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Game publisher Bethesda accidentally leaked names, email addresses, street addresses of an unknown number of customers.
Amazon has given gift cards to some Black Friday data-breach victims as a "token of apology," ranging from $5 to $100.
An update to Google Assistant encourages more polite manners with a Pretty Please feature. And kids can now talk to Santa.
The Google Home Hub and Echo Show are both formidable smart displays, but they are very different in terms of price, size and features.
The Echo Sub brings the most powerful bass of any Alexa speaker yet — but you're limited with how you can use it.
The Echo Dot and Google Home Mini are both formidable smart speakers under $50, but Amazon’s comes out on top.
Comcast will issue refunds to 20,000 Massachusetts customers after the ISP failed to disclose extra fees that increased customers' monthly bills.
Keurig and Anheuser-Busch have released Drinkworks Home Bar by Keurig, a Keurig machine that makes cocktails instead of coffee.
With the Google Family Link, parents can view their children's activity, manage app usage, set screen time limits and more.
From spotty cellular reception and charging issues to Beautygate, here are the biggest complaints that iPhone XS owners have.