Is Sony's quirky lens-shaped mobile camera a game-changer or not?
It's really time everyone stopped recording vertical videos.
Ray Dolby is known for his contributions to home theater sound. But perhaps his most profound technological achievement was achieved before he even graduated college: co-inventing video recording.
Samsung got great coverage for its Galaxy Gear smartwatch at the recently concluded IFA show in Berlin, but a new Sony camera is really the smarter gadget bowed at Europe's version of CES.
Sony has asked every single one of its divisions to contribute something to its latest Xperia super smartphone, the Z1. The biggest contributor: the camera division's 20.7-megapixel camera.
Do you like leather? Samsung is betting you do because its added fancy cowhide to the rear of its new Galaxy Note 3 phablet and Note 10.1 tablets, along with equally fancy multitasking capabilities.
The long-rumored Samsung Galaxy Gear wearable made its debut at IFA in Berlin. Just don't call it a "watch."
Start-up NliteN plans to make and sell a flat LED light "bulb" for less than $10 and maybe for as low as $3 by next year.
More and more cars include a bewildering array of "smart" electronics and large touch screens. But as "smart" as this tech is, is risking your life using them not-so smart?
The biggest advance in smartphones may not be their specifications but their aesthetics.