The e-commerce giant is reportedly in talks with service providers to incorporate their TV and movie offerings into Amazon’s streaming-video service.
The objective is to redistribute airflow around the home, but some say the resulting changes in air pressure can damage central heating and cooling systems.
The company is launching a crowd-funding campaign to port its existing platform into a system that will enable seniors to remain in their own homes longer.
No common light switch, the Komfy includes a HD 1080p security camera and sensors to detect changes in temperature, humidity, and air quality.
Now you can control your smoker from wherever you are, using a mobile app.
The set-top box is currently the only to support 4K video from Smithsonian’s latest streaming channel, coming a month after the release of the 4K-capable Roku 4.
Dog & Bone’s new LockSmart padlock uses Bluetooth technology to eliminate the worry of lost keys and forgotten combinations.
An entirely redesigned platform debuts Monday with lower price points, better mobile capabilities, and deep tie-ins to Lowe's' core businesses.
Both the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick are supported, with Chromecast coming soon.
In the wake of Sandy, technology companies are going all out when it comes to relief efforts. From text-message donations to cooperation in providing services to customers, recovery is under way.
Residents in eight states and Washington, DC most affected by Hurricane Sandy will be able to log-in to Comcast’s Wi-Fi network for free through November 7.
Starbucks coffee shops will use Square's mobile payment system in its own app starting this fall, and is also updating its iOS app with location alerts.
For the first time since its release, Apple’s iPhone 4S is not the top selling smartphone in the US.
LG will be bringing a new gaming-specific app store to its Cinema 3D Smart TV line laterthi
While a significant number of our readers with iOS devices are not happy with Apple’s decision to give YouTube the boot, some see a silver lining.
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