The courts may soon decide the FCC has no authority to stop Internet service providers from charging us for tiered Web access, the same way we pay for TV. Guess who could (but won't) maintain the net neutrality status quo? (No laughing.)
Why do we need two smartphone wireless charging systems? Qi and Powermat both admit there's nothing technically that keeps them from merging. So what's the hold up?
Does UniKey's Kevo Kwikset touch deadbolt work reliably and securely? Physically, yes. Emotionally. . .
LG and Samsung have unveiled phablets with curved screens. Does a curved screen on a smartphone make any sense?
How did Apple, Microsoft and Nokia all end up holding tablet events within 12 hours of each other? And how did Apple end up with the lion's share of media coverage?
LED LCD HDTV, 4K UHD LED LCD, plasma, 2K OLED, 4K OLED, dual view 3D OLED, glasses-free 3D, curved LED LCD, curved 4K UHD, curved OLED, curved 4K OLED – which (if any) of these will be the dominant TV technology of tomorrow?
The SoundTouch multi-room audio ecosystem from Bose lets you easily access and stream music from just about anywhere.
Why would you pay $100-$150 for a dedicated monochrome e-reader when you can spend the same money on a multi-functional 7-inch tablet? Apparently, a lot more people are asking that questions, which is spelling trouble for E Ink-based Kindles, Nooks and Kobos.
A new smartwatch from a tech startup will get up to a month's worth of battery life. Plus, it's waterproof, will work with all three major smartphone operating systems and can be wirelessly charged.
Apple's new iPhone 5s has one of the best smartphone pinhole cameras, the fastest processor, the first fingerprint reader and great battery life. And yet, it's missing basic ingredients found in nearly all recent Android super phones.