Do any of these robot cleaners make decent alternatives to traditional mopping? Sadly, no.
iRobot's Scooba 450 is one tough floor mopping bot.
The SilentPower PC sidesteps cooling fans by using a foam-like copper substance to chill out the machines.
You don't have to buy an iPhone 5S just to enjoy slow-mo. As the old saying goes, there's an app for that. And it's way cool.
Nearly 75 million mobile users have created more than 2 million magazines, and now the the company wants to bring its flips to the Web. CEO Mike McCue recalls a time when Flipboard was just a cardboard cutout of an iPad.
From the It's-About-Bloody-Time Dept., Apple finally gives iDevice users a fast and easy way to access important settings.
Intego's new approach to security offers a simple interface with more relevant software.
Apple does a lot of things right, but this app is such a huge misfire, it rates only 1.5 stars in the App Store. Fortunately, there are some great alternatives.
The $74 million acquisition of California-based Evolution Robotics brings the Mint floor cleaner into the iRobot fold, as well as navigation technologies.
The gutter-cleaning Looj 330 has a better range and battery, while the 600 series Roombas are designed to tangle hair less often.