From games to services, here’s how the Xbox One and its various iterations fared in 2018.
Five years after the launch of the original Xbox One, we examine the console line's successes and failures.
The Oculus Go offers a cordless, all-in-one VR for under $200 with a robust catalog of apps and games.
The Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2 SE headphones offer great sound, excellent smart controls and over 24 hours of battery life.
Microsoft finaly re-released the Windows 10 October Update and with it a slew of features for Hololens and the Mixed Reality headsets.
The Razer Phone 2 offers good performance, excellent audio and a 120-Hz display, but the phone's camera still needs work.
Razer's back with the next iteration of its gamer-centric smartphone and it's clear that the company has some new tricks up its sleeve
Although the Oculus Quest is worth your attention, it's the things you can potentially do with the headset that should get you excited.
The Oculus Touch Controllers are lightweight, easy to use and offer a deeply immersive VR experience.
The Oculus Rift delivers jaw-dropping, immersive VR experiences in a comfortable design, but you may want to wait for the Touch controllers and more games.
Scheduled to ship next spring for $399, the Oculus Quest headset is the company's first standalone headset to launch with Oculus Rift-level graphics.
The Maingear F131 offers outrageous amounts of power in a captivating chassis with an innovative cooling system, but that all costs a pretty penny.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider offers slick gameplay, new abilities and side quests in the breathtaking backdrop of South America.
The Galaxy Note 9 seems to pack only subtle upgrades, but there’s several compelling reasons why one Note 8 owner is ready to trade up.
Open-world, third-person survival horror, Days Gone doesn't pull any punches about what a post-apocalyptic catastrophe, zombie or otherwise would look like.
The follow up to the 2016 reboot, Hitman 2 delivers more creative kill options in gorgeous global locales.