Maybe it's a little early to be getting in line for these gadgets, but they are coming.
The service for helping people and companies manage their social media profiles gets more cash while also announcing a new acquisition.
New iPhone app from Ray Ozzie lets you talk, text and share photos as well as tag and bookmark key parts of your conversations.
Is your iPhone 6 bending? You're probably just wearing the wrong pants.
Streaming service amps up its original content with its biggest programming slate so far, finding visitors spend more time when they have more than just slick music videos to dive into.
The keyboard in iOS 8 got a much-needed upgrade -- and being able to add third-party keyboards means a ton of new options for iPhone users.
Brian Cooley tells you about emerging technologies that could make watching TV in your car a reality.
A 5-inch screen, 8-megapixel camera, a micro SD card slot, and improved speakers make the new Moto G an even better value. And it's still $180 off-contract.
With the connected home beginning to boom, we've seen all sorts of gadgets and gizmos this year. Here are ten that seemed to come straight out of left field.
Why do people wait in line for days at Apple stores for the latest iPhones? In Palo Alto, California, the answer is Tim Cook. The Apple CEO walked the entire line thanking customers and posing for selfies.
No longer will families be forced to share Apple IDs and passwords to share purchases. Rejoice!