Lightsaber Replacement Keys: No Need to Use the Forced Entry

Despite what you think of the Star Wars prequels, or even the original films, lightsabers will always be awesome. And despite there being everything from lightsaber bbq tongs to glowing knitting needles already out there, how could you not welcome these lightsaber-themed replacement keys with open arms? » 9/30/14 10:27am 27 minutes ago

These Popular Bluetooth Speakers Are Only $30 Each Today

Whether you're taking them to the beach, a tailgate, or just using them to boost your iPad's volume in the kitchen, Bluetooth speakers are incredibly handy, and we've found a couple of highly-rated models for just $30 each today. » 9/30/14 9:45am Today 9:45am

Disney USB Chargers Make Outlets Fun, Which, Uh… Guys?

For those us without kids, these Disney-themed USB chargers seem like an adorable way to replace the adapters that came with our smartphones. But to anyone with a toddler roaming the house, exploring every last nook and cranny, they also serve as an engraved invitation to start playing with power outlets. » 9/30/14 9:23am Today 9:23am

The Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Sequel Is Debuting on Netflix

It's no secret that Netflix has flirted with the idea of footing the bill for "big" movie releases in the past, but now we're finally seeing what that actually means. Next August, the sequel to 2000's Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon will be hitting Netflix and (select) IMAX theaters simultaneously. Other theaters be… » 9/30/14 9:20am Today 9:20am

Windows 9 Rumor Roundup: Everything We Think We Know

Windows 8 has been limping through its existence for just about two years now, and despite the fact that its continual updates have improved it a fair bit, the numbers aren't encouraging. Microsoft knows this, and the rumors surrounding Windows 9 show that it's going to be a move back to more familiar territory.… » 9/30/14 8:53am Today 8:53am

Basis Peak: A Powerful Fitness Tracker With Smartwatch Envy

From the very beginning, the Basis Band wanted to do more than the Fitbit and Nike competition. With high-tech sensors designed to monitor your heart rate and sweat levels — not just your flailing arms — it was one of the first, best activity trackers on the market. It was also an ugly little cretin, but the… » 9/30/14 7:00am Today 7:00am

iOS 8.1 Code Reveals Apple Pay Settings and (Maybe) Touch ID for iPads

The roll-out of iOS 8 hasn't been a smooth one, but new reports suggest that a fully-fledged 8.1 update may not be far away. MacRumors reports that the first beta developer release of the next iteration of the OS contains setting for Apple Pay, which is set to launch October—along with references to Touch ID for iPad. » 9/30/14 5:30am Today 5:30am

Google's Modular Phone Will Let You Swap Hardware While It Runs

Google's plan to create a cheap and versatile modular smartphone, known as Ara, has garnered interest from more than just the humble consumer. Now, it's been revealed that you'll be able to swap virtually all of its components without ever switching the phone off. » 9/30/14 4:30am Today 4:30am

The Apple Watch Is on Show at Paris Fashion Week

Apple has made it well known that its Watch is more than a piece of technology: it's a thoroughbred fashion item, too, which has received critical acclaim from watch experts as well as tech journalists. Which explains why it's showing the device off at Paris Fashion Week. » 9/30/14 3:30am Today 3:30am

Caught Gadget Fever? A $150 Gift Card Should Take Care of That

With back to school season and tech release mania upon us, you've probably felt a little fever coming on. The only prescription? More gadgets. Sadly, the holidays are still a ways away, and the tech treats on your wish list won't show up under the tree for a while. But cheer up because we're giving you the chance to… » 9/26/14 3:59pm Friday 3:59pm

Name Your Own Price On This Top Learn To Code Bundle

Interested in learning to code? Whether you want to become a pro developer or just mess around with code as a hobby, it can be hard to get started. To help get you up to speed, we've put together a bundle of courses, covering HTML5, CSS, Objective C, Xcode, Python and more. The best part? it's name your own price. » 9/29/14 2:23pm Yesterday 2:23pm