We found lots of things to like, and some things to dislike in popular new in-ear headphones from Beats, Bose, Bowers & Wilkins, Harman/Kardon and Shure.
The new mobile-focused music subscription service wasn't quite ready for its popularity out of the gate.
These popular headphones are plenty loud and bass-heavy, and will liven up any commute—unless the commuter is an audiophile.
With Spotify dominating the streaming music scene, Beats hopes to bring a better music curation system to the party.
A federal court has struck down key sections of the FCC's Open Internet Initiative, serving net neutrality a devastating legal blow.
Interest in "the quantified self" and a growing body of clinical research seem to point toward a bright future for brain fitness tech.
The telecom giant will allow online services to pay for the data they use, which will save you money while stifling competition.
TechHive will be in Vegas this week with wall-to-wall coverage of any news that's fit to tweet. Don't miss a single one.
Holiday travelers around the world were exposed to more "social pollution" through overheard cell phone calls and social media blather than ever before. And it's only going to get worse.
Concepts like the smartwatch, 3D printing, device ID, biometrics and connected cars will be among the biggest tech headlines in 2014.
The move, if approved, would remove the FCC's sports blackout rules from the books, and would effectively get the agency out of the business of protecting sports franchises.
The merger of the No. 3 and No. 4 carriers could end up driving down phone service prices, if T-Mobile doesn't lose its soul in the deal.
The telecom giant is reportedly close to buying Intel's nascent over-the-top video service. Could a nationwide FiOS TV initiative be its next step?
The stock is selling at twice the IPO price, but the usefulness of Twitter and its data to advertisers could be limited in the long term.
What's wrong with a little passive aggressiveness for the holidays?
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