Loot boxes filled with mystery goodies are video games’ latest controversy.
The next generation of mobile broadband promises mind-blowing speeds — think full-length movie downloads in seconds — but what is 5G and when will it get here?
Verizon, the United States' largest cellular carrier, has a new service called Visible, with unlimited calling, texts and data for $40 a month. Is it the right service for you?
Android apps continue to run in the background, even after you’ve moved on to other tasks. Here's how to close those apps to free up memory.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate features every character in the franchises' history and more. The full roster is more than 70 characters deep.
Google One is Google's new name for consumer storage, with the rebranded service now offering a 2TB option.
Facebook has identified coordinated attempts on its social media platforms to influence the United States' midterm elections this November.
Nintendo's NES Classic Edition is coming back to store shelves sometime soon after being discontinued in early 2017.
A new team-up between Microsoft and Razer means that new control options could open up to Xbox One gamers.
Don't worry about saying "Hey Google" or "OK Google" every time you have a question anymore. Continuous Conversation lets you make multiple commands one after the other.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is official, but details are sparse. Here's everything we know about the sequel to the most-hyped western coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Sony's response to limiting linking accounts from PS4 to the Nintendo Switch is sure to draw more ire.
Nintendo's Direct with Super Smash Bros. and a ton of hands-on experiences made day 3 at E3 a packed one.
A questionable report suggests we may see USB Type-C on 2019 iPhones, with new cables coming with this year's models.
On Day 2 of E3, we saw Sony and Ubisoft show off their games. We also went hands-on with Forza Horizon 4 and Insomniac Games' Spider-Man.
Lenovo is revamping its Legion Tower and Cube with a sleek design that’s not as aggressive as many gaming machines.
For four days in May, 14 million Facebook users' default sharing setting for posts was set to public due to a bug. Users are being notified.