Amazon Prime Now will offer one-hour rose delivery service in the Las Vegas Valley through Valentine's Day.
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A new study by travel website Expedia has found that travelers now consider their mobile device to be the "single most indispensable" item that they take with them when traveling — rating it higher than their toothbrush, deodorant or drivers license.
Is your iPhone lying about how much battery power it has left? If so, your iPhone is suffering from a bug that Apple says it's trying to fix.
Twitter said on Tuesday its social network was suffering ongoing outages on computers and phones and it was working to resolve issues, which have been widely reported across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and North America.
UNLV student Kyle Kimsey recently won the regional qualifying round of the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards for his startup business Adler Dynamics.
New tablets and phones are constantly emerging. But with all the new technology, nothing has overcome the pesky problem of a dying phone.
Less than a decade after Whitney started "Living in Las Vegas," podcasts have become more popular. From news agencies and corporations to everyday people, the medium is used for talks, interviews and some good old-fashioned storytelling.
If there is one takeaway from CES 2016 it is that there is almost a device for everything.
The front doorbell not only sends the sound echoing through the house but a text message to a smartphone notifying the homeowner a guest, mailman or anyone else has arrived.
Imitation may be the sincerest form of chicanery, and perhaps trouble. A hoverboard company found this out at CES when it was apparently busted for an alleged knockoff design.
Before you shove your way through the thick Consumer Electronics Show crowds to reach the latest gigantic TV screen and other whiz-bang gadgetry, there's Gary Klein and his BMX bicycle at Intel's sprawling exhibit area in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Tired of ironing your clothes? Then perhaps you would be interested in buying the $1,600 ironing machine from electronics maker LG, now at CES, where clothes hang in a refrigerator-looking rectangle, swaying away wrinkles and germs.
With burglaries and home invasions on the rise in Southern Nevada, about a dozen companies brought potential deterrents to the trade-show floor of CES this week.
It's the beginning of a brand new year and you've probably created a list of resolutions, such as exercising more, eating out less and being a little thriftier with your money. Committing to even the smallest life changes can be a challenge, but there are a number of apps that save you money and time to make these changes less difficult.
Technology is changing the way people think about health and fitness.
In 1983, it was hard to fathom Ralphie Parker from the movie "A Christmas Story" actually getting the Red Ryder, carbine action, 200-shot range model air rifle he so dearly desired for Christmas.
If you believe Turner Sports president David Levy, there are more than 4 billion screens in the world. That's 4 billion potential customers to watch a sporting event live.
It seems like it just started, but CES will be over before you know it.
Ride-hailing companies took a big bite out of ground transportation revenue in the days leading up to the opening of CES this year.
Sharing what you're doing might sound innocent, but your friends and followers aren't the only ones paying attention. Social media hackers are also taking interest in your updates to see what they can exploit.
Early this week, General Motors announced that it is investing $500 million in the ride-hailing company Lyft.
In the time that Netflix CEO Reed Hastings was onstage for the opening keynote of CES Wednesday, 130 new countries were added to the online on-demand streaming television service. Now, nearly 200 countries get it.
With Wednesday being the official start of CES 2016 — as well as National Technology Day — we looked back at prior shows and the key tech products that have been unveiled over the years.