This low-cost, cellular-connected development board is making a run on Kickstarter; should appeal to DIYers and small developers alike.
You can stuff up to three graphics cards inside Origin PC’s purpose-built Omega HTPC.
Streaming deal gives Hulu Plus subscribers access to more than 300 CSI episodes.
Give grandma a Pigeon photo frame, and up to 10 people can send family photos to her via the cloud.
While pricing hasn't been announced, adding movies on demand renders Sling TV a direct competitor Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Security-as-a-Service provider Synack tested more than a dozen connected-home devices and found that nearly all could be breached without much effort.
The 'let's build-it-from-the-ground-up' approach just didn’t work for the big retailer.
These high-tech sunglasses combine Bluetooth with bone-conduction technology to replace earbuds and headphones.
You don't plug it in and it doesn't use batteries, but this intriguing invention sounds like every homeowners' dream.
That’s the bad news. The good news is that backers of the Firefox OS-powered stick will be upgraded to a quad-core CPU at no additional cost.
The streaming model isn’t benefitting musicians any more than CDs did, despite the miniscule distribution costs.
The kitchen-appliance giant is turning crowd-funders into sous-vide chefs.
Virus Zero uses Super Plasma Ion technology licensed from Samsung to zap contaminants out of the air.
Want to bring your music collection with you? Through Amazon Cloud Player, Apple iCloud, or Google Play, you can enjoy tunes almost anywhere.
Email attachment limits can be frustrating when you need to give colleagues large documents. We looked at RapidShare, Sendspace, and YouSendIt to determine which file-sending service is best.
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