Getting to know my neighbors and scaring at least one dog are some of the unexpected developments as I test the Robomow RS612 on a dry day in an otherwise rainy week.
Facebook is testing end-to-end encryption for messages that also have the ability to self-destruct after a set length of time. Now you see it, now you don't.
We also discuss Amazon's offer of an ad-supported phone and how IBM is using its Watson technology to help with cancer treatment.
It's never too late to learn an important lesson: don't start something you can't finish.
At Google I/O 2016, CEO Sundar Pichai announces a spruced-up version of Now, called Google Assistant, which lets users have a two-way conversation with their smartphone, tablet and watch.
An old friend of the Audiophiliac long ago abandoned LPs in favor of digital music, but a change of heart is bringing him back to the older format.
There's also the potential for things to get awkward -- real awkward.
Want quick access to individual Hangouts conversations from your home screen? Now there's a way.
We wrangle the options to try and find the right digital assistant or assistants for the connected devices in the CNET Smart Home.
On Tuesday Instagram added new functionality to its hardly ever used messaging feature, which might cause your friends to go overboard.