Does the Apple Watch or Android Wear have what it takes to win a spot on your wrist?
Even with all the pollution, the illnesses, and the global conflicts, there is a chance that tech can save the Earth.
Although immortality still seems a little out of reach, breakthroughs in cancer tech could add some years back to our lives.
Probably not, but that won't stop Samsung from taking the "if you can't beat them, copy them," approach with the Galaxy Alpha.
Move over, LaserJets, there's a new piece of hardware popping up on our desks. The 3D printing revolution is officially starting.
Two-wheel vehicles aren't as dangerous when you have wearables for motorcyclists protecting you from head to toe.
It's time to stop talking about fitness bands and smartwatches and start listening to what's happening with hearables.
Physical branches, checkbooks and deposit slips will soon be transformed, and it's all thanks to the emerging tech of mobile banking.
Automotive wearables are the answer to better drivers, safer roads and less fiddling with your phone during your daily commute.
The debate continues over whether or not the IoT and the environment can coexist.
With all the APIs, SDKs and design improvements, developers are chomping at the bit to get their hands on all the technologies coming out of WWDC 2014.
We've reached the halfway mark of WWDC 2014, and we're already blown away by how much Apple has to say about their software and operating systems.
With WWDC 2014 just around the corner, everyone is throwing their predictions in the ring. Here's some more substance for the slew of speculations.
It's time to rev your engine, control your radio and even check off your grocery list—from your car. The Internet of Things is heading to your garage.
ADT and other home security systems are about to hand over their badge and their flashlight to IoT and the connected home.
Kick text messaging charges to the curb with the army of mobile messaging apps entering the market.
We all know how wearable devices can keep us fit and in touch with our friends, but just wait till you see what they can do for overworked parents.
If at first you don't succeed, try moving to Silicon Valley. See why nobody bounces back from failure better than tech entrepreneurs.
The wave of sleep-enhancing wearable devices and mobile apps preparing to enter the market are insomnia’s worst nightmare.
Ambient apps are using sights, sounds, coordinates and accelerometers to make your smartphone smarter than ever before.
The annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona is the mobile world’s equivalent of the Oscars. This year’s event did not disappoint.
Beacons are beginning to pop up everywhere from Apple Stores to the Super Bowl, offering a better shopping experience to both retailers and customers.
Adding smartphones, smart appliances and smart apps to our kitchens can make us smarter chefs, diners and interior decorators.
As mobile devices and apps become fixtures in global education, the barriers holding back disadvantaged groups will continue to disappear.
Sports technology combines wearables, data, the Internet of Things and the latest in sportswear and equipment to change big-league games and athletic training forever.
As the wearables market looks to bring computing power to everything we wear, Tim Gunn may become more influential than Tim Cook.
Can Google's Open Automotive Alliance do for cars what Android and the Open Handset Alliance did for smartphones?
With glasses that let doctors see our veins and nanobots that help repair our DNA, it's safe to say we've barely scratched the surface of the wearables market.
Fitness trackers and health monitors are guaranteed to improve the user's well being, as long as wearables manufacturers can convince them to keep it on.
The future of the automobile is heavy on technology, well-connected and the perfect blend of man and machine.
If you'd like to lighten your pockets, but you're not quite ready to embrace mobile wallets, Coin is the payment alternative you've been looking for.
Flexible smartphone screens open up interesting possibilities for app developers and users, especially those who have broken a phone or two in their day.
Everyone from startups to major financial institutions are duking it out for a piece of the mobile payments landscape, but who has the resources and tech savvy to reign supreme?
LinkedIn's email enhancement is the first of its kind, and so are the security and privacy issues that come with it.
The upcoming Android OS will create a powerful and seamless operating experience across old and new Android phones, but SMS app developers may be less than thrilled about it.
The Internet of Things encompasses billions of devices, trillions of dollars and a massive improvement to our quality of life. Now if only the powers that be could put it in motion.
Apple's newest and most powerful tablet makes it easier to imagine a future without desktop and laptop computers.
The impressive processing power of Apple's 64-bit A7 chip is blurring the line between mobile devices and desktop computers.
PayPal is stepping out of eBay’s shadow to join the mobile payments race by making several bold moves into our app and in-store transactions.
Augmented reality is not quite a reality, but advances in microelectronics, cloud services, wireless connectivity and eyewear could take AR mainstream.
Apple's iOS 7 won't just be strange and new to iDevice users. It'll also present serious challenges to even the most seasoned mobile developers.
The transition from iOS 6 to iOS 7 will impact app makers most of all.
The future of medicine is closer than you think — you could even be wearing it now.