Apple has CarPlay, Google has Android Auto, and Microsoft has Windows in the Car, but which of these connected cars is closest to the assembly line?
Thanks to the unified Google framework, all Android Wear smartwatches can perform commands, reminders, check texts, and more.
There's no escaping the impact of connected tech on this year's World Cup.
We examine what came out of this year's WWDC, kits for both home and health.
This year at WWDC, Apple focused on developers with the biggest news since the introduction of the iPhone – Swift, a brand new language for iOS and Mac app development.
Between Amazon's FireTV ,and AppleTV, and what Google's set to announce at Google I/O, which tech company will have the living room winner?
Are you having second thoughts about your FuelBand? Well, so is Nike.
The next phase of "wearable" tech will include smart contact lenses, embedded devices, and even sensors you swallow.
IFTTT, or "If This Then That" has been around for a while, but this powerful service is only now growing in usability.
From helping the differently-abled navigate the world to letting us move wheelchairs, wearable innovations could increase the quality of life for generations to come.
Here's a look at everything that was big in mobile at SXSWi 2014 - from Glass, to Samsung, to our mobile addiction and beyond.
Credit and debit cards have cut down the size of our money carriers, but even thin pieces of plastic take up space.
Bringing your phone to class used to mean a one-way ticket to detention - but not anymore.
Wearables are smart when it comes to functionality, but their fashion has been lacking.
From revolutionizing brick-and-mortar shopping, to making public transit easier to use — tiny beacons pack a big punch.
We break down the best apps released alongside iOS 7, and how you can also take advantage of its new features.
Apple recently held its yearly iPhone event, and for the first time ever it introduced two new iPhones—the 5C and the 5S. What's the difference?
See how everything from smart patches, to swallowable sensors will forever change how we track our health.
Will Google finally own the living room with Chromecast, their new $35 device?
Recommendations, loyalty points and promotions — how do mobile shoppers benefit?
Apple's newly announced iOS 7 brings Apple Maps and Siri to your vehicle. How do they look to change car tech?
Brands are flocking to Vine and Instagram video. So why is everyone suddenly crazy for mobile video?
Last week was Apple's WWDC, and here's our take on their complete iOS overhaul.
Who's #1 in mobile payments? The answer's not a bank, it's a retail chain — and the name may surprise you.
Mary Meeker peers into the future with her annual 'Internet Trends' report. What's next for mobile?
This week, we cover everything you need to about what Google launched at this year's I/O.
This week, we had a chance to try out Google Glass. It made us wonder, “Will Glass go mainstream or is it just a toy for the tech elite?”
So long Timex. Hello Apple, Samsung and Google. See how tech's keeping time in this week's video on smart watches.
Over the last couple of weeks, the mobile world’s been buzzing about Facebook Home. We'll give you our take in around a minute.
This week: mobile’s increasing role as a couch potato, its star turn in theaters and a couple of the ways Google Glass adds perspective.
This week: Walmart lets people shop in store with iPhones; people apparently prefer native apps; and Android’s gaining in the enterprise.
Mobile has finally moved out of its adolescence. It’s becoming more sophisticated — and so should your marketing approach.