Your next cup of coffee could be prepared and served to you by a robot barista.
If you are thinking about a new big screen TV for the big game on Sunday, now is the time to buy.
President Donald Trump’s next immigration order could be bad news for the tech sector in the Bay Area.
Major players in the tech world like Facebook, Apple, Netflix, Twitter, and Microsoft have publicly rebuked the travel ban by President Dona…
Gas delivery apps like Wefuel, Yoshi and FuelPanda are gaining popularity in the Bay Area.
An email phishing scam is making the rounds and security experts say it is highly effective.
When using public WI-FI on your phone, tablet or laptop it is important that your equipment is well protected. A new gadget will hit the mar…
All this rain is good for the drought but very bad for our electronics.
No longer being dependent on gas and buying an all-electric car just got easier.
The Consumer Electronics Show 2017 is officially underway in Las Vegas.
Everyone is talking about the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and it hasn’t even started yet.
The tech world converges on Sin City for the Consumer Electronics Show.
The new California hands-free law is now in effect.It makes the existing law stricter.
As Barack Obama began preparing to leave office, the first smartphone-toting U.S. president ordered his team to upgrade the White House’s ag…
There were new phones, tablets, computers, virtual reality, augmented reality, and gadgets galore.
(KRON)—2017 is shaping up to be a big year in consumer technology. KRON4’s tech guru Gabe Slate tells us what’s coming. Apple, Samsung, Amaz…
(KRON)—If you just got a new phone or tablet for the holidays and are trying to decide what to do with your now “old” device, KRON4’s Tech R…
(KRON)—If you got a shiny new gadget on Christmas Day and you’re wondering if you should get insurance on that or an extended warranty. KRON…
For those of you who want to keep their phone in their purse, a Ringly Smart Ring could be for you.
Everyone hates driving over potholes, and there are plenty of them in the Bay Area.