Thinner, lighter, faster and sometimes able to survive a drop in the toilet. We’ve rounded up the best phones and tablets we could find at the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show.
Sometimes the neatest gadgets at CES can be found on the fringes of the show floor.
From Apple’s Maps flub to Microsoft’s removal of the Windows Start button, it’s been a very strange year.
Just get a new tablet or smart phone? Looking for some cool apps?
So you’re quitting Instagram. Good for you! It’s your right as a consumer. As a refresher, here’s a look at some other tech-related products, companies and services people have threatened to quit recently.
What if you owned a magical machine that was capable of creating chess pieces, jewelry, and a miniature Keanu Reeves all in the same day?
What captured the world’s attention this year? What news events had people buzzing loudest? Google shared some of its year-end search data with TIME ahead of its Wednesday morning public release.
Google has given us a sneak peek at which gadgets people in the U.S. have been searching for this past year.
Well, ladies and gentleman, the war of the photo filters has begun. Twitter has added Instagram-like photo filters to its iOS and Android apps. Here’s what they look like.
From seat buzzers to high-speed cameras, TIME takes a look at technologies that enhanced the sights and sounds (and smells) of movie watching.
In 55 wide-ranging lists, TIME surveys the highs and lows, the good and the bad of the past 12 months
Here’s what I’d like to see a new Xbox-whatever-it’s-called embrace.