The latest crop of “smart home” devices may look sleek, but the real inconveniences most of us wrestle with every day still aren’t being solved by an industry that likes to ask what’s possible instead of what’s useful.
Jennifer Lawrence captured headlines for chiding a reporter staring at his phone for not being "in the now." It's the latest example of phone users being accused of not living in the moment. Turns out, people have got it all wrong.
Sony only brought two new televisions to CES 2016 this year, but they were both outstanding. Sony is shooting for a premium-only paradigm, opting for a program that prioritizes quality over quantity. But will the strategy work?
The Detroit Auto Show has always held prestige, but this year, the tech world's biggest trade show may have displaced it. Major automakers debuted better cars and better car tech at CES in Las Vegas than they did a week later in Detroit.
For wearables to go mainstream, they need to look good and do more than count your steps. Smart clothes are the perfect solution to the wearable problem. They'll make you look stylish, not like a cyborg.
2-in-1s have long been criticized for compromise, either on power or portability, but manufacturers have worked hard to refine them, giving reason to believe 2016 will be the year they finally grab a mainstream audience.
2015 saw the release of several impressive, important products, but the market overall continued to shrink, and many have suffered. Few have managed to improve their hardware and software despite the PC's stormy waters.
We think automakers should follow our example and make new year's resolutions, so we’ve taken the liberty of offering a few suggestions of how they can improve their image, the environment, and their products.
Apple makes a lot of claims about the revolutionary power of the iPad Pro, but a day in the life of one of my systems is no day at the beach. Does the over-sized tablet really have the power to replace your laptop?