The Rico gives old smartphones a second life as a security system for protecting your home.
The SmartMat lets users track themselves during yoga routines and adjust their posture, balance and alignment
The Haven Digital Lock improves upon the traditional padlock by securing your home with more voracity.
AT&T and HBO have teamed up to offer a low-cost Internet and TV package that will let users stream HBO for $39 per month - for the first year.
Bluetooth wireless technology has been around for a long time, giving designers plenty of opportunities to put it in the weirdest places...
Angry Birds Stella is a rebuild of the Angry Birds mechanics that will keep fans happy, despite its unoriginal story and overwhelming ads.
You bought a new phone. You want to sell your old phone. Here’s how to remove your personal data before handing the phone over to a stranger.
Voice recognition developer Otosense has created their own mobile app that will help deaf people recognize various alarms and sounds
From hard cases that hold credit cards to leather cases with fold-out pockets, here are our top picks for iPhone 5 wallet cases.
Smarthome developer OpenHome has created Reemo, a bracelet that wirelessly controls your devices with a gesture.
Despite being an award-winning sci-fi game with strong horror elements, BioShock for iOS suffers from poor controls and visuals.
T-Mobile is trying to take down torrentors by throttling 4G/LTE Users who use their data plan to torrent and use P2P file sharing.
Polaroid has released its own action camera, called the Cube, a colorful, low-cost competitor to GoPro and company.
You'd expect no-name software to bundle in adware and other unwanted programs, but many top software companies also distribute them.
Sharknado: the Game is an iOS endless runner that was made for the premiere of Sharknado 2: The Second One.