If you're already using Amazon for everything from tea kettles to paper towels, why not music lessons and car stereo installation? Amazon Home Services will let customers in 41 different cities hire local helpers for just about anything.
The LG G4 smartphone may be the company's flagship Android phone for 2015, but what will it look like, and how will it trump the excellent G3? We've gathered together all the news and rumors on the phone to keep you informed.
During its conference call, BlackBerry surprised Wall Street by announcing it recorded a net and quarterly profit. Unfortunately, the company's revenue fell below last year's and below analyst expectations.
Apple may have recently launched the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but news of the iPhone 6S is already on its way. Here is all the key information we think we know so far, including specs, and a possible release date.
HTC has quietly revealed the One E9 Plus, a slightly confusing blend of Desire-style body and M9-beating screen technology. Currently, it has only been announced for China, and may be the first in a series of new HTC phones coming in the near future.
You can cover yourself in LED lights and wear a bunch of reflectors if you're off out for a nighttime cycle ride, but car giant Volvo also suggests you spray yourself head to toe in LifePaint, a new product that lets night riders glow in the dark.
It’s pretty easy to lose perspective when you write about the same thing day and day out. After a while, subject matters become so central to your way of thinking, it’s easy to forget how much the things you write about really matter to people’s lives…
HTC could launch a phablet-sized version of the One M9 called the One M9+ soon. Reports say it may be even more powerful that the flagship and sport a sharper screen. The device could arrive this spring.
Sony has just launched the developer edition of its Glass-like SmartEyeglass specs, though with its attention-grabbing looks (not in a good way) and hefty $840 price tag, the company may need to accompany the gadget with some convincing marketing spiel.
With the Apple Watch Edition starting at $10,000, potential customers may well be expecting some special treatment when they walk into an Apple Store asking to see the device. A report Sunday suggests they won't be disappointed.