Clunky design defines the Archos $250 Smart Home Starter Pack.
You'll never have to fake a phone call again. Tiyo, an "eject button for social situations," will call your phone for real at the push of a button.
Combined with an Oculus Rift, the Birdly lets you feel what it's like to be a bird. Sort of.
The 2014 Jeep Cherokee isn't what you'd call photogenic. Fortunately, it's a bit easier on the eyes in real life.
Expecting Uncle Bob and Grandpa Joe to get into their usual Thanksgiving debate? Crave's Michael Franco has some apps to help you deal with everything from shouting matches to awkward silences.
Why not let a drone pressure you into kissing the person sitting next to you at a chain restaurant? Better skip the garlic fries.
The New York startup and the industrial conglomerate want to get your attention with new connected-home products, adding smarts to light switches, doors and wall outlets.
Longtime BioWare fan, first-time Mass Effect fan. Crave's Kelsey Adams finds N7 gear is a passport to a secret society.
Making TV history, "Jimmy Kimmel Live" celebrates the Country Music Awards with hologram interviews and performances from country music stars Kacey Musgraves and Florida Georgia Line.
Pebble leads the pack in this next round of connected devices that will interact with Nest's thermostat and smoke detector.