The $150 device lets you wirelessly send music from a smartphone or tablet to any old speaker systems or boomboxes you've got around the house.
It's all about context -- and your eyeballs.
A centralized way to view and manage installed content leads the changes in Microsoft's February 11 update for its gaming console.
Samsung isn't shying away from the high end of the tablet market. Its Pro tablets start at $400 and the company is taking preorders now.
Google on Monday began offering developer tools for new Chromecast apps. AllCast immediately jumped on board.
The virtual assistant already available to Android and iOS users is making its way to the desktop via the beta version of Google's browser.
Mobile Share Family Value plans now start at $130 per month for two lines and 10GB of data, but you'll have to pay full price for each smartphone upfront or in monthly installments.
BlackBerry may still have a presence in the enterprise, but among consumers it's a non-starter. At least there's nowhere to go but up.
Nintendo's big boss was heavy on ideas but light on details.
Market-research firm IDC says that tablet shipments grew 28.2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2013. That's a far cry from the 75.3 percent growth in sales during the 2012 fourth quarter.
Lenovo's getting Motorola's phones, but Google's keeping the REALLY crazy stuff.
While there's no word on exact release timing, HTC says certification should be complete this week.
At long last, Glass can double as proper glasses.
If your Note stopped playing nice after a recent software upgrade, help is on the way.