For $4 more per month, subscribers can get the same lineup of streaming shows, but mostly without commercial interruption.
The next Apple TV may get universal search like every other media streamer, and could cost $149.
A wireless charging system that packs enough power to replenish a laptop battery should hit the market in 2016, helping realize the long-held dream of a cable-free desk.
Acer debuted its Jade Primo smartphone running Windows 10.
On paper, the RT-AC5300U looks to be the most powerful consumer router ever built.
Vanatage Robotics' new Snap camera drone combines stabilized 4K video with a variety of shooting modes and a focus on safety and portability -- attributes it hopes will enable the product to stand out in an increasingly crowded market.
The new, built-from-scratch typeface is designed to scale better across multiple screen sizes and platforms.
Samsung has developed a big-screen OLED screen that's transparent, and plans to put it on show at this week's IFA consumer electronics expo in Berlin.
Google's Nest division is releasing a new version of its thermostat that has a bigger display and is a little smarter than its predecessor.
Amazon solves a major problem for streaming video services, while Netflix makes excuses.
LG might be correct in hyping this as an "industry first," but we think free software upgrades should be an industry norm.
Apple could prop up its streaming video offerings by producing new movies or TV shows, but not anytime soon.
Lasers map the area to be cleaned, while Wi-Fi connectivity lets users control the robot from anywhere using a smartphone.
Western Digital has updated the My Cloud OS that its backup devices use, and bumped up the capabilities of its My Cloud Mirror NAS drives, too.
Energous' WattUp wire-free system powers devices up to 15 feet away from a router.
Dish Network's revolutionary Sling TV video service keeps expanding its wings.
LG makes a sensor for dumb appliances, and it's not as silly as it seems.
Amazon Echo update adds support for multiple accounts, BART departure times for San Francisco residents.
Epix is leaving Netflix by the end of September for the greener shores of Hulu land.