Amazon quickly made its mark on the media streamer landscape in 2014, but this year could look a lot different.
For $30, Sideclick adds TV controls to Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV remotes. Hands-on with a prototype shows plenty of promise.
The pressure-sensitive pen would be an optional feature in Apple’s long-rumored larger tablet, now expected to begin production in September or October.
Apple is eager to prove that a subscription-only model is the way forward for streaming music.
With a few lines of code, Amazon’s magical buy button goes from purchasing fresh diapers to tracking the number of dirty ones.
The $80 Speedo Shine counts laps and syncs to Speedo’s swim tracking app, though it lacks the smart home controls of Misfit’s cheaper activity trackers.
Limited-time deal lets you get an iPhone 6 now for $15 per month, and upgrade to the next iPhone at no extra charge
For $40, Ditto clips onto clothing and buzzes when your smartphone rings. It’s clever in theory, but not useful enough in reality.
Subscribers with 10GB of data can get an extra 5GB at no charge, but other price tiers aren’t as generous.
Ask for more information when viewing a web page, and Google will speak it back to you. Useful? Not yet, but it’s still impressive.
The backers of CurrentC want to take the time to “do it right,” but it’s hard to see what else could go wrong at this point.
While Netflix and Amazon release entire seasons at once, Hulu is sticking with weekly releases for its original programming.
The new app adds some free features, plus much-improved offline playback for Plex Pass subscribers.
$50 isn’t a lot more to pay for a snazzier design and a screen that’s easier to read than the plastic-clad Pebble Time.
A solid e-mail app is essential for Apple Watch users. Outlook’s new smartwatch adaptation gets the job done with a priority inbox and helpful shortcuts.