Nick's first subscription streaming video plan has arrived, though it's not the far-reaching service we expected.
The breakfast chain aims to disrupt more than just your stomach as it partners with the “Uber of package delivery.”
Pebble's first color smartwatch takes a page from Google Now, with a “timeline” view that tells users what's coming up next.
A mystery smartwatch image pops up on Pebble's website, and it looks, well, interesting.
New Pebble hardware and software are reportedly on the agenda for next week as the company teases a big announcement.
A list of auto-focused talent now at Apple includes auto-parts engineers, former Tesla employees, and an expert on new battery technology.
Microsoft opens Office to any cloud storage service that wants in, though the execution's half-baked.
Yes, wandering sheep with Wi-Fi collars could form mesh networks, to bring truly organic, free-range Wi-Fi to wide swaths of isolated countryside.
Now that anyone can create an iCloud account, the doors to Apple's online iWork suite are wide open.
A “legacy contact” gives users a little more control over their social networking afterlives, while keeping full account access on lockdown.
Like a decentralized Wayback Machine, a new tool called Amber is letting individual websites join the fight against link rot.
Swatch plans to have an answer when the Apple Watch arrives this April, though a full-blown wrist computer seems unlikely.
Got books to digitize and plenty of patience? Amazon's Kindle Convert software will let you scan them at home.