Don't be awakened because of an Amber Alert. Here are step-by-step instructions for disabling these alerts on your Samsung Galaxy phone.
Amazon Prime members in select cities can enjoy one-hour delivery from local stores and restaurants through the Prime Now program. Here's what you need to know.
Fill that Drogon-sized hole in your heart with these 13 awesome TV shows that will remind you of Game of Thrones.
Siri is deaf and Alexa is dumb, but Amazon's voice assistant is teachable and more versatile, which gives it an edge over Siri.
Pokémon-related crimes are no-doubt on the rise. The NYPD now has some safety tips you should be following.
You can easily switch your default music service and channel from Amazon Prime Music to Spotify or Pandora, if you know the steps.
The Alexa army keeps getting bigger, with several third-party apps now promising similar functionality. However, they don't give you the full experience.
You can now use your voice to order almost anything through Amazon using Alexa on the Echo, Echo Dot, Tap and Fire TV.
The Flirtey quadcopter drone successfully delivered medical supplies from a ship to the shore in an FAA-approved test.
Amazon's budget-friendly Kindle has shrunk and will now be available in black or white. The Kindle Paperwhite will also be available in white.
Ollie is a self-driving car, powered by IBM's Watson, that was created by 3D printing and is now loose in Washington, D.C.
Our writers have boots on the ground in Los Angeles to bring you the latest announcements from Sony, Playstation, Oculus and more. Here's what we saw during the first day of the gaming expo.
Netflix is tracking what you binge watch, revealing the shows we can't stop watching and those that we take our time with.
The Ehang 184 passenger drone has just been approved for test flights in Nevada, and it could change the way we travel short distances.
In Taipei, Taiwan, our editors are combing the show floor and sitting in on press conferences to bring you the latest news. Yesterday we saw a bunch of laptops.
In Taipei, Taiwan, Asus made waves at Computex 2016 on day one. They took the wraps off of all number of new devices. Plus ARM unveiled a new chip.
E Ink announced a new Advanced Color ePaper display, but don't expect to see it on an e-reader right away.