This $99 wearable takes a page from Star Trek to offer eyes-free group communication over any distance.
Who's afraid of more advanced smartwatches? Not Jawbone, apparently, as its new trackers stick with simplicity and long battery life over full-blown displays.
Amazon is making it even harder to pass up its Prime membership, by offering subscribers the same unlimited photo storage it once reserved for those who bought the Fire Phone.
New models may include a $50 clip-on tracker and a $180 band with more sensors than the existing Jawbone UP.
Calendar and Gmail become closer companions in the latest update, which also includes a new schedule view and and auto-complete.
AT&T outs the price of LG's ultra-manly smartwatch, and it's high, but still not as high as the Apple Watch at $350. The LG G Watch R will have a November 7 release date.
Google finally gets the TV box right with the Nexus Player, but it needs a lot of help from developers to reach its full potential.
The new app promises easy video playback in a wide range of formats, but be prepared to pay a subscription.
The MB Chronowing trades functionality for looks, and will sell for $350.
The standalone smartwatch launches next week after two months of teasing, but service doesn't come cheap.
As Motorola ships off from Google, it promises to take some lessons along, while keeping the Moto and Droid lines intact.
Bootleg recording paranoia reaches new heights as the movie industry places a ban on wearable devices like Google Glass. Not that the battery would last through a full film anyway.
A proposed rule change would prevent broadcast stations and cable operators from keeping their content locked up.
Despite what cable apologists may tell you, a la carte pricing is poised to change everything.
For a price, you may never have to sit through another pesky pre-roll video.