Learn about no-contract phones and whether it makes more financial sense to buy a phone at full price and pay for month-to-month service.
French startup FabZat lets players get a 3D-printed copy of the characters they control in video games.
With a new extension for its Chrome browser, Google will now let you perform Web searches using only your voice.
Android cameras will get a boost with improved post-processing, burst shooting and integration with developer’s apps.
The NPD Group’s latest report shows video game sales are up 17 percent as the public flocks to digital content.
Comedian Jack Vale pretends he’s psychic by telling strangers all he knows about them — culled from their online postings.
By 2017, your smartphone will be noticing certain things and taking action automatically on your behalf, according to research firm Gartner.
The VTV app brings viral videos from the Web to Samsung televisions based on what's popular on the Internet and what users like to watch.
The M-Go video-on-demand service recently came to Roku, and now it's on LG smart TVs. How does it compare to Netflix, iTunes and Amazon?
The simplified version of the Wii is coming out in the U.S. later this month for $99, but are the trade-offs worth the lower price?
You won't be able to compete with 'Call of Duty: Ghosts' players who've stolen the source code and implemented cheats and hacks.
The affordable VR headset will be released in a mobile version for Android devices, to be released around the same time as when the PC model launches next year.
The Japanese electronic giant announces that this year will be the last one they manufacture plasma televisions.
Watch a player use the Xbox One to jump between games and films, and Skype with friends, in this new video from Microsoft.
Missing 80s video games like 'Pac-Man' or the adaptation of 'The Hobbit'? Archive.org will let you take them for a spin via your web browser.