Come for the awesome new Android features, stay because...well, it's just getting way too hard to switch.
Google's high-tech specs will get the same actionable notifications as its smartwatches.
Verizon cuts off data earlier than expected; countdown to class action lawsuits begins now.
The design firm will launch a home automation company next month, with products in all of Home Depot's U.S. stores.
Microsoft's non-existent small tablet makes several appearances and mentions stylus support.
A popular app that took eight hours to make has a few security flaws. Who'd have thunk it?
Users can download games in advance and start playing as soon as they launch.
A trademark application by Samsung adds some fuel to the fire.
Blackberry 10 users will have easy access to more than 200,000 apps this fall.
$10 per month service lets you read as many books as you want from a handful of publishers.
The smart smoke and carbon monoxide detector now costs $99.
iOS and Android apps let you rattle off pizza orders by voice -- no human interaction required.
Users can now download movies and TV shows through Google's Chrome Web Store app.
Existing Xbox One controllers can plug into PCs with any MicroUSB cable
Galaxy Tab 4 Nook will arrive at Barnes & Noble stores in early August.