Includes the latest Kindle Paperwhite 6" E-Reader in black with Special Offers ($119.99), Amazon Leather Cover ($39.99), and Amazon 5W Power Adapter ($19.99), all for $139.97, for a limited time.
This compact surge protector provides 600 joules of protection, 3 outlets, and a folding wall tap plug. Two USB ports (2.1 Amp) charge personal electronics, including smartphones, digital cameras, MP3 players, and other devices.
With the iOS 10.2 update, the Music app got some major changes. Kirk McElhearn will guide you through them.
All you need to take holiday photos you'll cherish for years is your trusty iPhone.
From the Muppet Christmas Carol, to the one-and-only Christmas episode of the Twilight Zone, to some top-notch feature-length Christmas-season classics, this list of traditional holiday movies will give you and yours plenty to do between presents and feasting.
Motion, flood, and door/window sensors help protect your home and can interact with other smart devices.
Fabricated news stories will be evaluated by third-party fact-checking organizations and marked with a “disputed” tag in the News Feed.
Some are fascinating, others are frightening, but here's how to find out what Google has on you.
If you lose one of your AirPods or the charging case, you don’t have to buy a new set.
All you need is one finger and an iOS device to experience Nintendo's first ever mobile game.
In a blog post, developer says Fitbit will keep Pebble services intact and has no plans to brick any smartwatches.
Yahoo users have 1 billion more reasons to switch another major hack. Here's how to replace major Yahoo services with rivals and delete your Yahoo account.
Reports of the Mac's death are premature.
Following a massive data breach that affected over one billion Yahoo accounts, users should review the settings of their accounts, clean their mailboxes and turn on additional account security features.
John Gallant, Chief Content Officer for IDG Enterprise, sits down with Kirill Tatarinov, CEO of Citrix, to discuss the company’s vision and transformation over the past year.
The rapidly expanding wearable device market raises serious privacy concerns, with some device makers collecting massive amounts of personal data and sharing it with other companies, according to a new study.