Many Moto 360 owners have reported some glaring flaws with the smartwatch, and Motorola addressed them in a Reddit AMA.
The Oculus Rift virtual reality headset has so far only launched for developers, but a consumer version is close. Very close.
Facebook spills the beans about government takedown and data requests - as much as it can, at least.
Microsoft has introduced a Skype translation service that converts your speech into other languages in real time.
IN DEPTH Nintendo is taking a crack at the Skylanders and Disney Infinity market, but do their amiibo add much to the game?
First Motorola unveiled its Turbo Charger, and now HTC has a new Rapid Charger. Is it compatible with your phone?
Google is allegedly working on something called Copresence that will let you transfer data between different platforms with ease.
Google's new Nexus was delayed for almost a week before finally becoming available for pre-order, and now it's already sold out.
YouTube teased high frame-rate videos in September, and the feature has finally arrived on Google's video network.
Lenovo has announced a new and massive 13-inch tablet in its Yoga line, with an included keyboard cover and Windows 8.1.
Android 5.0 lets Google Play install carriers' bloatware for them, which means users might be able to delete that crap.
The BlackBerry Classic smartphone is a blast from the past, and the company wouldn't have it any other way.
Sapphire may not be the best material for smartphone displays, despite all the hype leading up to the new iPhones.
Retailers are giving Apple Pay the cold shoulder, and now Walmart and Apple have added their voices to the arguments.
Some iPhone 6 owners are mad they forgot to wash their jeans before putting their new phones in them.
Updated If the updates the PS4 has been getting throughout the year were a little underwhelming, the next one is anything but.
Twitter took the opportunity at its first developer conference to announce a new service called 'Digits.'