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Fitness trackers aren't just for niche communities anymore, but they need to improve in order to stay on wrists for the long run.
Your favorite messaging apps aren't protecting your data, according to a study by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
For athletes who already understand steps and calories, the Push Band measures power and velocity to help improve training.
Apple's extra-large iPad Pro could sport slim edges, extra speakers and a 12.2-inch display.
An inventive hack could hijack your entire Internet experience if you don't update your ASUS RT router quickly and carefully.
YouTube wants to give users the option to make ads disappear - but it will come with a price.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 offers strong battery life, but how does it stack up to the competition?
Rokus are the most recent devices to get screen mirroring, but before you buy one, you should know that it doesn't work very well just yet.
Newly leaked images of alleged iPad Air 2 components reveal what could be a Touch ID sensor and A8X processor.
Square Enix serves up a stripped-down version of Hitman with a heaping side of competition.
Online mega-retailer Amazon is reportedly launching its first-ever physical retail shop, which will open in New York City in time for the holiday rush.
According to a new report, Apple's rumored 12.9-inch iPad could be delayed due to overwhelming iPhone 6 demand.
Reports have shown that a Motorola device with a six inch display appeared in the FCC data
Chinese phone maker's latest has a big screen and decent specs, but a small price of $200 off-contract from Cricket Wireless.
Researchers have discovered how to apply the Shellshock vulnerability's basic logic to Windows, complete with potential malware.
A hidden mobile payments feature might make peer-to-peer money transfers in Messenger a reality.
The Hexoskin Shirt turns clothes into a giant wearable sensor for tracking fitness progress.
LG has created the first consumer-grade 4K OLED TV, and is now bringing the product to the United States for just under $10,000.
Apple has introduced a iCloud feature for determining whether or not a used iPhone is stolen.
Windows 10 is a big improvement over Windows 9. Has Microsoft finally learned to listen to it's users?