Toyota was at the New York International Auto Show this week to show off its fuel cell vehicle. In this video, we ride shotgun as the car hits the streets.
There's a big case in this week's roundup that's designed specifically for small hands, while others bring together materials, from plastics to natural woods, to keep your tablet safe from everyday accidents big and small.
Owners of the famously geeky glasses are invited to a run this weekend.
Nike will still develop activity-tracking software but it's going to stop work on its FuelBand wearable device.
Whoa, crazy promotion, man. Chill out while I explain it 'cause it's gonna, like, blow your mind.
If all goes well, someday you'll be able to run a full Sonos system without wiring anything to your router.
Hey, if your advertising strategies aren't working, hire the competitor's.
HTC talks the future of its Ultrapixel camera and more.
In honor of Snoop Dogg's new Call of Duty DLC, I can say this week was off the chizzle—PlayStation 4, Hearthstone, and space travel inside. This is games for the week of April 14.
The Google-owned smart thermostat company isn't selling user data to anyone.
Think globally, but veg out on your couch locally.
The on-demand transit app will tack on $1 to UberX rides to support the costs of background checks, insurance, and other safety measures.
The streaming music service that's just for Samsung devices may soon cost $3.99 per month for an ad-free experience.