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Energous' WattUp wire-free system powers devices up to 15 feet away from a router.
New iPods are available to order today, with a refreshed iPod touch starting at $199.
First Flight is a platform designed to take in-house ideas from the planning stage to initial sales.
A new generation of drones is smaller and more affordable, but has serious drawbacks.
With IFTTT integration, a double- or triple-tap on the wrist can trigger all kinds of Internet-based actions.
Sony's first 4K-capable Cybershot cameras include the Cybershot RX100 IV and the RX10 II
Count the number of alkaline batteries in your house. Now consider replacing those batteries eight times less often. If Batteriser delivers, it could be a game changer.
An Nvidia customer representative says in an online forum the Pro model will launch alongside the 16GB variant.
IoT may simplify home automation, but not without a lot of hard work behind the scenes.
The $19 invention kit translates contact with everyday objects into button or keyboard presses.
Oracle shrugs off Salesforce rumors...House OKs plan to stop NSA phone dragnet...why Ford's CEO is wary of Apple and Google
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.
This clever gadget safely lets you know how much propane is left, so you don’t get caught with a half-cooked meal.
The Nano USB-rechargeable wireless mug can keep your favorite brew warm and drinkable for 45 minutes
This toolbox sounds like a DIYer’s dream, with enough room for a battery, two USB charge ports, Bluetooth speakers, LED lighting, a removable whiteboard, tablet stands, and more.
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.