The first reviews of the LG Watch Style and the LG Watch Sport are in, and they're mixed for the hardware and Google's new software.
Apple's augmented reality glasses should be released sooner than expected, according to unnamed, high-level sources.
This intelligent alarm clock could eliminate your need for multiple cumbersome devices that wake you up or settle you down to sleep.
Despite not being sure how popular they really are, parent company Snap plans to keep manufacturing and selling its Spectacles.
Google's self-driving car subsidiary Waymo reports that its vehicles have gotten significantly safer over the past year.
Doctors and government health regulators warn that wearable baby monitors could do more harm than good.
Consumers who've bought an Amazon Echo or Google Home are just starting to get to know them, new research finds.
Owners of these Samsung phones have been reporting a problem with the screen: a vertical pink line appears.
New and existing Sprint wireless customers will soon be getting access to an exclusive catalogue of streaming music.
Some Google Chrome browser users could be tricked into installing malware that appears to be a fix for a corrupted font.
The Bloomlife wearable device can monitor pregnant women's contractions and let them know when it's time to go to the hospital.
Google is trying out a new option that lets users hail, track and pay for Uber rides within its Maps app.
JetBlue offering free Wi-Fi on all of its planes might just make the airline an even more attractive option for travelers.
Softbank's robot Pepper has developed quite a personality and could soon be stealing the hearts at retail stores across the country.
Consumers thinking about axing cable-TV service may need less convincing now that Hulu will live-stream CBS shows as they're telecast.
These toothbrushes may be pricey, but they're smarter than your average brush, using cameras, motion sensors and artificial intelligence.
The Lynx by UBTech has Alexa inside, but it also does Yoga, dances and can even hug your kids during video calls.
This top toy manufacturer aims to make life easier for parents and more entertaining and educational for their kids.
The car company's venture into health tech can also assist factory workers and members of the military to lift heavy loads and more.
The Joy Octopus smartwatch aims to teach kids the concept of time and sticking to schedules, all without constant verbal reminders from their parents.