Google launches Google Home, an Amazon Echo competitor and a showcase for its new Google Assistant conversational-language search.
The New York Times confirms earlier reports that Google will launch a device for the home that will tap into the power of Google's own natural language search.
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.
Microsoft announces it will cease production of the Xbox 360, but don't despair: all of its services will continue uninterrupted.
Google has struck a chord with its enthralling new Chrome Music Lab, a number of in-browser experiments featuring sound.
A new site called whatismymovie.com claims to be able to intelligently find movies based on what they're actually showing on screen -- and it does an okay job, too.
Researchers at the University of Washington say they've discovered passive Wi-Fi: a way to reduce Wi-Fi power to the microwatt level, useful for sensors or the Internet of Things.
Microsoft's Bing weighs in on the Academy Awards, predicting that Oscar voters will hand Leonardo DiCaprio his first Oscar for best actor in a landslide.
Microsoft’s Display Adapter uses the Miracast technology to establish a private wireless connection with your Windows tablet. Because the Wireless Display Adapter had to send what your phone or tablet wanted to display over the air, a bit of lag tended to occur. Microsoft promised it's eliminated or at least mitigated this issue.
Comcast says it has registered to bid in the upcoming government wireless auction, suggesting that it is indeed considering offering wireless service.
From an improved sideline Surface experience to an audacious vision for HoloLens, Microsoft is digging deep into its role as an NFL technology partner.
Using software agents and a set-top box, Screen limits the time your kids spent watching TV and using computers, tablets, and phones to what you want.
If you've used proxy software to access movies in other Netflix regions, it looks like the fun is nearing an end.
We explore the weird, wild, fun technology at CES 2016, direct from Asia.
Morpx's Mu for Toys gives toys like the Lego Mindstorms EV3 rudimentary vision.