Jarecki's new video-editing app creates cinematic narratives out of photos and iPhone footage.
This iOS app isn't another Facebook clone, which makes it worth a look.
From refrigerators that order groceries to robots that clean house, CES 2016 was full of high-tech appliances that will make our lives a whole lot easier.
This could be the breakthrough that pushes smart glasses into the mainstream.
Check the weather, your Facebook News Feed, and your weight while you stare at yourself.
From a high-profile Apple Watch rival to a fat-detecting breathalyzer, we saw some pretty incredible devices at CES this year.
Maybe no one needs a robot chef, but the food Cooki makes isn't half bad.
If you're prone to allergic reactions, Veta is a device you'll want to keep close.
This $99 Bluetooth device measures both body fat and muscle quality.
This digital piano teaches you how to play with keys that light up.
This camera's snapshots aren't Instagram-worthy, but they will help you grocery shop on the fly.
Samsung just put a 21.5-inch high-definition touchscreen on a fridge. Why? How about why not?
The makers of Perfect Bake want to simplify the already easy act of blending food.
The $99 aluminum bracelet has endless personalization potential.
The company's line-up of Internet-connected ovens, washers, and dryers link up to your Amazon account to make life easier.