You can use the built-in Camera app on your phone to shoot (even in slow-mo) and then import that footage into Vine. Finally.
Amazon's superfans will love it already, but in a few more iterations, it could make Amazon superfans of us all.
T-Mobile is loaning potential customers an iPhone 5s for a week to try out its network. So I took them up on it.
June pairs with an iPhone app to warn you about sun exposure, so you can cover up or put on sunscreen before it's too late.
Sling Media's new user interface for its flagship Slingbox has a few features sports nuts in particular will love.
In cities with microclimates, like San Francisco, an app that tells you the temperature at the airport is pretty much useless. Here’s BloomSky to the rescue -- if it can build a strong enough network of stations.
From Niantic Labs, the makers of Field Trip, Ingress turns the physical world into a virtual game. And iOS players can finally join the adventure.
Version 5.0 rolled out for iOS, bringing a new interface for tracking packages, price drops, recalls, and the crazy amounts of money you've spent online since 2006.
Osmo provides tangrams, word games, and physics puzzlers with real-world pieces for your child to touch and grasp.
The City of San Francisco had to send a cease-and-desist letter to an Italian startup that encourages auctioning off public parking places. I mean, really now.
The long-anticipated Amazon smartphone is finally here: Jeff Bezos showed off the Fire Phone at an Amazon press event Wednesday.
All 14 of the major desktop apps are getting performance updates and new features, plus three new iPad apps and Adobe's first-ever hardware.
It looks like the Nest, but instead of learning your habits, Lyric just tracks your phone's location.
This connected scale doesn't just weigh your food. It shows you how every ingredient and every meals balances carbs, protein, and fat.
Soon you'll be able to ask Siri to close your garage door, and have your house light up as you approach.
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