Sony launches an Android Wear SmartWatch 3, and an E Ink watch

Sony introduced a pair of new wearables at IFA 2014: the SmartWatch 3 and the SmartBand Talk. Both devices are water and dust proof.
Cool Tech

SoftBank to start selling Pepper the ’emotional’ robot in U.S.

If you're growing weary of the office joker, how about replacing them with Pepper, a robot from SoftBank that can apparently "dance and amuse people thanks to a wide variety of entertainment capabilities." The android will go on sale in the…

BlackBerry announces September 24 event across three cities, Passport phone launch likely

BlackBerry looks set to officially launch its unusual-looking Passport smartphone on September 24 at events in Toronto, London, and Dubai. The question is, will anyone go for a handset with a square display?

Apple says stolen celeb photos result of ‘very targeted attack,’ insists iCloud is safe

Apple has said its investigation into the recent naked celebrity photo leak shows that accounts were compromised by "a very targeted attack" on user names, passwords and security questions, and was not the result of a broader attack on its…

Toshiba’s Encore Mini is a $120, 7-inch tablet that runs full Windows 8.1

Toshiba's Encore Mini is a small, 7-inch tablet that costs only $120 but has a full version of Windows 8.1 installed.

Lenovo announces the Tab S8, the company’s first Intel Atom-powered Android tablet

During its press conference at IFA 2014 in Berlin, Lenovo introduced the company's first Intel Atom-powered Android tablet, the Tab S8. It will be available in September starting at $200.
Home Theater

Samsung unveils its baby M3 multi-room speaker, new curved sound bar at IFA

Samsung completes its multi-room speaker trifecta with the junior-sized Shape M3. The speaker marks the most affordable of Samsung's multi-room speaker lineup, joining the M5 and flagship M7. The company also unveiled a new curved sound bar…

Epson joins wearable craze with Runsense and Pulsense fitness trackers

Epson introduced a series of new wearable devices, including the Runsense and Pulsense fitness trackers. Both work with companion apps and aim to make you healthy.