Some things about the Internet of Things, Apple gets out of our dreams and into our car, Mobile World Congress highlights from a survivor, and Jason's shattered iPad dreams. Plus movies, groceries, physics, and glamorous pleather!
Marvel Comics is offering a 30-day trial of its Marvel Unlimited subscription service, with access to more than 15,000 comics, for 99 cents through March 14.
The Pebble Steel takes Pebble's smartwatch and wraps it in stainless steel. But is it worth the price premium?
Nokia forks Android, but should Microsoft? Google lobbies to let you wear Google Glass while you drive. Apple's SSL bug makes us question our Internet security. And how WhatsApp will help Facebook take over the developing world.
Where Microsoft should go next, the off-putting etiquette of Google Glass, the merits of paying with your smartphone versus other high-tech methods, and how much display resolution is too much?
FileThis, which logs into your various service accounts and downloads and organizes your statements automatically, has exited beta. It's a convenient service, though there's a leap of faith required in terms of security.
The two biggest cable companies in the U.S. might be merging. But these companies are already Internet-access monopolies, which is the real problem. And the FCC is the only group that can solve it.
Jason Snell has spent the last year with a Pebble strapped on his wrist. It's given him some perspective about what works, and what doesn't, with wearable tech devices.
We debate the innovative aspects of Google and Apple, question the reliability of our personal technology, ponder what cutting-edge technologies will soon be obsolete, and analyze Facebook's new Paper app. Plus, mystery sports!
Smart devices like the Nest thermostat need to be simple and elegant, but the heaters and electrical systems they attach to are anything but.
Smartwatch pioneer Pebble opened its new store for watchfaces and apps on Monday.
The Mac turns 30 -- can it survive to 40? The iPod's sales figure suggest an iconic product that's about to pass into the great beyond. And Google's purchase of Nest brings up lots of questions about what Google's really up to.
Live from Las Vegas! It's CES 2014. Wearables, televisions, Apple's biggest threat, and smart homes. With Jason Snell, Philip Michaels, Leah Yamshon, and Rene Ritchie.
Director Michael Bay famously freaked out at CES on Monday. Why, and will his relationship with Samsung continue?
Science fiction author Isaac Asimov tried to imagine what technology would be like in 2014 back in 1964. He got a lot more right than you might expect.
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