Now open to Android and iOS users, Revolv's new apps let you add geofencing to your Nest thermostat.
Versatile Iota has a longer range than Bluetooth, a pay-once business model, and a decent handful of use cases. But it relies on having enough customers to blanket your town with coverage.
Launching August 9 exclusively at Walmart, Virgin Mobile Custom takes a-la-carte mobile plan pricing to the next level.
Amazon's superfans will love it already, but in a few more iterations, it could make Amazon superfans of us all.
Amazon's long-awaited smartphone is finally here, and as we put it through its paces, we're focusing on these make-or-break features.
T-Mobile is loaning potential customers an iPhone 5s for a week to try out its network. So I took them up on it.
June pairs with an iPhone app to warn you about sun exposure, so you can cover up or put on sunscreen before it's too late.
Towers schmowers! This portable RF antenna lets your phone work like a walkie-talkie, sending messages and GPS coordinates with no cellular connection required.
Piper's wide-angle camera and built-in sensors are great for renters, but I had some issues with missing notifications.
Siri isn't the only personal assistant that can turn on the lights for you. Cortana integration is coming to the Insteon smart-home ecosystem.
Sling Media's new user interface for its flagship Slingbox has a few features sports nuts in particular will love.
A new kids-only video game console lets kids use a Wii-style controller and a Kinect-style camera to learn while playing (and dancing and jumping and giggling).
In cities with microclimates, like San Francisco, an app that tells you the temperature at the airport is pretty much useless. Here’s BloomSky to the rescue -- if it can build a strong enough network of stations.
From Niantic Labs, the makers of Field Trip, Ingress turns the physical world into a virtual game. And iOS players can finally join the adventure.
If it's recently rained, or it's just not very hot, Skydrop can skip a day of watering to conserve resources and money.
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