Galaxy S3 and S4 users spent an average of just seven minutes a month on Samsung's own apps and services.
In an exclusive deal, Amazon's streaming service will get every episode of The Sopranos, The Wire, Deadwood and more.
Yet another telco sets its sights on Internet video.
The latest Lytro camera looks like a DSLR and costs a cool $1600.
The Google-owned smart thermostat company isn't selling user data to anyone.
The streaming music service that's just for Samsung devices may soon cost $3.99 per month for an ad-free experience.
Google's $35 TV dongle fills in some more gaps in its app catalog.
Hotspot 2.0 technology lets users automatically connect to any hotspot after a single login.
Microsoft's latest keyboard has a built-in trackpad and media keys for couch surfing.
"Buy once, play anywhere" comes to Microsoft's ecosystem.
Why wait? Microsoft's developer preview is actually open to anyone who's a little adventurous.
There are other remote-desktop apps for Android, but this one would be free and simpler to install.
Samsung's latest flagship phone hits 125 countries and all the big U.S. carriers.
Subscribers can now snag an LTE-enabled tablet for the same price as the Wi-Fi-only model.
Prodea hopes to tame the home automation market by putting the television front-and-center.
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