Intermot 2014: Ducati unveils $8,500 urban-oriented Scrambler

When it comes to motorcycles, most people don’t equate “Ducati” with “affordable,” but that may change with the new Scrambler, an $8,495 retro-inspired citybike. Just revealed at the 2014 Intermot show in Germany, the new…

Cars

Windows 7 ate 9, and now we have Windows 10, with a new Start menu, and more

Microsoft just officially announced and showed off Windows 10 to the world for the first time. Learn more about Microsoft's new OS here.

Computing

TiVo finally invites Android users to the party, updates Android app for wireless streaming

TiVo announced today that it has made a long-awaited update to its Android app, allowing users to stream both recorded and live TV directly to their Android mobile devices.

Home Theater

Tidy up your Wii U menu with folders

The latest system update 5.2.0 U for Nintendo's Wii U has added a number of convenient features, including one just for the neat freaks: customizable folders for the menu.

Gaming

Nexus X specs all but confirmed, realistic render created (Updated)

There has been much debate over the existence of the Nexus 6, but now it seems the Google smartphone is on its way from Motorola with the code name Shamu.

Mobile

Perfect your poses with the world’s first smart yoga mat

With the help of resistance-measuring smart fabric and embedded software, the SmartMat can tell when you're perfectly balanced in a given pose

Home

Netflix announces Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon sequel as first original film

In a bold move, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend will debut August 28, 2015, on Netflix and in global IMAX theaters simultaneously.

Movies

Jonny Ive and company show off the Apple Watch at Paris Fashion week

The Apple Watch made a surprise appearance at Paris Fashion week. Designers from Chanel, editors from Vogue, and other fashionistas took a look at the device. Some received personal demos from Jonny Ive.

Wearables

Turn subway billboards into art with ad-blocking augmented reality app

The New York City Subway system is filled with billboard advertising. An app called No Ad uses augmented reality to turn advertisements into art, allowing riders to discover artists during their commutes.

Photography

Farther, faster, louder: Sol Republic ramps up its new Deck Ultra speaker

Oregon-based Sol Republic ups its own ante today with the revamped version of its Deck Bluetooth speaker. The purveyor of affordable headgear and speakers promises double the loudness and double the battery life, as well as an increased Bluetooth range, for…

Home Theater

Basis reveals Peak, a $200 fitness tracker with the mind of a smartwtach

The Basis Peak looks like a smartwatch, but acts like a fitness tracker. The Peak can monitor your heart rate, sleep, activity, and overall wellness.

Wearables

California Building Code may require EV charging infrastructure starting in 2015

California again looks to set an example when it comes to alternatively fueled vehicles. Next year, the California Building Code could be amended to require EV charging ports in newly constructed housing and parking lots.

Cars

The next version of Windows is coming: Here are the latest rumors

Microsoft may be planning to recover from Windows 8 with a new operating system that will support mouse, touch and voice input, expand and refine the Metro interface, and add a replacement for the much-missed Start menu. Here's what we've heard about Windows 9…

Computing