Omni Technology has a Kickstarter project seeking backers for what it calls a "smart case" for the MacBook, which includes an additional battery promising up to a nine hour extension, and a few extra ports to make connectivity easier.
Looking for a highly secure yet not-too-expensive LTE tablet? You can get the Samsung Galaxy Tab E from AT&T starting this Friday for only $10 per month. Not bad for someone looking to do some reading, watch a few movies, and browse the…
Motorola's Moto G has been a huge success, and the 2016 version is likely to be no different. Rumors about what the device will look like have already started hitting the Internet. Here's everything you need to know about the 2016 Moto G.
The Oculus Rift is arguable the most important virtual reality release to date, and you can get it for yourself from Best Buy starting on May 7 -- if you're one of the lucky few able to get in early enough, that is.
A Quantas flight from Melbourne to Perth was delayed for two hours when a passenger discovered a Wi-Fi hotspot called "Mobile Detonation Device." It was never located, but the plane was eventually cleared, and landed safely in Perth.
'Hearables' are a growing trend, packed with features you'd typically see in smartwatches such as step, calorie, and distancing tracking. The Aware can do all of that, as well as monitor your brain waves to help improve your sleep…
Internet Explorer has finally fallen from its perch, if you believe the headlines, but only because NetMarketShare was a steadfast holdout. Everyone else agreed that Chrome has been the most popular browser for some time now.
Siri Eyes Free is now available to owners of nearly two million Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram models through a free download from the carmaker. It's applicable to 2013-15 models with the Uconnect 8.4 system.
Already looking to see what's up with the next Galaxy Note? Here's a look at the latest news and rumors surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 6, including talk of an early release to jump ahead of the next iPhone.
It's not you the judge wants -- it's your fingerprint. That was the message the girlfriend of an alleged Armenian gang member received from a Los Angeles judge, who authorized a search warrant for naught more than her fingerprint.