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.
Several studies show upwards of 10 percent average energy savings when using Nest, though actual savings depends on many factors.
Pebble is more popular than ever with 1 million units sold, but may change directions with new hardware and software.
As in previous years, Super Bowl XLIX will be streaming live and for free. But watching the big game from the device of your choosing can get tricky.
The new online store offers smart scales, home automation devices, and even a pet tracker with hooks into Jawbone's own fitness bands.
After shutting down Marriott's attempt to block personal hotspot use, the FCC says it's looking into more violations elsewhere.
For an extra $5 per month, subscribers can lock in discounts on future phones--while locking themselves in to a contract of sorts.
Your Apple-powered smart home of the future needn't be limited to the HomeKit ecosystem, but venturing outside will bring some restrictions.
A version of Facebook for inter-office communication holds promise, but it's still in testing and there's no business model yet.
The free app does a fine job of sending photos to your TV, but there are better options for video.