The SwannSecure WiFi security cam boasts accessibility, but an unnecessary tablet accessory makes the package overpriced.
From smart locks to smart lights, we've reviewed all kinds of connected home products this year. This category is growing rapidly, but here are our favorites so far.
Say what? It's true: This compact multifunction inkjet can print, scan and copy. It even comes bundled with photo-album software.
A near-perfect all-in-one solution for brand new PCs, Norton 360 v2 may be hard to install and run on legacy machines. However, don't count on Symantec's time-consuming and expensive technical support for help.
Powered by the historic IndieGogo campaign Canary brings home security into the palm of your hands.
After reaching its crowdfunding campaign goal in only 40 minutes, the team behind Coin continues to take preorders and addresses its most-pressing criticisms.
Panasonic is no longer making plasma displays, and judging from its lackluster lineup of new LED LCD models, the company seems destined for a rough 2014 in the TV marketplace.
commentary Mobile payments surely need sorting out. Coin's new polygot plastic can simplify a wallet, but its limited uses and non-rechargeable battery place a high cost on convenience.
This hardware startup's ambitious device is a .84 mm thin card that stores an unlimited number of payment methods in its dynamic magnetic stripe.
The $599 Acer Aspire ZC-605 has a 19-inch screen and an Intel Pentium CPU.
The 1080p 23-inch touch-screen Z3, which was first seen at Computex, will be $800.