At Best Buy the Apple Watch now starts at $250, but be quick if you want one

The Apple Watch is Apple's latest and greatest offering, and perhaps the most controversial piece of mobile hardware yet. Here's everything you need to know about the Apple Watch how and where to buy one.

Google’s Pixel C is now available starting at $500

Here's the latest on Google's latest tablet, the Pixel C, which is made by the same team that brought the Chromebook Pixel. The device can be paired with a $150 Bluetooth keyboard by Google via magnets.
Smart Home

Extra froth, please! De’Longhi’s PrimaDonna Elite brews precisely what you choose

We've seen a few app-controlled coffee makers, but the De’Longhi PrimaDonna Elite does more than let you turn on and off the machine from bed; it gives you more control to make customized coffee.

New pictures emerged of Nokia's cancelled gesture-sensing Windows Phone

New images of the Nokia's ill-fated Lumia McLaren, once the rumored successor to the much-lauded Lumia 1020, have emerged on Chinese social media. The flagship Windows Phone was expected to feature an improved PureView camera and gesture…

Google wants to beautify your OnHub router with three new cases

Google has launched three new shells for its already attractive OnHub router. It has also launched a makers project, commissioning designers to rethink the humble Internet router — and giving users the tools to do the same.

Apple releases iOS 9.2, brings Arabic language support to Siri

Among today's releases are iOS 9.2 and watchOS 2.1, which bring mostly minor updates to iOS and the Apple Watch. Improvements to Safari View Controller and the addition of Arabic language support for Siri are the prime features of this…

3D Touch on Android? Instagram is bringing the feature from iOS

It turns out you don't exactly need a pressure-sensitive screen to make use of some 3D Touch features on other apps. Instagram is bringing over its "peek" view from iOS to Android, which lessens the number of times you have to tap the…

Apple mapping out successful strategy for Apple Maps

In 2012, Apple Maps was the laughingstock of the tech world with frequent issues plaguing the system, but three years on most of the issues have been fixed, and users are returning to Apple's mapping solution.

Wonder what you’d look like with blue eyes? Check it out with ModiFace Live

Thanks to a new iOS application called ModiFace Live, you can now apply photo-realistic video effects to your face on live video, essentially allowing you to put on makeup, whiten your teeth, and even enhance your skin, just not IRL.

Samsung’s getting serious about security updates for its Android phones

Samsung vowed to push security updates to its Android phones, but is the company really committed? The answer appears to be yes, based on the most recent updates to the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.

The big, bold Fossil Q Founder smartwatch is yours for $295 through the Google Play store

Fossil has put the Q Founder, its first Android Wear smartwatch, on sale. The watch has a traditional style to it, has an Intel processor, comprehensive fitness tracking, and other fun features.
Movies & TV

Marriott’s Gaylord Hotels brand now lets you stream Netflix, Hulu from in-room TVs

Marriott Hotels has become the first hotel brand authorized to offer Netflix to guests, rolling out a special version of the Netflix app. Sister brand, Gaylord Hotels, also announced Netflix streaming.
Health & Fitness

Given these drunk driving statistics, Uber may be the answer

Some municipalities have attempted to leverage the power of ride-sharing services like Uber in order to reduce drunk driving accidents. The town of Evesham, New Jersey has announced an initiative that would offer free Uber rides to…

Want to message your PlayStation friends? Sony has an app for you

Sony has launched a dedicated mobile app for PlayStation users who want to send messages to friends, giving users a better way to communicate without using the crowded PlayStation app.

Radio fans, TuneIn’s universal Windows 10 app has landed with new features

TuneIn Radio has been around for years, and seems to be as popular as ever. The San Francisco company behind the app has just rolled out its first try at a universal Windows 10 app, bringing with it a new look and several new features.
Social Media

Facebook shuts down stand-alone app division, killing off Slingshot and others

Facebook has shut down its standalone app division, Creative Labs, killing off all its releases in the process. You will no longer find the likes of Slingshot, Rooms, or Riff on app stores, and the division's Facebook page has also been…

AT&T discounts several GoPhone smartphones just in time for the holidays

Just in time for the holidays, AT&T has slashed the prices of several of its GoPhone prepaid smartphones. These deals are currently live, though there's no indication of when they will end. So you might want to act sooner rather than…

Dropbox is shutting down Mailbox and Carousel

Dropbox is bringing an end to its email and photo apps, Mailbox and Carousel. Mailbox will end service on February 26, 2016, and Carousel will follow suit on March 31, 2016, the company announced in a blog post.