The Du3t from 3 Squares marries the venerable slow cooker with a trendy new technique.
A glut of inventory, Microsoft's offer for free upgrades to Windows 10 and an overall stagnant market combine for a projected decline in sales.
Research firm predicts global shipments will rise around 10 percent this year, compared with more than 27 percent in 2014. One reason? Demand for devices in China is falling.
The Slo Mo Guys film a match-head bomb in their backyard with a Phantom Flex slow-motion camera, and if you're thinking it's a good idea to try this at home, you should just stop reading now.
Even though smartphone shipments are expected to be up this year, research firm TrendForce says the future doesn't look good: vendors will face "serious challenges" as demand plateaus.
CNET editor Dong Ngo believes it's our problem (not his, that is) if we don't like the new OCZ Trion 100 SSD, which is kinda slow but very affordable.
Helio, which flamed out five years ago, is taking on the US wireless market with a new parent company and simple $29-a-month plan.
Welcome to the jungle of facial recognition, Netatmo's cam can learn to recognize you and your family, but falls short of its potential.
Demand for Apple products is usually very high in the city-state, but the company's smartwatch has received a lukewarm welcome on its first day on sale in Southeast Asia.
Lengthy download times have been reported by European users.