Apple may test the bounds of iPhone love with a...

By Michael Liedtke | The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO—Apple is expected to sell its fanciest iPhone yet for $1,000, crossing into a new financial frontier...

New LG phone influenced by Samsung’s Note 7 troubles

By Anick Jesdanun | The Associated Press NEW YORK—Samsung’s fiasco with its fire-prone Note 7 phone has pushed its rival LG to take additional precautions...

Fossil Q ups smartwatch game with handsome design and build

By Pauline Joy M. Gutierrez ONE of the most popular brand names in the US, Fossil has unveiled a new collection of smartwatches that’s as...

Time to set limits: Business owners suffer tech overload

By Joyce M. Rosenberg / The Associated Press Three years into being a business owner, Becky Davis knew she needed to break the hold technology had...

Moto makes modular marvelous

By Gerard Ramos / Lifestyle & Entertainment Editor SURE, it is not as ambitious as Ara, the modular smartphone project Google began developing in earnest not...

Google Home, Amazon Echo mix convenience with creepiness

By Troy Wolverton / The Mercury News HAVING a smart speaker like Amazon Echo or Google Home in the house can feel like you’ve stepped into...

This time, LG plays it safe and makes good sound with the...

By Jt Nisay THE fine-tuned V20 is LG’s return to normalcy—sort of. In late March this year, the South Korean tech giant shot for the...

The Sony Xperia XZ…because it’s a selfie world

By Gerard Ramos / Lifestyle & Entertainment Editor  IN a smartphone marketplace increasingly littered with gimmicky features—from “borderless” screens to screens that curve to the sides...

Apple’s new iPhone 7 models offer modest updates

By Troy Wolverton / The Mercury News Apple’s new iPhone 7 devices are no breakthroughs. The midsize iPhone 7 and the jumbo-sized iPhone 7 Plus look much...

What to expect from GoPro’s big drone unveiling

By Paresh Dave  |  Los Angeles Times Action camera-maker GoPro Inc. gets its big chance to rebound from a disastrous year when it unveils its...

With Series 2, Apple admits its smartwatch isn’t for everyone

By Paresh Dave / Los Angeles Times TWO years ago, Apple Inc. executives made the case that anyone with an iPhone would be better off also...

Samsung recalls Galaxy Note 7 after battery explosions

By Youkyung Lee / The Associated Press Samsung recalled its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on Friday after finding some of their batteries exploded or caught fire. Samsung’s...

Questions on 5G’s impact on health raised

By Jim Puzzanghera / Los Angeles Times AS wireless companies prepare to launch the next generation of service, there are new questions about the possible health...

Livestreaming apps beyond Facebook Live

By Barbara Ortutay / The Associated Press LIVE video is growing more popular as a way for families to share big moments with faraway loved ones, and...

Gadgets to help your health

By Jonathan Takiff / Philadelphia Daily News TAKING better care of ourselves is a promise we always make to ourselves. We vow to eat healthier and...

Of red hearts and blue thumbs-up

By Jt Nisay EARLY last year, American retailer Lord & Taylor tapped 50 fashion bloggers or “influencers” to simultaneously post on Instagram a picture of...

Boon or bane?

By Gianna G. Maniego RAISE your hand if the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning is reach for your mobile phone. Raise...

Universe2Go like Pokémon Go for astronomy geeks

By Jim Rossman / The Dallas Morning News I’ve been interested in astronomy since I was a wee lad. One year when I was in first or...

Hear, hear, rechargeable mobile cases are here!

By Pauline Joy M. Gutierrez THERE are two problems faced by users of most ultrathin phones with nonremovable batteries nowadays: one, the device loses power...

Bulletproof glass, Twitter abuse

By Todd Martens / Los Angeles Times A FAN at the Comic-Con International here had a message for Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer...