While this security camera successfully takes the creep factor out of home monitoring, its marquee feature feels like a work in progress.
The French home-security manufacturer's standalone camera is more attractive than most, but it handcuffs users with limited management options.
The cloud-connected Brewie claims to be the world’s first fully automated home brewery.
The Mack magnetic headphone jack makes clotheslining yourself on headphone cords almost impossible.
Comcast really doesn’t want its support reps using the term “data cap.”
The European Union expects the U.S. to make the next move in negotiating a replacement for the Safe Harbor Agreement.
Sony is filling some of the biggest holes in its streaming-video service, but the entertainment conglomerate hasn't said if its subscribers will have to pay extra for the new content.
Enterprise security vets form new company to build a more secure consumer router.
A new hardware device wants to make it easy to make sure you kids aren't overloading on Internet content. But the digital nanny's methods may not sit well with some.
Cable companies are finally realizing that expensive hardware is holding them back.
The new router’s ship date has been pushed to early 2016, but the company says it’s raised more than $40 million in venture capital.
HBO is breaking out of long-form video in a deal with Jon Stewart.
The free, ad-supported NewsOn service brings programming from more than 100 local TV stations to mobile and connected-TV devices, including Roku boxes.
Apple kept the Siri Remote nice and simple, but it's got some extra powers you should know about.
We break down all the apps for the third-generation Apple TV or older: What you'll find there, how much you'll pay for a subscription, and which cable provider logins are supported.