Nintendo's sleep tracker plans may be dead, but its Quality of Life program will live on.
Got an old iPhone with a damaged screen, camera or buttons? Apple may let you swap it starting this week.
Right out of science fiction, scientists have developed a system of electrodes that they claim can decode brain signals.
The slow crawl of Marshmallow adoption on Andriod devices has taken four months to pass the 1% mark.
Clean and sleek, this Android-powered DIY project is the smart home device you didn't know you wanted.
Microsoft will be playing a very important role in the very important Iowa caucus results: cloud computing.
Instead of a smartphone solution, 'LG Pay' may be a universal 'White Card' that replaces credit cards.
Facebook posts are about to get a lot more interesting, with live videos rolling out today for all iPhone users in the US.
Mulder and Scully are back, and though things start off with a struggle, the reboot eventually finds its footing.
Microsoft reiterates that the Surface has never failed on NFL sidelines. It just had network issues.
Engineering firm Aecom has been selected to build SpaceX's Hyperloop test track, with construction to begin later this year.
To make hitting snooze difficult, the Mimicker Alarm app will ask you to make faces to keep you awake.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission is commending Amazon for taking steps against exploding hoverboards.
If you've been ranting about TV shows on Facebook, it could be used to determine Nielsen's TV ratings data.
Instead of a summer release, you'll have to wait an extra 7 months to see the sequel to The Force Awakens.