The Oomi Cube wants to be the center of your connected home. It brings plenty of features to the table to convince you.
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.
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.
Nokia has taken the wraps off a wireless charging pad that pulses to show notifications, and an HDMI streamer that lets you mirror your Lumia's screen on a TV.
Apple may test the waters of a sapphire-screened phone by limiting the tough but pricey material to a single version of the next iPhone this year, claims analyst Gene Munster.
Dutch chipmaker NXP will provide the chips required to support the short-range wireless tech known near-field communications, according to the Financial Times.
Wired reports a mobile-payments platform powered by near-field communication is coming to the next iPhone, backing up similar stories last month.
Motorola unveils a near-field communication security sticker for your wrist, Sony's high-priced Walkman gets buzz, and the cute Jibo robot wants to be part of the family.
iBolt's xProDock hardware and Dock'n Drive software put your Android phone and car apps at your fingertips.
Five things you hate most about Facebook, virtual reality beyond gaming, and we go hands-on with the best Surface tablet yet.
Reports point to Apple bringing NFC to the next iPhone, the new Apple TV might be the WWDC surprise and Apple shuts down "Weed Firm"
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