Bluetooth coffee machine, Wi-Fi electric pot join ranks of networked gadgets
Sep 8, 2013 7:59 AM
You could put your old phone on Craigslist, you could trust your carrier to give you a fair price (right), or you could try EcoATM's impressively thorough vetting and pricing model, with the lure of instant cash.
Wi-Fi network cams aren't all created equal. We pit three newcomers against the crowd favorite, Dropcam.
This little gadget sticks to your fridge, and lets you scan barcodes or just tell it what you need, to compile a shopping list in an iOS app.
The S+ sits on your night stand and uses low-power radio waves to track night-time movement and breathing. Other sensors track the noise and light pollution that disrupts good sleep.
iOS 8 and Yosemite's QuickTime Player work hand in hand to let you capture you device's screen as a movie. Chris Breen shows you how.
People have been calling Flic the Tinder of photo apps, and that’s the perfect description: Use gestures to quickly clear out your Camera Roll and keep only the photos that matter.
The newest additions to the iPad lineup are incremental upgrades from their predecessors.
Apple hopes to breathe new life into its slowing tablet business with its next-generation tablets.