The best new show on TV packs a ton of punch into its dialogue and story.
It shouldn't be news that iPhone apps spy on you. That's how they make money. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do about it.
When it gets underway June 3, Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference could mark the start of some big transitions, particularly for Mac users.
WWDC may be aimed at developers, but if you care about Apple’s products, next week’s conference is still a big deal.
AT&T's 5GE network is nothing like 5G, and in fact falls short of rival carriers' LTE networks, based on testing.
The U.S. government won't let American companies do business with Huawei. But it still won't say exactly why.
By ending the Works With Nest program so abruptly, Google is alienating both consumers and smart-home companies. Update: No longer!
The Galaxy Fold breaking is a huge problem for Samsung, but it also casts a shadow over the entire foldable phone category before it gets off the ground.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is an impressive phone. But as the most expensive OnePlus handset yet, the upstart phone maker is leaving some users behind.
The OnePlus 7 Pro provides gobs of power, a great display and a pop-up selfie cam, but the cheaper OnePlus 6T is still the better value for most people.
No microtransactions; no enforced tedium; no required Internet connection: Dragon Quest may be as good as Android/iOS games get.
The newly unveiled Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL are appealing phones with killer price tags. But they face the same problems that have plagued other midrange smartphones.
Google's Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL aren't just good-looking phones for the money. They are true threats to the Galaxy S10e and iPhone XR.
As iPhone sales continue to fall, services are starting to take over, and that is forging a new Apple.
Privacy figures to be a big topic of discussion at the upcoming Facebook F8 conference. But does Facebook have any credibility left after so many public blunders?
As OnePlus eyes a slice of the premium smartphone pie, it'd better not lose sight of the ethos that made it such an exciting up-and-comer in the first place.
The Galaxy Fold’s delay and screen issues are a big setback for the category, but it should not be a death knell.
Without the influence of 'Babylon 5', 'Game of Thrones' might not exist as the cultural phenomenon it is today.
I like Android phones. But when most friends and family ask me what phone to buy, I tend to recommend the iPhone over Android. Here’s why.
After a weekend of testing Verizon’s fledgling 5G network in Chicago, I came away with some impressions about the early days of this new networking standard.
The tiny Palm has been reissued as a standalone phone with slightly improved camera and battery life. So what?
Apple's credit card won't reinvent the finance industry. But that's not necessary for iPhone users to embrace Apple Card.
Nintendo is expected to update its Switch console with not one, but two new models. Here's what we want the company to add.
Asus' security woes are partly of its own making. The company's lame response is a lesson in how to fail in dealing with security fails.
Apple’s first credit card solves a lot of pain points and delivers easy-to-understand rewards. But it also changes the company’s relationship with its customers.
Apple just announced a bunch of shows and movies it's releasing on Apple TV+, but left off a lot of important details.
Apple is reportedly saving its best AirPods features for next year, which is why I’m skipping AirPods 2.