Don't let the keyboard cover fool you. This Windows RT upstart is nothing like its direct in-house competition.
Finally: Jawbone adds Bluetooth syncing to its simple, understated wrist band.
Don't slag its limited feature set. By focusing on just a few key features, Sony's wearable avoids complete failure.
Microsoft needed to bring the razzle-dazzle. Instead we got a 40-degree angle and higher resolution screen.
Catching bad guys (or bad dogs) in random acts of mischief has never been easier.
Is Samsung making a serious run at the smartwatch market, or is the Gear just a clumsy experiment?
It looks just like the full-size original—until you start using it. For $100 less, you get mid-tier components and a decidedly different display experience.
Can we show you some scripts? No, seriously. This will take just five seconds...
In an interview with PCWorld and TechHive, Shih riffs on Nexus 7 development, Windows 8 woes, and Asus's smartphone aspirations.
If you can't figure out what to purchase at the grocery store of the future, it won't be because Intel didn't try to help.
Edward Snowden tells the Guardian, 'My sole motive is to inform the public as to that which is done in their name and that which is done against them.'
In a Saturday statement, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper criticizes Prism media coverage, and release a brief document explaining PRISM legality.
Tech correspondent Carlos Rodela shares the latest news about high-tech consumer hardware. Many awkward moments ensue.
Can anything possibly top last year's Google I/O skydiving spectacle? We present four must-see scenarios for this year's keynote theatrics.
This week on TechWatch, Carlos Rodela shows us grumpy cats unimpressed with YouTube, the cluelessness of Bill Gates, and a handful of games that will make you very, very uncomfortable.
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