Broadcom's new software stack promises to smooth over issues with flaky pairing and subpar streaming, and sync better with wearable devices.
Ultrasonic sensors, radars, and cameras let this car do things better and faster than the driver can.
The ink costs more than it should be for a higher-end printer, but we have no complaints about the output.
Great design and print quality melted our ink-obsessed hearts. A little.
It's white! It comes with cute color accents! ...How the heck do you clean this thing? The latest and most colorful Chromebook, jointly launched by Google and HP, puts a fetching face on a model that's otherwise similar to other low-priced Chromebooks we've tested.
You don't drive an electric car. It drives you, from charging station to charging station, as you plan your trips around maintaining the battery. The early infrastructure has a lot more building to do.
Communications chipmaker Broadcom announced an 802.11ac/5G chip that will let cars sync better with mobile devices, and stream audio and video from those devices to multiple in-car displays. But don't get too excited: Cars that will use the chip have yet to be announced, and their longer development cycle means it could take a while to see such well-connected cars in dealerships near you.
What happens in your car no longer stays in your car. The Zubie Key tracks your driving history and can also alert you to car problems. Its reports are very useful, but devices like this also spell the end of driving as a symbol of freedom or escape.
The antivirus and security company refreshes its core consumer products with an upgraded anti-malware engine and improved scanning performance.
Watch out, traditional software: The new Chrome apps can work offline and store locally, and they cross platforms with ease.
In workshops and hackathons across the country, automakers court developers to help innovate on car apps.
Built from the ground up to be all-electric and super-connected, the new i3 is like no other BMW you've seen before. And we're still figuring out how we feel about that.
Samsung announced today two small-office color-laser products that will have near-field communication built-in for printing from mobile devices.
Brother's MFC-J870dw looks like any other mid-priced color inkjet multifunction, but it has a hidden, unique feature: near-field connectivity, for touch-and-go printing with NFC-equipped mobile devices.
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