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With only three days to go until Apple's October event, this week's rumors point to a slightly thicker Retina display iPad mini and new Apple TV hardware.
Tiny cameras usually have tiny sensors. A camera that fits comfortably in your pocket almost never has interchangeable lenses. The pint-sized Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 breaks both of those rules, packing the same 16-megapixel Micro Four-Thirds sensor and processing engine as...
Whether you’re searching for powder bowls or the elusive snow goose, this gear will help you know the unknown.
Here's how to keep your face out of Google ads.
The new version of Microsoft's operating system is a necessary update. Its added features will please longtime Windows users who were uncomfortable with 8, and push the concepts behind Windows 8 even further.
Apple is focusing beyond the screen with games that use iOS as a backbone for real world gameplay. The latest and greatest is a car racing game called Anki Drive.
This week, Twitter gave users the ability to draft or schedule tweets using its web interface. Here's how it works.
The Sony Alpha 7 and Alpha 7R are the first mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras with full-frame sensors. They’re also the first Sony mirrorless cameras outside of the NEX lineup.
Apple sent out invites to its next product-filled media event, which will be held on October 22nd. We're expecting a whole lot of iPad news and OS X Mavericks on the agenda.
Using an IP camera in lieu of a dedicated Internet-connected baby monitor can have its advantages. But it also comes with some profound security risks. Here's how to secure your baby cam and keep hackers at bay.
Audio Technica makes a wide range of high-end headphones that plenty of audiophiles subsequently plug directly into a standalone digital-to-analog converter. Perhaps that's why one of their newest sets of cans comes with a DAC built into the ear cup.
HTC announced a new device Monday morning: a giant smartphone with a six-inch screen.
If your camera and gear go everywhere you do, you'll need a commuter bag that's up to the task. We put three of them to the test on the hot asphalt during the spring and early summer.
It requires more than a knife and a nightmare to carve a pumpkin that scares children. Here's a set of old-school tools that'll cut up a seasonal gourd with style.
If your home theater requires a five-minute preamble on how to watch a Blu-ray or play a videogame, you probably have a remote problem. Simplify things by choosing a universal remote and stuff those extras into the closest drawer.
You don't have to leave the house to experience high-end mixology. Just add your favorite high-grade hooch and a couple of these gadgets, all designed to bring your drinking into the current age of mixologistic indulgence.
Each week we round up the biggest Apple rumors and rank them from “utterly ridiculous” to “duh, of course.” With a second fall media event expected soon, things are ramping up.
Craft Beer lovers rejoice! This doohickey will help keep your Growler brews fresh and carbonated.
In an age of enormous sound and unprecedented connectivity, leave it to a small mono speaker to be a low-cost leader in audio gear.
The ICEdot crash sensor clips to any bike helmet and registers impacts via a gyroscope and an accelerometer. If you take a digger and you don't wake up, it tells your phone to call for help.