
Facebook reports huge sales, Apple patents a smart watch, and a space robot gets some updates.
Microsoft announces lay off plans, IBM and Apple team up and Google tests out Project Tango in space.
TSA has new rules for electronic devices on flights to the U.S., a controversial cybersecurity bill clears Senate intelligence panel and an activity tracker for dogs is put to the test.
Google wants to be everywhere, the Supreme Court rules cell phones are private during an arrest and technology helps a quadriplegic regain use of his hands.
Samsung debuts a new tablet, Sony and Microsoft battle for console supremacy and Pepper the robot helps out shoppers.
Apple makes a big buy, Google intros a prototype driverless car and Pearl Harbor gets a digital makeover.