Here's what happened when our fitness writer tested the Fiit fitness tracker 2.0, powered by Prevayl.
The much-awaited update to Runway's generative AI editing app can synthesize stylish, but often deformed, video clips from a text prompt.
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This start-up created a continuous glucose monitor to track blood glucose levels and improve your metabolic health. One fitness writer tested it for one month; here's her results.
Our initial impressions of the Fujifilm X-T5, the company's newest mirrorless camera for advanced amateurs.
Bayonetta 3 has fantastic gameplay and a stellar sense of style, but the graphics simply don’t do justice to the titular witch and her latest bizarre quest.
In God of War Ragnarök’s first few hours, you’ll find legendary armor, explore a lush overworld and square off with deadly Norse gods.
Pokémon Scarlet/Violet puts an open-world spin on a well-worn formula, and the results seem promising, with plenty of Pokémon to catch and three worthwhile narrative threads to follow.
The Mercedes EQS SUV might have a strange name, but it’s still a Mercedes in every sense of the word.
Xbox Game Pass subscribers will soon be able to stream hundreds of games directly to Samsung Smart TVs, and the technology looks impressive so far.
Splatoon 3 has something to offer new fans, with its intuitive gameplay and colorful design, as well as returning fans, with a handful of substantial new modes.
We explore Google’s Gmail client to highlight helpful features like snoozing messages, smart replies and the newly added ability to schedule your emails.
Norton Wi-Fi Privacy works exactly as advertised, but it doesn’t do anything you couldn’t do almost as easily for free.
Amazon Luna shows some promise as yet another cloud gaming service, but it’s pretty similar to what’s already out there.
Sonic Frontiers pits the Blue Blur against an open world with plenty of platforming challenges, but it’s an unusual genre for a Sonic game.
Metal: Hellsinger is a rhythmic FPS with an original heavy metal soundtrack. Tower of Fantasy is an expansive, colorful MMORPG. They both look pretty good.
I went hands-on with WrestleQuest and Vice NDRCVR at Summer Game Fest, and they demonstrated that publisher Skybound Games is willing to take chances on unconventional ideas.
Lego Brawls is a family-friendly competitive brawler, where you can customize your own minifig and duke it out with characters from a variety of Lego properties.
Star Trek: Resurgence feels just like an episode of the TV show, letting players experience the moral dilemmas and character drama inherent to the setting.
Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course pulls absolutely zero punches in terms of difficulty, but it’s worth the challenge to witness the gorgeous animation and inspired enemy design.
Street Fighter 6 offers both Modern and Classic controls, depending on how complicated you want your controls to be. Either way, the combos look great.
Innovation and luxury combine to make the new Genesis GV60 one of the most interesting EVs you’ll see this year.
Xbox Cloud Gaming is finally available on consoles, and it works extremely well. What does this mean for the future of Xbox?