Nokia’s upcoming midrange smartphones look to win buyers over with quality displays and many, many cameras.
Trek's new pedal-assist electric bike has a 100-mile range and is seriously fun—but seriously expensive.
Ahead of the Galaxy Fold's relaunch, Samsung has fixed just about everything wrong with its foldable phone.
Huawei’s Mate X is a foldable phone with a camera twist. But it comes at a price. Here are some initial impressions of the Mate X while we wait for its delayed release.
Motorola has focused its attention on pumping up the camera in its cheapest phone. Here’s how the Moto E6 is shaping up.
Motorola’s One Zoom stuffs a 48-megapixel, quad-camera array and 3x optical zoom into a phone that costs less than $450.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Dragonhold will complete the yearlong Season of the Dragon story arc in the popular MMO.
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics looks just like the movie, and plays like a deep strategy/RPG.
The Marvel's Avengers game offers a ton of customization options, making the title feel refreshingly ambitious.
Apple Card isn't your average credit card, which is both good and bad. Here's what we've learned about Apple Card after a week of using it.
The Galaxy Note 10 is one of the fastest phones ever, but it's still a step behind the iPhone XS Max.
The Nvidia Shield TV's new interface is generally a good upgrade for the system, but many other Android TVs look similar.
Alienware's 55 OLED Gaming Monitor serves up beautiful color and 4K resolution with low refresh rates.
Blair Witch plays just fine, but its premise and gameplay style seem to take inspiration from other horror games instead of the film series.
TCL's value-packed Roku 4K TVs are back with huge improvements, and the budget-friendly manufacturer prepares to muscle into the premium TV space.
Google has pushed out the most significant update Android Auto has ever seen, and it's going to make a lot of drivers happy.
Amazon's Fire TV Cube provides more Alexa integration for your home entertainment, but it's not for all.
It’s not available outside of China yet, but keep an eye on this cheap yet effective fitness tracker.
While it’s designed for those who have trouble touching the display, the mouse support feature in iPadOS works surprisingly well.
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