Technically Incorrect: Claiming its prototype drone can fly for 2 hours, and at 106 mph, Sony sends the gadget up, up and away.
For working parents, getting kids from school to practice and then back home has gotten easier thanks to new ride services that drive around kids. But what safeguards are in place, when a stranger is picking up and dropping off your child? CNET's Lexy Savvides looks at several services that could make the start of a new school year easier.
Apple doesn't have the power it used to have when it comes to the TV networks, Tim Cook invests in a showerhead and we want an iMac iWheel!
Web-based TV service won't debut until at least next year because of a lack of progress in licensing programming, Bloomberg reports.
Samsung's Injong Rhee talks up the company's new mobile pay service at its Unpacked event in New York City. The new system allows users to swipe "virtually anywhere" integrating with store magnetic stripe, NFC and bar code readers. The new technology will be available in the US starting September 28th.
Prime Now has been expanding across the country, offering free two-hour delivery and one-hour delivery for $7.99.
With all the major Australian free-to-air broadcast TV networks now offering a catch-up TV service, we give you the lowdown on what's available.
With revenues falling, customer numbers dropping, increased competition and a collapsed deal with Foxtel, Quickflix is reaching for a lifeline in China, announcing a bid to buy an unnamed Shanghai-based film and TV company.
Portable owners can rent from a library of more than 125 games beginning August 4.
Horror movies fans get looked after by the streaming services this month, while Netflix brings out not one, not two, but five Original Series. Plus Stan breaks out a lot of Hamish and Andy.