We explore Google’s Gmail client to highlight helpful features like snoozing messages, smart replies and the newly added ability to schedule your emails.
The new iOS version of Opera’s browser makes navigating the web much easier on an iPhone XS Max or equally large handset.
What is the absolute best way to read PDF documents on a phone or tablet? One of the most popular apps is still one of the best.
A popular online streaming service offering all-you-can-watch TV and movies for free looks awfully suspicious.
Frustrated with how much time you spend on Facebook? Feedless can save you from endlessly scrolling through your feed.
Google Allo is a neat AI-powered messaging app that makes it almost too easy to make a conversation.
The new version of Linksys' Smart Wi-Fi app not only looks sleeker, but our hands-on testing found that it can keep an eye on your network and alert you if there's a problem.
Cortana makes voice commands more personal and accessible on Xbox One, but Microsoft's virtual assistant still needs some work to make a smooth transition from PC to console.
Norton Wi-Fi Privacy works exactly as advertised, but it doesn’t do anything you couldn’t do almost as easily for free.
Public is the latest app to try to capitalize in real-time messaging, but it doesn't do anything to differentiate itself from its competitors.
We test drive Google's Gboard keyboard for iOS, which lets you search for GIFs, emoji and links to share without switching apps.
New apps for PCs and Macs give users a new way to access WhatsApp on the desktop, but is the experience that much better than WhatsApp Web?
The Rock Clock is here to wake you up and give you all the motivation you need to stay awake, and no Snooze button
Text conversations can now be public entertainment with this iOS app, but you might want to wait until there's more people talking.
Microsoft's Word Flow keyboard could save your skin when you need to quickly and accurately bang out a message with one hand.
The latest version of Oral-B's Bluetooth-connected toothbrush adds a motion sensor to the handle and uses video recognition on your phone's camera to figure out where you're not brushing enough.
We go hands-on with Facebook's Live Video to see how it stacks up against Twitter's Periscope service.
The new GoPro integration for Periscope could make livestreams so much better and more interesting, but a few key bugs still stand.
YouTube Music is an expertly curated version of YouTube that makes finding great tunes easy, though its offline options are limited.
Here's what we like and don't like about YouTube Gaming, Google's answer to video game livestreaming giant Twitch.
After spending some time with the next version of Notes, we take a closer look at what you can expect from Apple's note-taking app when the final version of iOS 9 arrives.
BitTorrent's new Shoot photo sharing app is super easy to use and works well, based on our hands-on time with it.
We spent some time playing around with Google's newly unveiled photo management tool. Here are the features and facts about Google Photos that stood out.
We played with an update to the Ginger keyboard app for Android that lets you play games or scan news headlines while you're waiting to get a reply in your favorite messaging app.
Spotify's slick new PlayStation 4 app is just as robust and intuitive as its desktop and mobile counterparts.
Squirl is a new app that looks to connect readers, books, and authors by linking literary locations with their real-life equivalents.
Prototype technology from augmented reality company Metaio uses heat sensors to react to your touches
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