All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
If you've got a phone that's not getting a manufacturer update to Android 4.4, there's hope in sight. Android hacking team CyanogenMod's latest build supports a wide range of older handsets.
Normally it would run you $30, so this is definitely a deal worth grabbing if you want to know what it's like to have unlimited access to unlimited music.
The Pebble Watch has been updated to include full notification support on iOS 7. Here's what you need to know.
LaCie announces the availability of NAS OS 3.1, offering 25 percent speed improvements, hybrid cloud services, and more professional features for its existing NAS servers.
With the launch of Google's Nexus 7, the $199 tablet market got even more crowded. So, is it the best?
Owners of the Galaxy S3 across France, Spain, Romania, and Austria are the latest to get a taste of the Jelly Bean update.
Barnes & Noble's third firmware upgrade (version 1.3) for its Nook e-book reader offers several new features, including wireless streaming of e-books in stores, two basic Android games, and a Web browser.
It's about as bare-bones as a TV can get, but it also has stellar user ratings -- and ships for free.
They're refurbs, but so what? Apple rules when it comes to refurbished gear, giving you a new battery, new shell, and full one-year warranty. Lowest prices yet!
Barnes & Noble describes its 1.1 firmware upgrade for the Nook Color as "minor," but it actually adds a few significant improvements, including pinch-and-zoom Web-browsing capabilities.