The Pay What You Want: 2018 Arduino Enthusiast E-Book Bundle will help you master the popular open-source electronics platform.
Amazon has issued a recall for 260,000 “Amazon Basics” branded power banks. The online retailer says it has received 53 reports of defective power banks.
Amazon’s Alexa personal assistant has gained a “Follow-Up Mode” allowing users to ask multiple questions or make multiple commands, without the need to repeat the “Alexa” wakeup command.
Spring cleaning is just around the corner, and the Deebot N79s Amazon Alexa-controlled robot vacuum is the perfect companion for keeping your floors dust and debris free.
Infographic: You might be surprised to learn that just a few large companies own a whole heck of a lot of the e-commerce, news, and social networking sites on the net.
A helpful hint for income tax filing season: The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will not ask you to pay back taxes with an iTunes Card.
Big box electronics retailer Best Buy on Wednesday announced it will shutter 250 satellite “mobile” stores which were dedicated to sales of mobile phones.
There is plenty of new entertainment coming to Netflix in March. Sadly, other movies and television shows are saying farewell.
T-Mobile and Sprint have announced their plans for their respective 5G network rollouts in the United States.
Popular password management service 1Password has added a feature to check whether or not a password they’d like to use has already been breached.
Facebook is inviting Facebook Messenger users to “feel the love” on Valentine’s Day if they’re in a “FB official” romantic relationship.
Over the past few weeks, T-Mobile has been sending its customers text message alerts warning them of “an industry-wide phone number port-out scam.”
It’s February, and it’s time for new content on the streaming video services, and Amazon Prime Video is no exception.
Amazon is teasing what appears to be new voice options for Alexa, the voice of its Amazon Echo lineup of smart speakers in a 30-second video.
Amazon is one of the most recognizable brand names in the world, who’d have ever thought that a relatively obscure online book retailer would some day grow into the world’s most dominant online retailer.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced on Thursday that some major changes are on the way to your Facebook News Feed.