It's been challenging for manufacturers to figure out how much technology and connectivity to cram into the ordinary oven.
The LG LDG4315ST double-oven gas range is versatile, but beware of its uneven performance and inept app.
More rumored details emerge for the iPhone 6S, including a thicker screen for Force Touch and NFC. Plus, Apple wants to build mobile-to-mobile payments and how many iPhones does it take to stop a bullet?
With the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in the rear-view mirror now, it's time to look ahead and put in our upgrade requests for the next iPhone, whether it's called the iPhone 6S or iPhone 7.
Orange Chef's clever kitchen scale promises to integrate with Vitamix, Crock-Pot and Jawbone products so the food you make is tailor-made to your activity level.
It may not be here for another month, but there are a few cases and charging stands to accompany the Apple Watch. Meanwhile, Apple stops selling rival fitness bands in stores, and YouTube adds 360-degree videos.
The Kevo's finally got an Android app, but the majority of devices are still locked out.
The Oomi Cube wants to be the center of your connected home. It brings plenty of features to the table to convince you.
Retailers take sides in the battle of mobile payment technology, with some disabling NFC sensors in favor of an app that tracks customer data. Also, Amazon takes on Chromecast, and Fitbit launches new wristbands.
We'll show you features that aren't so obvious in iOS 8, and why it's the best and the worst week ever for Apple.
The deal also means iPhone 6 users will be able to use Apple Pay to take a bite out of their favorite Subway sandwich.
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