Researchers warn that more than 500,000 home automation devices have vulnerabilities that would allow attackers to remotely take control of thermostats, lighting, sprinkler systems, and more.
Kanjo street racing is illegal, fast, and very dangerous, yet for Kazuhiro Furukawa, there's little to top it.
The SEAL swim-monitoring and drowning-detection system sends out alerts when a swimmer has been submerged for too long.
A report says that drained batteries in five Tesla Roadsters required battery pack replacements. Tesla counters that it takes multiple measures to avoid the problem.
Intel and PC makers should be wary of falling into the Netbook trap.
As the Danger Sidekick comes to an end, we look back all the different incarnations of the phone we once called the Hiptop.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has warned that Google buying Motorola means danger for manufacturers who build Android devices.
The new iPad has arrived, so here's a new podcast to go with it, also starring Google Play, Apple TV, 3D TV and fighter jets.
The DriveSafe service from Vodafone automatically replies to incoming texts messages saying not now -- we're driving.
The television models were first produced and sold in 2007, though this doesn't appear to be a full recall of all models.