Apple said Monday its iPad Pro goes on sale this week in 40 countries, its new computing device aimed at reviving a slumping tablet market.
Luxury Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer will next week launch a smartwatch aimed at taking on the Apple Watch, but with an asking price of $1,500, the company chief said in an interview published Sunday.
New Android phones appear with regularity, but far too few of them really seem ... new.
"We don't make that kind of glass," said Waguih Ishak, director of Corning Inc.'s West Coast Research Center, pointing to the windows lining his office and, beyond that, to the windshields of the cars parked outside.
It turns out that Apple's streaming-TV box—aptly named Apple TV—isn't just for streaming anymore. Its latest incarnation, which ships this week, offers on the big screen just about anything you could previously only do ...
The smartphone has been the tech story for Americans in recent years, with the market surging at the expense of other gadgetry, a study showed Thursday.
Call it payable fashion. You won't need a credit card to pay for your clothes; your clothes will BE your credit card.
When it debuted two years ago, Google's Chromecast shook up the market for digital streaming devices. The company is hoping now to build on that success, releasing a new and improved version of the Chromecast.
This week I've been paying for things with my phone, and while I do appreciate the technology, I'm wondering if mobile wallets will take off or fizzle out.
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