All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
The Korean electronics giant's first big attempt at the wearable market has flopped. But it knows what it needs to do to get better.
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has completed its specification for USB 3.1, paving the way for the faster format.
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.
Supply of the new iPhone continues to inch closer to demand for virtually all models of the Apple smartphone.
Your next great scientific discovery is a 3D printer and less than $1 worth of materials away when you print your own smartphone microscope.
For a cost, Integrated Inbox lets you access Google apps and many third-party apps from the comfort of your Gmail inbox.
Customers who pre-ordered the handset early when it launched on the Google Play Store should be recieving them no later than April 15.
DisplayPort technology lost out to HDMI in the marketplace, but it could get some help from next-gen USB connectors coming in 2015. Don't kiss those copper cables goodbye just yet.
Those who want HTC's new flagship phone with an more traditional Android look instead of HTC's Sense 6 variation will be able to buy a version through Google Play.
HTC is preparing the way for today's HTC One M8 launch by adding BlinkFeed Launcher and Service Pack to Google Play -- and you don't even need an HTC phone to enjoy them.