After Apple admitted to slowing down older iPhones, the company tried to calm frustrated customers by dropping the price of out-of-warranty battery replacements from $79 to $29.
GE is previewing two new entries to its C by GE line of smart lighting products today that are slated to arrive later this year: a ceiling light and a light switch.
Save the date the Nokia 6 (2018) is coming on January 5! We originally heard about a , so either it was pulled up or HMD is planing two rapid-fire events. Anyway, theres no need to wait until Friday, TENAA already posted the spoilers.
You can now pre-order Samsung’s exciting mid-ranger. The past couple years have seen a lot of excellent mid-range Android handsets, but one that caught our attention for 2018 when it was announced in late December is the Samsung Galaxy A8.
January 1 marked the beginning of a new year, and possibly a new beginning for game developer Fumito Ueda. An image appeared on genDESIGN’s website, an independent team formed by Ueda, potentially teasing the fourth game from the creator of ICO, Shadow of the Colossus, and The Last Guardian.
If you want to keep up with the latest and greatest in TV tech, our CES coverage is a great place to start. Last year LG displayed its ultrathin W7 TV — also known as the Wallpaper TV — at the show.
If you listen to only one thing I tell you this week, listen to this: the Dash Rapid Egg Cooker is a must-have device that should be in every single kitchen in America. It costs next to nothing and yet it gives you so much in return.
There are a number of different ways to set a reminder on Android, and one of the most convenient is the Google Assistant. It’s always just a long-press of your phone’s home button away (on supported devices), but it isn’t perfect — it obscures the foreground application.
Hyundai’s Ioniq first hit the market in the 2017 model year, offering gas-electric hybrid and battery-electric variants. It took until the 2018 model year, however, to complete its three-pronged attack on green-leaning customers’ wallets.
It’s a mild but muggy September day in Beverly Hills, California, when Harley and I meet at her new neighborhood nail salon. Today, the 6-foot-tall Silicon Valley expatriate is dressed in a leatherlike jumpsuit so short and low-cut that it feels like a mere suggestion of clothing.