Though there's no way to know how many were in stock, the new Android Wear watch is already out of stock on Motorola.com.
It was part of a Netflix Hack Day and may never make it to the public, but Oculix is still pretty cool.
Google is loosening its real-name rules on the social service, letting users pick what they want to be called.
The Nexus 8 appears to be in testing in India, though it's a bit perplexing why it's 'similar' to the Nexus 7.
E3 2014 Sony breezed through its VR headset, only announcing two new demos would be shown on the convention floor.
E3 2014 Gamers can nab the beta before Halo 5 releases next year thanks to The Master Chief Collection.
WWDC 2014 Apple's newest operating system can be yours in the fall on everything from the iPad 2 to the iPhone 5S.
Updated '8' could stand for a lot of things, but we're preeetttyyy sure it's got something to do with the new version of iOS.
Google Glass 2 is in the hands of Google's R&D team, but just what the next version will bring remains a mystery.
Apple will reportedly skip out on revealing major new hardware in favor of focusing on iOS 8 and OS X 10.10.
Google bought Nest for $3.2 billion a few months back. Now, it's looking to turn a profit from one of its devices.
At some point this year, you'll be able to holler at your Fire TV in search of Alaska: The Last Frontier episodes.
Twitter is rolling out pop-up alerts for retweets, favorites and more. Is it about to become more helpful, or more annoying?
Nokia has invited us to join it for 'more,' strongly hinting we're in for a brand new phone during Microsoft's developer conference.
GDC 2014 Crytek's CryEngine is the newest member of Team Mantle. No word yet on when we'll see the API in action, however.
Fitbit launched a recall/refund program for the wearable last month. Now, we're finding out just how many people were affected.