The search giant shows off two smartphones, two streaming devices, a tablet and a new version of its Android software. Google's message is clear: We can be your everything.
Company reportedly promises do-it-yourself headset kits to programmers at an upcoming Russian hackathon, to nudge them into testing ideas for virtual-reality apps.
The new model sheds the touchscreen of its linemate, the Hero+ LCD, sliding in under that model, but above the very basic Hero.
Futurist and Google exec Ray Kurzweil thinks that once we have robotic implants, we'll be funnier, sexier and more loving. Because that's what artificial intelligence can do for you.
Users of the chain's mobile app across the US will be able to use their smartphones to order coffee, food, and other items while still in line or outside the cafe.
The carrier's customers can now take advantage of unlimited data and texting and 20-cents per minute phone calls across more countries.
Formerly limited to the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, Apple's voice assistant will be integrated with the new Apple TV.
CEO Travis Kalanick announces he's turning up the dial in the ride-hailing service's fastest-growing market.
Alcatel typically isn't a wallflower at big tech trade shows and IFA 2015 was no exception. CNET takes a closer look at the armload of devices the company showed in Berlin.
The love triangle between Geralt, Triss and Yen is getting more fleshed out.