Google is revving its Android engine: at its annual developer's conference, Google I/O, Google announced Android Auto, the first automobile-specific operating system that works with Android.
Can’t decide between Pebble’s slick smart watch interface and Misfits’ top-of-the-line metrics? Now you don’t have to.
Nokia X2 is a Microsoft phone running on Android. Seems counter-intuitive, but it's a sign that Microsoft is thinking of its influence in emerging markets where Android still rules.
Microsoft joined the growing movement of major tech companies slashing prices on cloud storage in hopes that bargain prices will entice customers with growing amounts of digital clutter.
Will high fashion branding and aviator-style shades transform Google Glass from geek to geek chic? That is the aim with Diane von Furstenberg-designed frames, as the device is released for sale in the UK.
Social network app Path is launching a messaging app, Path Talk, that will let users message friends music, pictures, maps, and text, plus shoot quick messages to businesses to skip lengthy customer service calls. Will its grab bag of services be enough to compete with Facebook, Foursquare, WhatsApp, and Snapchat?
BlackBerry is handing its app burden to Amazon. The Canadian company is adding Amazon's Appstore to its future BlackBerry 10 devices in hopes that it can add even more focus to enterprise customers and overcoming financial difficulties.
If you're going to release a smart phone today, it better be something no one has ever seen before. On Wednesday, Amazon did just that with its first smart phone, the Fire Phone, which features 3-D imaging and full access to Amazon's warehouse of content and commerce.
Major online retailer Amazon is hoping to win the digital hearts, and wallets, of its 250 million customers through a much-rumored smart phone set to be unveiled Wednesday. Is it a smart move?
Nest pulled its carbon monoxide and smoke detector, Nest Protect, off the shelves in April after its gesture controls proved faulty. Now the device is back without the controls, but with a discounted price.
Gamers rejoice: Facebook is rolling out an iPad layout tailored to your needs.
After back-and-forth blog posts, passive-aggressive error messages, and a highly publicized PR battle, FCC chairman Tom Wheeler has launched an investigation into the source of Netflix's and other streaming video services’ lagging loading speeds.
Major telecoms are gearing up for a year of mergers, and AT&T laid out its case this week. It says that the merger with DirecTV would drive down the price of cable bundles and allow both companies to compete with the potential Comcast/Time Warner Cable behemoth.
Starbucks customers can now get their coffee with an extra jolt – of charge that is. The coffee chain is rolling out free Duracell wireless mobile charging mats at cafes nationwide.
With Apple's annual iPhone event on the horizon, the rumor mill is ramping up. The most recent leaks show off an iPhone 6 with a larger display, plus additional software that will better implement health and home-focused applications.
TweetDeck, a popular organization application for Twitter users, was taken offline Wednesday after hackers hit the service with rapid retweets and strange error messages.
At E3, Microsoft's presentation centered around games, games, and more games. Will taking an Xbox-focused approach be enough to stand up against Sony's PlayStation-of-all-trades strategy?
Google just spent $500 million on Skybox Imaging, a satellite company that will help Google see and fly further than it has before.
Roku, Chromecast, PlayStation TV? Yes, Sony is making a bid in the set-top box game, debuting a gaming and TV box for only $99 in North America and Europe this fall.