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While most smartwatches attempt to simulate a smartphone experience on your wrist, the Ibis puts style first with an elegant curved display and premium wristband.
Samsung has officially unveiled its new fitness tracker, the aptly named Gear Fit, and it’s nothing like you’ve seen before. Whereas most fitness bands use fairly simplistic monochromatic displays or LED indicators, Samsung’s Gear Fit sport
Just five months after launching its first smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear, Samsung has unveiled its two newest wearables, the Gear 2 and Gear Neo.
If you've been lax in keeping Windows updated, getting it caught up is simple, and you can even automate the process.
For just $39, your child can play toy-based Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video game on a Hero Console all his own.
Your Roku 3 can play video from a hard drive or USB stick — no streaming required. It can also play music and show photos.
A new report confirms that limiting everyday PC use to 'standard' accounts stops almost all malware that can cause serious harm.
Two Greek researchers think they've found a way to knock an entire cellular network offline by flooding it with bogus requests.
Some Bitcoin tracker apps for Mac have been corrupted with malware — and you can find them on reputable sites.
A new behind-the-scenes trailer for 'BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2' premiered at the New York Videogame Critics Circle Awards.
Here's what you need to know about 'The Day We Fight Back.'
Windows XP's third-to-last Patch Tuesday brings two fixes for the aging OS, plus a critical fix for Windows 7 and 8.
Don't believe the hype: The latest study linking video games and antisocial behavior is just as flawed as the rest of them.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation's HTTPS Everywhere browser plugin is available for Firefox for Android. Here's how to install it.
SteamOS is based on the Linux operating system, so only Steam's Linux-compatible games, which currently number 502, can be played on it.
ASUS' new $179 Chromebox is a small, inexpensive mini PC running Google's Chrome OS.
Would you be comfortable riding in a driverless car?
Knick-knack machine no more: the Mark One 3D printer can print in high-strength materials such as carbon fiber, fiberglass and nylon.
The next Apple TV could offer games and a revamped user interface.
Now that 3D printing is hitting its stride, mainstream technology companies are thinking about entering the 3D-printing marketplace.