Microsoft is reportedly ready to launch a fitness-focused smartwatch "within weeks," as the firm pushes to get its first wearable under the leadership of Satya Nadella on the market before the holiday season.
Forced to halt all preorders of the Nexus Player on Saturday, Google will now be able to take orders of the set-top box once again after receiving approval from the Federal Communications Commission.
Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
The Aether Cone speaker is a Wi-Fi and AirPlay enabled speaker unlike anything we've evaluated before. In our hands-on video we explain how it's different.
Ideal for anyone that wants to track their cardio workouts, Fitbit will soon launch a new wearable that's specifically targeted at runners and includes GPS tracking as well as heart rate monitoring technology.
Russian police recently had to impound several trucks with a risqué advertisement printed on them. The Moscow ads showed a large picture of a woman’s breasts, and reportedly caused 517 accidents in a single day.
Panasonic showed its flagship 4K television, the AX900U, in the US for the first time at the Luxury Electronics Show in Beverly Hills. We went eyes-on with the TV and show it off in this video, where we discuss our first impressions.
An ingenious German gamer has built a functioning imitation iPhone--apps, touch screen, and all--within the blocky confines of Mojang's modern classic, Minecraft.
WhisperText (the company behind the Whisper app) tracks the location of users who have opted out of geolocation services and has shared user data with the FBI, MI5 and U.S. Department of Defense.
Here’s your feel-good story of the week: A 5-year-old boy born with an underdeveloped right hand was given a helping hand by a global group of volunteers in the form of a 3D-printed prosthetic hand.
The 2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II has been refreshed, giving the already impressive vehicle a bit more gravitas with new exterior details and improved interior technology.
Get your jealousy ready, world: South Korea, already the undisputed global leader when it comes to broadband speeds, is set to unveil 10Gbps (gigabits per second) Internet service at a conference in Busan on Monday.