Apple is boosting Beats by buying a music-measuring service, Starbucks will charge your phone by magic, and the X-Files could return.
Priced at $80 elsewhere, this brand new activity-tracker comes with three colored bands and doubles as a smartwatch.
You can use your iPhone to wake your Mac, provided both are on the same local network.
Rolling out this year, a test at some Starbucks cafes in the US will allow people to order coffee and other goods before or while still in line using their mobile phones.
Two catches: It's only for a year, and you'll need to invest some Bing Rewards points.
Samsung updates its smartwatch, dropping the Galaxy name, shifting to Tizen OS, improving battery life and adding exciting new stand-alone features.
Lego says it wants to appeal to girls, so Crave writer Amanda Kooser asks the company to give the green light to a female-scientist set it's considering.
The new Humble Bundle includes Bard's Tale, Ticket to Ride, Worms 2, and more, and even includes the desktop versions of each game. Too good to pass up!
The new smartwatch is the highest-profile entry yet in a surging tide of wearable tech. CNET takes you through Samsung's scramble to get the device ready for its timely debut.
Two electronics titans target each other, waging war over your wrist.