LG's round-faced G Watch R is no longer a tease -- you're looking right at it. Want one? It will likely be available next week, just in time to compete with the Moto 360.
Amazon and the publisher Hachette have been feuding over digital literature sales for a long while, but how much more bruising can writers and consumers take? Read on for everything you need to know about the war against Amazon's one-size-fits-all e-book-pricing model.
Say hello to Hyperlapse, Instagram's video sharing app that takes regular ole' footage and turns it into a time lapse masterpiece. If you're thinking this sounds mighty familiar, that's because Microsoft recently demoed an app that does the same thing and has the same exact name. Let the lawsuits begin!
With Ralph Lauren's new smart shirt, you don't need a sports band to track your heart rate or breathing. How? The seriously form-fitting athletic wear uses conductive silver threads and sensors to quantify your physical activity.
These days, striking up a conversation with your friends is as easy as launching an app. But are there too many messaging platforms to choose from? Read on as Nicole Lee imagines a truly unified inbox.
This week, we're talking tablets, tablets and more tablets. Check out our 2014 Back to School Guide for the 10 best slates you can buy right now.
What you're looking at is the Hitachi Magic Wand, a personal messager that happens to be enjoying a nearly 50 year run as one of the most popular sex toys. Some would call that an overwhelming success, but Hitachi is surprisingly quiet on the matter.
Yes, that is the same HTC One M8 we're all accustomed to... at least in terms of hardware. The difference? It's running WP 8.1. Finally, a truly flagship Windows Phone that isn't named Lumia.
The 3D printing revolution will open all kinds of doors. And sometimes those doors will be literal, physical doors. A pair of lockpickers managed to jimmy open a variety of locks with a 3D-printed "bump key."
Surprise: Google's been working on its own autonomous delivery drone called "Project Wing." It was only a matter of time, right?