The Xbox Series X isn't something I need right away, but I love how easy Microsoft has made it to upgrade whenever I want to.
The PS5 June event showed off next-gen experiences in a way that the Xbox Series X July event didn't quite pull off.
The Pixel 4a launch keeps getting pushed back. Here’s why Google needs to set a date for its midrange phone.
At the PS5 event on June 11, only Ratchet & Clank showed off just how rapidly and effectively the system can load entire levels.
Apple’s about to build its own laptop chips — here’s why that’s a smart move and why it won't repeat the errors Windows machines have made with ARM.
Maneater is evidence that no matter how imaginative your theme, open world games are tapped out in their current form.
The iPhone SE 2020 has already been a big success, with phones like Pixel 4a and OnePlus Z still to come. Here’s why budget and midrange phones are having a big year.
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Phone makers have been including macro cameras on their devices. But more lenses don't always make for a better phone.
The Justice League Snyder Cut will give fans exactly what they want — and generally speaking, that's a bad thing.
The Pixel 4a will need to make compromises to get under $350, but it looks like Google is making the right ones.
The Samsung Galaxy A51 may look good on paper, but it misses what sets the iPhone SE and Pixel 3a apart.
Unlike most Star Wars games, Knights of the Old Republic II deconstructs a part of the story that we usually take for granted.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla can learn from some of the missteps that Origins and Odyssey made, but I wonder whether it will.
From price and release date to exclusive games to backwards compatibility, here are five things we want from Microsoft’s Xbox Series X May 7 event.
Apple may resurrect the 12-inch MacBook and equip it with an ARM-based chip to take on Windows 10 and Chromebook laptops.
Better Call Saul is a smart, intense, stylish drama where the acting, storytelling and cinematography are miles ahead of most other shows.
While the Pixel 4a might not have an answer to the iPhone SE's fast CPU, it'll likely be better in lots of other ways that matter.
Bigger and better phones may be coming from Apple later this year, but it’s going to be hard to match the value that the iPhone SE 2020 promises.
Microsoft's Xbox Series X is a powerful console with a wide, interesting ecosystem that complements gaming PCs.
A new, smaller OLED TV ignites controversy about OLED pricing, but don't get too wrapped up in comparisons.
Star Trek: Picard didn’t feel very much like The Next Generation, and this worked both for and against it.
Are the PS5 and Xbox Series X necessary? If so, are consoles something we'll always need? And, if not, what should we have had instead?