Tribe's arm band averages 4.5 out of 5 stars from over 4,700 reviewers on Amazon, and with the 73% off discount it can be purchased now for just $7.98.
OnHub IFTTT integration lets users trigger smart home devices when they get home.
The Triby portable speaker is the first non-Amazon device with Alexa onboard.
Jon, Mark and Gordon discuss whether the end is nigh for Apple, just how much it hurts for the PC to get tossed under the bus by Intel, and strange-but-true: This web page probably took more space than Doom did.
The FCC’s open set-top box plan aims to improve the viewing experience, so of course TV networks hate it.
If you're eyeing a Microsoft Surface Book, or want to make sure your next laptop is future-proof, this episode's for you.
We won't get the full Windows Ink experience until Windows 10 Anniversary Update arrives this summer, but Ink features in the Insider Build give us a chance to sample the goods.
Geofencing is one of the more notable additions; users can also assign multiple lights to rooms, so that all the lights in a room can be controlled at once.
Comcast has increased its broadband data caps to a terabyte per month, the company said Wednesday. But company executives seem to think that everyone will be subject to them before long.
Dubbed the Supersonic, Dyson says its new design is quieter and gentle on hair.
Choose among 6 pre-programmed drinks (ristretto, espresso, lungo, cappuccino, latte, hot milk and hot water function for tea.
Running on local hardware, versus relying on servers in the cloud, should make Eyesight’s computer-vision tech faster and more reliable.
Tap, swipe, type: Android TV gets an iOS app for when your hardware remote goes missing.
Samsung will start shipping from next month the eight-core Artik 10 board computer, a challenger to Raspberry Pi 3.
TiVo's Roamio OTA DVR for cord cutters doubles the storage and makes lifetime pricing permanent.
Yup, it’s the 'Uber-ization' of pizza, as Pizza Hut joins the wave of chain restaurants embracing tech.
Switchmate’s Bluetooth LE device mounts on top of existing switches for quick and easy smart-lighting retrofits, but it doesn't connect to any hubs.
USB-C may not only lead a revolution in PC design, it may also change our smartphones and tablets forever.