A fault with Virgin Media has left many customers in London without internet access and TV.
The Nuimo Click can toggle your smart lights or adjust the volume on your Sonos speakers -- and it powers itself.
We've already driven it, but we still have no idea what it looks like.
Huawei will try to tackle Samsung's Galaxy Note 9.
The Amazon Echo Sub offers an instant bass upgrade to the smart speaker line, but stereo pairing two Echos makes for a better music experience.
Players say it's forced them to factory reset their consoles.
Google says the update is coming to previous Pixel generations, too.
Welcome home this autonomous robot, who'll answer your questions and play games.
Come check out some photos we took with the Pixel 3!
The smaller of Google's new Pixel 3 phones throws down against the competition.
Google's latest phone comes with top-tier features, but here's how it stacks up to previous versions.
Which big phone will rule them all?
Asaii could help Apple Music battle Spotify.
Bestek's smartly designed strip includes two USB ports, as well as cable and phone jacks. Plus: two seriously sweet deals on camping gear!
When will it reach all 50 states? That's a question currently lacking an answer.
Scoot and Skip roll out in San Francisco but Lime, Uber, Spin and Lyft aren't happy about it.
This is not the first patent application of its kind, surprisingly.
Nearly 300,000 households were still without home Internet, phone, or TV service yesterday in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama, as telcos scramble to repair networks damaged by Hurricane Michael. More than 200,000 of the households without cable or wireline service are in Florida, according to the Federal Communications Commission.
Mobile service has also taken a big hit, with outages affecting about 15 percent of cell sites in the 21 Florida counties where the FCC is tracking hurricane-related outages.
Carriers have made progress in reducing those outage numbers the past few days. Nearly 29 percent of tracked cell sites in Florida were out as of October 11, but the outage rate has been nearly cut in half since.
Legendary PDA pioneer Palm is back as a zombie brand, and it's launching a tiny smartphone.
If you recall, Palm, creator of the Palm Pilot and WebOS, bombed out of the smartphone market and was purchased by HP. Palm died at HP after a short run of tablets and smartphones, and eventually Chinese smartphone company TCL snatched up the rights to the Palm brand in 2014, and things have been quiet since then. You might know TCL from running that other smartphone zombie brand, Blackberry.
Undervalues tracker stock by $11bn, quips: 'Peace better than war but I still enjoy a good fight'
Michael Dell could be about to lock horns again with Carl Icahn - the activist investor is opposed to Dell Technologies going public via VMware because he claims the move will rip off existing stockholders.…