One 4K TV that is ridiculously tempting is the wallpaper 4K OLED LG unveiled at CES last month. The 65-inch OLED 65W7P ($7,999.99
Being a bit more practical, in the simple but useful category, Nemonic is a stylish little cube that sits on your desk and
Get ready for flexible phones.
TiVo may yet have another act, well worth keeping a close eye in the weeks ahead. Let's start with today's status. TiVo is
Wearable tech sales are expected to grow significantly in 2016.
It's not breaking news that CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas is the equivalent of a frat party for the tech industry. The male/female ratio resembles the grandstands at a football game.
The new line of LCD TVs will feature three models that support 4K content, along with one, gigantic, 96-inch giant that supports 8K.
Starting and growing your own small business can be--and usually is--an agonizingly lonely activity.
SmartThings SleepSense Around a third of IFA's show floor space is annually occupied by appliances, especially coffee makers
Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) released analysis of the results of its research on mobile phone operating
T9 is back, baby!
Okay, so OLED and quantum dot UHDs are drool worthy. But would I buy an OLED or a quantum dot or any 4K UHD TV? Nope, at least not yet. Here are 5 reasons why I'll wait at least a year to buy my first 4K UHD TV.
Durgin was interviewed for Beet.TV by Ashley J. Swartz, CEO and founder of Furious Corp, at the Consumer Electronics Show
Big news yesterday as Apple shows the world how it's done. The results? A (free) U2 album on iTunes; a larger screen; paving the way for mobile payments; and, of course, the long-awaited iWatch.
This is one of the biggest decisions I have ever had to make: to keep my iPhone or to move to Samsung, LG or another Android-based provider.
On September 9, Apple will -- reportedly -- announce not one, but for two new iPhone 6s, a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and a 5.5-inch iPhone 6/Air phablet.
General Mills Canada recognizes that the company doesn't have to denigrate dads to sell a product. This campaign reflects the growing influence of dads as moms' partners in raising children in all aspects of domestic life.