Vuzix’s Blade 3000 augmented reality smart glasses are Google Glass reborn

The Vuzix Blade 3000 are augmented reality glasses adapted to a sunglasses form factor. They pack Bluetooth and a built-in processor, and are expected to ship to enterprise clients in the coming months.

D-Link Omna 180 is a feature-rich security camera that integrates with Apple HomeKit

D-Link became one of a select few manufacturers who announced HomeKit-enabled security cameras at CES this week. Called the Omna 180 Cam HD, it is the first product in a new line of HomeKit-enabled devices from D-Link.

TanvasTouch replicates the feel of fabric, guitar strings, and other objects

Tanvas, a Chicago, Illinois-based startup, unveiled its TanvasTouch technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It delivers a versatile new form of haptic feedback designed to more closely mimic a variety of textures.

Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

We all have our favorite apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time and you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS…

Modular makeover: Otterbox's Universe case is coming to the iPad

Otterbox is expanding its Universe lineup a little -- the company announced at CES 2017 that the modular case would soon be available on the iPad Air 2, as well as the 9.7-inch iPad Pro.

Apple made a record-smashing $240M from the App Store on New Year's Day alone

Apple has reported that it made a massive $240 million in sales on New Years Day alone, smashing previous records. The company also reported sales for last year, reporting $20 billion in App Store sales -- up 40 percent from the year…

Apple removes The New York Times’ apps from the App Store in China

Apple took down The New York Times' English- and Chinese-language news apps from the App Store in China at the behest of Chinese authorities. Apple did not mention any specifics beyond that.

T-Mobile takes the wraps off its new Un-Carrier Next service

At a splashy Consumer Electronics Show press conference, T-Mobile unveiled its latest "un-carrier" moves in Un-Carrier Next. It's a collection of new benefits for new and existing subscribers.

Your fitness goals from Google Fit and Apple Health now show up in Google Calendar

Google Calendar will now be much better at helping you keep track of your goals -- that's because it now integrates with Google Fit and Apple Health, and even marks your Calendar events as done when those goals are achieved.

Henge Docks announces new solutions for limited MacBook Pro connectivity

Henge Docks has introduced a new line of docking stations that aim to make unplugging your 2016 MacBook Pro and running out the door a much less frustrating affair, with tethered, vertical, and horizontal docking station options.

Oaxis InkCase i7 gives your iPhone 7 a low-power secondary screen

The Oaxis i7 case for iPhone 7 packs a high-resolution, low-power E Ink display that optimizes articles and ebooks for distraction-free reading. It's the closest thing to having a secondary screen.

Darkr brings the darkroom feel to your smartphone photography

If you miss the days spent inside sterile darkrooms used to develop negatives and prints, a new analog-inspired app called Darkr might cure your nostalgia.