Retro-Bit's new Genesis and Saturn pads don't merely look the part — they're practically clones of the originals.
Katana Zero's unforgiving 2D combat is met with an intriguing cyberpunk setting complete with interactive dialogue.
Characters in Trover Saves the Universe will yammer ad-libbed lines back and forth indefinitely — and the dialogue is hilarious.
The latest version of iOS packs hundreds of new features and improvements, beyond the ones you've heard about. Here are the secret additions you need to be aware of.
LG's OLED TVs are coming next month, but the premium features aren't limited to the OLED models, as the company positions NanoCell against Samsung's QLED.
I went hands-on with Stranger Things 3 at GDC 2019, and it seems like just the right kind of SNES-style adaptation.
Playing Doom on Google's new Stadia gaming platform answers some of our questions about the upcoming release. Here's what we learned from our hands-on time.
Oculus Rift S upgrades Oculus' flagship PC virtual reality headset with better resolution, improved room tracking and a passthrough camera for seeing your surroundings.
Stormland has everything you’d expect from an action/adventure title, including detailed exploration and intense combat, but in VR.
Bose just announced that its Bose AR apps have launched and are even coming to it latest headphones.
Three Galaxy S10 models hit stores March 8, and they’re pretty amazing. But there are a couple of reasons to save your money.
The Magic Leap AR glasses have been hard to find, but we finally got time with them to see where they excel and where they can grow.
The $699 Nokia 9 PureView, HMD's first flagship Nokia phone in the U.S., has a promising five-camera system and a gorgeous 5.99-inch display.
At SXSW, LG showed off a group of conceptual AI-driven robots, including an incredibly adorable boy band.
The Sub Compact is a smaller version of Hopsy's kegerator that turns beer into a subscription service.
The Oculus Quest is an exercise in carefree exploration that shows if nothing else, that virtual reality isn't dead (for now).
Nier: Automata is still one of this generation's weirdest games, and we can all use a little weirdness in our downtime.
The F(X) Pro 1’s sliding QWERTY keyboard is a blast from the past, but will this $649 Android phone appeal to users who've grown accustomed to on-screen keyboards?
Sony’s 2019 flagship is beautiful with a 4K HDR OLED screen boasting a 21:9 aspect ratio. But in a way, the new smartphone already feels old-fashioned.
Nubia’s flexible Alpha smartwatch sounds perfect on paper, but the device — coming to North America later this year — is just too weird to work as a wearable.
The Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus, Sony’s replacements for the Xperia XA2, take widescreen to a whole new level.
Nokia’s upcoming smartphone slate includes two budget phones that guarantee Android upgrades for two years.