Todd Haselton is the Technology Products Editor for CNBC. He has reviewed gadgets for a decade for a variety of publications. He's a 2007 graduate of Lehigh University.
A note from Mirabaud analyst Neil Campling suggests Apple is going to kill the iPhone X, but Apple has said it's the most successful iPhone it's currently selling.
Amazon rolled out a new feature on Thursday that lets you create custom responses for Alexa on your Amazon Echo. Here's how to do that.
You can set your iPhone to stop alerting you to text messages and other notifications while driving. Here's how to turn on do not disturb mode while driving.
Microsoft knew a lot more about me than I thought. Here's what it knows, how to find what Microsoft knows about you and how to download everything.
If you use Venmo to send money to friends, anyone can see the recipient's name, date, and purpose of each transaction. Here's how to make them private.
You should use a password manager instead of relying on tools from Facebook and Google to log in to websites and apps.
Facebook just published a lengthy blog post explaining when it and others collect data on internet users.
CNBC tests Google's new Nest x Yale front door lock and Nest Hello smart doorbell.
Gmail is getting a new confidential mode that reportedly prevents recipients from forwarding or printing email messages.