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The new Motion Stills app acts as a virtual camera operator and can turn Apple Live Photos into animated GIFs or movie clips.
Two models of flexible phones may hit the market next year. Samsung has been promising this tech for a while now. Will we actually see it anytime soon?
The third-largest wireless carrier in the US is getting creative to gain more customers.
It looks like a LinkedIn data breach lead to the Facebook CEO's Twitter and Pinterest accounts being compromised.
A new report says Twitter is facing stiff competition by Snapchat. Meanwhile, there's a rumor that Twitter might have looked at a crazy merger plan.
Some tech at CES could change the future. Bridget Carey highlights far-out tech from the show.
Health tracking tech is one of the big trends of the Consumer Electronics Show. Fitbit Blaze got plenty of buzz, but other trackers went in a different direction -- and some you don't have to wear on the wrist at all.
Large appliances are the early star of CES, with refrigerators that order groceries and dishwashers that shop from Amazon to get more detergent. Washing machines can even do their own drying.
As the big electronics show gets started, strange is taking center stage. Bridget Carey highlights some unusual tech getting early buzz, including the Faraday Future's FFZero1 concept car.
The biggest tech event of the year is about to kick off. Bridget Carey helps you navigate CES 2016 with inside info on what to expect, and early news on TVs and smart home tech from LG and Samsung.
Bridget Carey looks back on the innovations and stories that made the biggest impact on technology this year, shaping what's to come.
Bridget Carey looks back on the gadgets and apps that met their demise this year. One product didn't even last a week before it was killed off.
Yule love entertaining holiday guests with unique fireplace videos. Plus, kids can keep an eye on Santa's route in new ways and even track him in the house with the Lowe's Iris app.
Hello Barbie, can you hear me? With more voice-controlled gadgets in our lives, you need to learn how to talk to your tech. Bridget Carey offers some advice.
Move over 404, there's a new Web error code for government censorship. Meanwhile, the first website turns 25 years old and Facebook now suggests events it thinks you would like.