Razer tries to deliver the future of gaming through brute force, and there are unintended consequences.
Some day, you’ll never have to worry about whether you left the lights on, the garage door open or the curling iron plugged in, because you’ll be able to control it all remotely by phone or tablet. AT&T is offering a taste of …
Those who pre-ordered Leap Motion’s 3D motion controller will have to wait a couple months longer to get one.
Flexible displays are supposed to be the next big thing for smartphone tech, and LG says it’ll have an actual product later this year.
Android is a powerful platform, but only for those who take full advantage of all its tricks. Here’s a guide to tricking out your phone.
If you absolutely must send a text message while driving, you may be no better off using Siri or other voice software than you would typing the message by hand.
Whether you prefer the iPhone, Android, Windows Phone or BlackBerry, it’s hard to deny that Apple’s phones are the best-looking of the bunch. But lately, other phone makers have been coming around.
In the mad scramble to figure out who was behind the Boston Marathon bombings, there’s been a lot of praise and scorn heaped upon Reddit — and crowdsourcing in general — for its attempts to play detective. Reddit is deserving of both.
As phone makers push screen sizes ever-larger, it seems like just a matter of time before Windows Phone gets in on the phablet craze.
Ever since Google launched the first Chromebooks two years ago, the company’s vision for always-on, cloud-based computing has been a tough sell.
The netbook is dead. Or so says nearly every pundit, analyst and research firm that watches the PC market. But don’t tell that to Intel.
Google is pulling back the curtain a bit more on Google Glass, the high-tech spectacles with an eye-mounted display for accessing the Internet.