If you have an Apple Watch you'll be familiar with the Activity app, which helps remind you to stand, move around and exercise daily. Now take it to the next level with these apps for better health, fitness and mindfulness.
A marquee feature on the WF-5621 is PrecisionCore, Epson's latest printhead technology. PrecisionCore first appeared in Epson's commercial systems, but is now being brought to desktop inkjet printers. We tell you if it's any good.
The Reference R6 on-ears are Klipsch's answer to fans who love the sound of the R6 in-ears but prefer an on-ear option. Do they still maintain the same legendary sound? We find out.
By merging 4K resolution with OLED panel technology, LG seems to have (on paper) attained the holy grail of TVs with the EG960T. Here's our review.
Smartphones, phablets, tablets, detachable notebooks, and ultra slim and portable notebook are blurring the lines between the various mobile computing form factors? What will the future of mobile computing be like?
Do you know that in iOS, in addition to apps, it's possible to individually control which system services have access to your Location Services data?
We love Spotify, but maybe Apple had the right idea all along when it decided not to offer a free subscription tier on Apple Music. Here's why companies like Spotify need to enforce subscription-only plans in order for streaming to really take off.
The Bravia X9300C from Sony is a 4K TV running Android, which means in addition to plenty of apps to choose from, you get great mobile to TV sharing experiences through technologies like Google Cast. But how's the image quality? We tell you.
Marshmallow is the latest Android operating system to roll out from Google, and boy is it yummy. It's also packed with hidden goodies. Here are five that you may not know about.
Are you all caught up in the Star Wars hype? Counting down the days till Episode VIII? Fortunately, there are plenty of Star Wars apps to ensure that you'll be able to carry a small piece of that galaxy far, far away with you wherever you go.