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Smart home devices will tell you the weather and answer trivia questions, sure, but they can do so much more. Try these tips to streamline your day, relax a little or just have some fun.
Technology is crowding curbs with ride hailers and keeping homeowners fixated on housing values. Here are the tools that Emily Badger, a writer for The Upshot, uses to analyze the ripple effects.
The faster speeds and larger screen sound boring on paper. But an electrical heart sensor gives a glimpse of the promise to come, our reviewer writes.
Apple’s new smartphones start at $999 and $1,099, but their superb cameras and screens make them worth the high prices, our reviewer writes.
Furniture dealers have been trying to take advantage of augmented reality technology in ads to attract more customers.
Finding a smartwatch that balances form and function can be difficult, but these five options offer the features you need to track activity, play music and more — without weighing down your wrist.
Technology has helped spawn a virtual currency market, which is highly volatile. Here’s how Nathaniel Popper, who covers cryptocurrencies, keeps on top of the changes.
Apple showed new smartphones — including its biggest ever — for higher prices, and upgraded its smart watches so they become more of a health device.
With Apple expected to introduce pricier and bigger-screen iPhones this week, here are a few tips on how to upgrade your device without breaking the bank.
If your phone just stops charging, even when it’s plugged in, it doesn’t mean it’s time to shop for a new one. Here are a few simple steps you can take before calling the pros or opening your wallet.
With midterm elections looming and candidates exploiting more tools to reach voters directly, Sydney Ember, a politics reporter, makes sure her phone stays charged.
For $250, the well-designed earbuds are a limited solution that mask noise but didn’t get our columnist to snooze longer.
Our smartphones are indispensable, especially when we’re away from home. Here’s how to protect your device, and all of the information stored on it.
Not every shot on your smartphone will be Instagram worthy, but you can often salvage middling snaps with just a few taps. Here are six easy steps.
Technology has changed the way that movies are made, but not how our chief film critic likes to review them — and he has a low-tech writing method.