For those not satisfied with just a premium phone, Samsung and LG are offering two models best described as the Lamborghinis of smartphones.
Samsung wants to sell the digital brains that will go into billions of "smart" home appliances, industrial sensors and other Internet-connected gadgets—even if the gadgets aren't made by Samsung.
Apple Watch isn't so much a lifestyle revolution as it is a collection of small enhancements that add up.
Of the 13 Apple Watch models I tried over two sessions, the one I liked most cost $15,000.
Apple gave consumers their first hands-on look at its smartwatch Friday pushing into wearable tech just as rival Samsung rolled out its new flagship smartphones.
From the moment I took it out of the box, Apple's new MacBook looked and felt like an iPad.
Google and Taiwan's Asus are launching a "computer on a stick" which can plug into a display to turn it into a PC.
Microsoft is making a cheaper version of its Surface Pro 3 tablet computer in an effort to reach students and budget-conscious families.
A better design, a sharper camera and easier-to-use software make the new Galaxy S6 phones the best Samsung has yet to offer.
There's a lot to love about Google's new high-end Chromebook Pixel laptop: a vivid, high-resolution touch screen, powerful speakers and next-generation USB ports meant to standardize power chargers. All for $300 cheaper than ...