Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
Microsoft releases new software aimed at controlling robots, smart homes, and other small hardware projects. But it's far from a full-blown version of Windows.
Sony values user feedback far more than the trivial sums it raises on crowdfunding sites.
A new software update for Amazon's virtual assistant device lets you use spoken commands to control iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify playback.
The Fiebot robot is more like an adjustable tripod to take selfies. But who cares? Because selfies, right?
This technology can charge computers and electric cars alike.
The final prototype of the Avegant Glyph is at CES. This mobile theater looks like a pair of headphones that fit over your eyes Geordi LaForge style.
PCWorld walks the CES 2015 show floor before the show opens for business, giving you a sneak peek of what everyone else will see.
You also get a 12-month pass to the company’s Milk Music service when buying a Galaxy Note 4, S5, Galaxy Tab S, or 4K TV.
If you want to look good while tracking your steps, the new Activité Pop may be the smartwatch for you.
An upgrade to Motorola's Connect app lets Moto 360 users choose their own dials, tick marks and background images. The company's working hard to help its watch stand out amid mounting competition.
The retro-styled Android Wear timepiece will be one of the lower-priced models available--and, based on what we've seen so far, a classier competitor to the Samsung Gear Live.
Android Wear's king of the hill goes on sale for $299, but don't rule out the Moto 360 just yet.
The company also announced a new health app and new watch faces.
This $99 wearable takes a page from Star Trek to offer eyes-free group communication over any distance.