Here are nine devices that will keep you on the cutting edge into 2015 and beyond.
The newest version of Apple's mobile OS didn't get off to as fast a start as its predecessor, but it's picking up steam.
A Google report shows that countries in Asia are using mobile phones to get online instead of computers.
The share of PCs running on Microsoft's latest operating system jumps in October.
The new figure shows steady but slow growth from the 46 percent reported by Apple more than a month ago.
The percentage of users updating to Apple's latest mobile OS has remained virtually flat since September 21, which was four days after its release.
A mobile analytics firm pegs iOS 8's adoption rate at 44.5 percent since launch 20 days ago. By contrast, iOS 7 had reached nearly 70 percent adoption over the same period last fall.
The latest version of Apple's mobile OS isn't yet gaining the traction that its predecessor did last year. Why might that be?
Following its official launch Wednesday, Apple's new mobile OS has already shot up the ranks, according to mobile analytics firm Mixpanel.
Apple may test the waters of a sapphire-screened phone by limiting the tough but pricey material to a single version of the next iPhone this year, claims analyst Gene Munster.