Why wait for apps to work with the Amazon Echo when you can bring them yourself through If This, Then That support and 116 different services?
The Apple Watch is perfect for keeping you updated during long professional baseball games as you go about your daily life. T-Mobile customers get the $20 premium version of MLB At Bat for free.
We're excited to bring this weekly top news roundup covering Windows Phone. This week in Windows Phone there were reports of a way to turn the phone into a near-PC, Windows 10 will have a staggered rollout, and Microsoft wants competitor's apps in the Windows 10 store.
Machines are often portrayed as a threat to the human workforce, but a new class of devices promises to keep industrial workers healthy and productive.
In iOS news this week big numbers dominated with Apple's latest quarterly results, Microsoft Office has a big number of downloads on iOS and Android, and lots of apps available for Apple Watch at launch.
Microsoft discontinued development of Windows Media Center in 2009, but enthusiasts have held out hope that the feature would get one more reprieve for Windows 10. Sorry, folks, that's not happening.
In Android news this week saw reports of a Samsung app that can help Alzheimer's patients, Samsung is doubling S6 Edge curved screen production, and Google expands the utility of voice control.
For as little as $75 you can transform your iOS or Android device into a portable ECG machine that you can use at any time to check your heart rhythm and possibly detect a serious cardiac condition.
The new accessory uses Intel's Wireless Gigabit technology to eliminate the need for cables to attach to the notebook docking station.
While the digital collaboration space has been vibrant and interesting for at least a decade now, the last year has seen a variety of shifts, new players, and fresh directions that both technology and business leaders should track.