The Commuter Trucker Jacket with Jacquard by Google is targeted at a super niche audience: bike riders whose hands are on the handlebars and not their phones.
Yahoo Finance's David Pogue reviews Vero, a social network app, modeled after Instagram, that became No. 1 on app stores after allowing the first 1 million people to sign up for free.
Yahoo Finance's David Pogue reviews Google Clips. a tiny, thin camera that combines elements of a spy camera, GoPro camera, and cellphone camera.
Yahoo Finance's David Pogue reviews Bitmoji, a free app bought by Snapchat last year for $100 million, in the next installment of his new video series Rated:App.
Here are a number of companies that have recently unveiled, demonstrated, or released videos of their “air taxis” or flying cars.
David Pogue conducts a home sound test of Apple's HomePod and pits it against the Sonos One, Google Home Max, and the Amazon Echo Plus. The results were unexpected.
Apple invited David Pogue to a one-on-one listening session in a Manhattan corporate apartment to preview the HomePod. The rules were: listen, don’t touch. (And listen, don’t take pictures.)
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly talks about his year in space and what it was like when he returned to Earth.
CES takes place in Las Vegas every January. This year, six technologies stood out — all of which have been boiled down to a handy acronym, VICTOR, which stands for voice, Internet of Things, cars, TVs, oddballs, and robots.
Fitbit, which began tracking sleep stages in March 2017, has collected data from 6 billion nights of sleep. Here's what Fitbit discovered about how Americans sleep.
New Year’s resolutions are more famous for failure than for success. Technology won’t change resolutions’ success rate dramatically, but it might budge the needle by a few percent. Here are four that could help.
Google's Pixel Buds sound terrific for music and respond well to Assistant requests. But the real-time translation thing is kind of a bust.
Did you know you're more likely to lose or break your iPhone when a new one comes out? According to a study from the University of Michigan, it’s your psychology at work, attempting to help you justify the purchase of a faster, better phone model.
The Sonos:1 speaker looks, sounds, and costs the same as its predecessor, with one major difference: the new speaker is an Amazon Echo.