DirecTV Now is more stable than it was upon launch, but many of its biggest problems persist.
By reinventing both 2-in-1s with the Yoga Book and phones with the Phab 2 Pro and Moto Z, Lenovo out-innovated the competition this year.
Why can't we vote online? You might be surprised, but many computer-security and electronic-ballot experts are dead set against the idea.
There are plenty of places to buy and sell a used iPhone. We went undercover to see who offers the best deals and the best customer service.
Sling TV offers lots to like for cord-cutters, but after a year with the service, I'm not convinced it's the best option out there.
Blizzard's MOBA Heroes of the Storm has grown and changed over time, and most of the changes have been for the better.
Here's how the sound design of Blizzard's hit online shooter ensures that you can hear every major threat headed your way.
Which is better aluminum or magnesium? How about carbon fiber? We take an in-depth look at the most popular materials used in phones, laptops and tablets today.
High-end fitness trackers today can track heart rate and calories burned; does that make them useful for martial artists?
Take a look behind the scenes at Logitech's headquarters in Switzerland to see how gaming mice go from concept to reality.
From wearables to in-bed gadgets, tech for sleep monitoring is getting smarter, but the devices' overall effectiveness varies.
Here are the most exciting startups of CES 2016, from companies with a high-tech take on health to those pushing the boundaries of virtual reality.
They're expensive and not as common as they used to be, but unlimited data plans give high-bandwidth users peace of mind. Are they still worth it?
Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey weighs in on what's next for virtual reality, including touch control, changing the way we communicate and the convergence of AR and VR.
Virtual reality is changing the face of entertainment. Hear from Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey and other experts on what's coming next.
From camera drones that follow you to fuel-cell power to GoPro's first drone, here's what's on the horizon (including FAA regulation).
Fitness trackers and smartwatches are just the beginning. The next big trends in wearable tech include health devices that you swallow.
The Surface is no longer the laptop-tablet combo to beat. Learn what's next for 2-in-1s, and for gamers looking for cheap thrills and VR fun.
Car owners are overwhelmed by new features, but innovations should drive away confusion, and autonomous driving is becoming a reality.
There are lots of things we can imagine but can't execute without a better battery, but world-changing power technology is coming soon.
Ad blockers are endangering the web's revenue model and over 230,000 jobs. Can users be convinced to unhide the ads? Will lawsuits help? How about anti-blockers? We look at five ways publishers are fighting back and whether they are working.
I stepped over from the dark side to see which premium streaming services are worth the monthly cost.
We measured the charge percentage of seven popular phones at various times and factored in battery capacity to declare a winner.
It's hard to determine exactly why expensive, powerful Android consoles exist, or to whom they're supposed to appeal.
HTC's executive director of marketing talks about the Vive's secret weapon against the Oculus Rift and the future of virtual reality.
Using PlayLater, you can take advantage of cheap software and free trials to get months' worth of video content. But how legal is it?
Exaggerated media reports about data breaches may scare people away from thinking they can improve their own personal security habits.
It will be an amazing year, with OLED, curved and bending screens, nanocrystal color, 4K/Ultra HD sets, smarter TVs, and even glasses-free 3D.