Android has a lot of suitors. The biggest makers of phones all have devices made to show off the OS. Which flagship Android handset is the best? We take a look at the specs of the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One, LG G2, Moto X, and Nexus 5 to find out.
Spotify has gone on the offensive, launching a new portal for artists that gives them analytics on who is listening to their music and spends a lot of time explaining why Spotify is good for the music industry.
From the guy who showed us just how annoying business people on Bluetooth headsets are, we now learn just how frustrating it will be to walk around a mall with Google Glassholes.
After a search through the new version of Android's dictionary, Wired has learned that its list of banned words from autocorrect is a lot more restrictive than we thought.
Smartwatches like the Galaxy Gear are one of this holiday season's hottest new items, but do you really want to buy one? Here's why you may want to hold off on the watch until next year.
You can now buy a small replica of Thor's hammer that comes complete with lights, sound effects, and a 10,400mAh battery. It won't vanquish your enemies like the real Mjolnir, but it will power everything in your pocket.
Apple representatives have confirmed that it has made a deal to purchase PrimeSense, a 3D sensor company that became famous for its work with Microsoft's Kinect sensor.
We review Super Mario 3D World, Nintendo’s Wii U sequel to its 3DS hit. Will a 3D multiplayer Mario game help save the Wii U? It might.
We review the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, which we have high hopes for. Is it better than the sum of its parts, or disappointing as a phone and camera?
Having trouble taking a screenshot on your Android phone? Our guide to snapping a picture of your screen should make things much easier.
The new iPad Mini is here and we’ve got a full review. Whether you’re considering an upgrade or choosing a tablet for the holidays, this review will guide you on Apple’s new iPad.
Zepp's fancy sports sensor is now available for purchase and will be in Apple stores soon. It records every stat you could imagine for baseball, golf, or tennis.
The first smart trench coat has arrived, packed with nano-infused fibers, a battery charger, and a 4G LTE connection, this coat will keep you warm and connected in the cold winter.
We swear they’re not all the iPad
The Push armband has met its goal on Indiegogo, and will soon start production. It tracks your workout in a much more specific way than the Fuelband or Fitbit.