A hack from 2012 haunts Dropbox as details emerge on 68 million accounts

Dropbox has sent reset notices to some 68 million people as it begins to understand the full scope of a 2012 hack on its services that leaked email addresses and encrypted password data.

Who needs Netflix? Samsung Galaxy J2 DTV has a built-in digital TV tuner

Who needs Netflix anyway? One of Samsung's most recent phones has a feature that sets it apart from the rest -- a digital TV tuner. Unfortunately, the phone is only available in the Philippines.

Garmin's new Forerunner 35 is a long-lasting, water-resistant fitness tracker

Garmin's new Forerunner 35 fitness tracker delivers heart rate monitoring, GPS tracking, and a water-resistant design for $200. It's one of the company's most affordable wearables yet.

Trust your gut with Welt — a new smart belt from Samsung

Trusting your gut just got a whole lot easier. Meet the new smart belt from Samsung. Welt is a fashion accessory that happens to double as a fitness monitor, because sometimes, your waistline knows best.

Udoq universal docking station lets you charge multiple mobile devices at once

The Udoq is a fully customizable docking station for charging up all of your mobile devices on one easily accessible rail. Your smartphones and tablets are propped in portrait view and fully usable while charging.

Google is trying out a new look for its search history in Android

Hey, Android users, have you noticed something a little different about your Google Search widget as of late? No, you're not losing your mind. The search engine is indeed making a few tweaks.

Apple adds 2TB iCloud storage option just ahead of expected launch of iPhone 7

Apple is expanding its iCloud storage service by offering up to 2TB for $20 per month. The move comes just one week before the launch of the iPhone 7, and some speculate that the new tier could have to do with a new 256GB iPhone model.

iPads as effective as sedatives before pediatric surgery, study shows

Letting young children play games on iPads has the same calming effect as sedatives before anesthesia for surgery. Playing with the tablet also made administering anesthesia easier.

Samsung's Gear S3 watches blend smarts with classic Swiss style

Samsung has two new smartwatches to show off in 2016: The Gear S3 Classic and Gear S3 Frontier. We go hands on with these two new masculine, traditional-looking smartwatches.

Wool you look at that: Sheep lure Google Street View to the Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands' tourism branch made some noise when it launched Sheep View 360, a project that mapped the islands via cameras on sheep. Google was so impressed it sent over a Trekker and a team to better equip the project.

Watch out Uber and Lyft — Google's new Waze-based service is coming for you

If the enemy of your enemy is your friend, Uber and Lyft may finally be on the same side as they prepare to defend themselves from Google and its Waze-based carpool service, slated to serve the San Francisco area.

Google’s new In Apps search feature pulls relevant info from your apps

Google's In Apps feature, a new addition to the Google Search app on Android, makes it easier to quickly parse installed apps for contacts, music, notes, appointments, reminders, and more.