Jawbone is finally shipping the UP3 fitness-monitoring bracelet, just days before the Apple Watch arrives. Microsoft and eBay report quarterly earnings.
Among highlights this week on Wall Street, an analyst downgrades a stock with a huge price target reduction and the leading video service hits new highs.
The EU accuses Google of cheating competitors by distorting Internet search results and also opens a probe into its Android mobile operating system.
Examples of wearable tech at work include a cloud computing firm that says Fitbits raise productivity and an HVAC firm with smartwatches running its lab.
Drug mater Mylan rises after it agrees to buy rival Perrigo, and Ocular Therapeutix falls after disappointing results for inflammation and pain treatment.
Looking for nearly new electronics at a fraction of the price? Find out how to buy refurbished laptops, phones and more -- and avoid as-is items.
Customers preordering Apple's smartwatch Friday will have to wait at least a month for delivery, an early sign of strong demand for Apple's latest product.
The world's largest premium coffeehouse is giving employees a full ride at an online college, and a social gaming pioneer is taking an odd step backward.
Reviewers have been testing the Apple Watch for a week, and they express clear advice on whether you should rush to get one.
The upcoming Surface 3 runs on comforting Windows (not Windows RT) and should have more support from apps makers. So is it worth $499?
Orders open Friday for the Apple Watch. Are potential buyers thinking about battery life, price and potential upgrades? Then again, maybe they are.
In honor of the fifth anniversary of introduction of the iPad, we have 15 nifty things that you didn't known it could do.
SeaWorld is getting a new CEO, and quarterly reports from Pier 1 and Bed, Bath & Beyond will give a good snapshot of the state of home decor.
Tidal proclaims one key feature is lossless music. Less heralded is that the streaming music service may mean more money for musicians.
A new concept luxury car from Mercedes-Benz shows that self-driving robot cars are no longer just the stuff of science fiction.
Stocks rose modestly Friday and major indexes snapped a four-day losing streak after news of merger talks among chipmakers lifted the technology sector.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is joining a long list of magnates promising to give away most of the wealth that they amass during their careers.
Durable goods data is unexpectedly weak. Kraft surges on its merger. The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all decline.
A winner: Many free deals for Windows 10. A loser: Kraft recalls 6.5 million boxes of mac and cheese because they may contains metal slivers.
Apple has two big, new reasons to make the switch to its set-top device: The price is down from $99 to $69, and HBO Now will be an exclusive.
A price war brewing among the iPad, Galaxy, Surge and other tablets could squeeze profit margins at the big tech companies behind them.
More than half of Americans are worried about the U.S. government's digital spies, but few are trying to thwart the surveillance. Here's how you can.
Vera Bradley hit all-time lows after a spate of bad news, including a downgrade, and the FCC feels that DirectTV isn't playing nice to get new subscribers.
As cars become more interconnected, the threat of hacking is growing. Here's what automakers are saying and, more importantly, doing.
Where could Apple go beyond its new watch? How about TVs, cars, a search engine, wearable cameras and a line of products for your smart home?
Stocks bounced back Monday, helped by a couple of billion-dollar deals, while Apple shares ended slightly higher after unveiling its long-anticipated watch.