On day three of CES 2014, Donald and Bridget discuss T-Mobile's big announcement and some of the more intriguing, lesser known products from the show.
One of the coolest features of Apple's iPhone 5S is the ability to record and share slo-mo videos. Here's what you need to know.
A project currently seeking funding on Kickstarter uses real-time motion capture to put your body's movements inside a video game.
This free app makes it easy to take slo-mo videos directly from your iPhone 5S to Instagram, no funky workaround required.
Despite the announcement, it will still be awhile before the Kansas City suburb actually gets the super-high-speed Internet.
Early iPhone 5S and 5C adopters are eagerly subjecting the smartphones to torture. Do the new iPhones take a licking and keep on ticking?
Apple's Phil Schiller shows off the new iPhone 5S camera, which uses a larger aperture, larger sensor, and bigger pixels. The new device also sports a new burst mode feature and a 120fps slow-motion camera.