Prime Student gives college kids access to free shipping and a variety of other perks and discounts.
These are the best key finders and Bluetooth trackers for finding lost keys, wallets, phones or anything else that is easily misplaced.
South by Southwest is the latest tech event to be scrapped due to coronavirus fears. Here's a list of what's canceled and what's upcoming.
The LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen smartphone combines power, functionality and a little creativity to make an impressive device.
With a few simple tips, you can use Android's built-in digital mindfulness features to help your kid concentrate on the task at hand when they’re studying or finishing homework
Ahead of the Galaxy Fold's relaunch, Samsung has fixed just about everything wrong with its foldable phone.
With a Snapdragon 855 Plus CPU, 6,000 mAh battery and 120Hz display, the Asus ROG Phone 2 is the best kind of overkill for gamers.
Outside of CES, IFA is one of the biggest tech shows in the world. Here’s what to expect from this year’s event, which starts this week.
A Boston-area teenager found serious flaws with his high school's student-tracking software, but got suspended when he tried to report them.
The VivoBook 15 is a stylish, mainstream laptop that's as comfortable in the office as it is in a classroom
E3 2019 had a few heavy-hitting games, but many, many big franchises and upcoming titles were nowhere to be found.
From Watch Dogs and Final Fantasy to hot new tech from Microsoft and Sega, here’s the best of E3 2019.
With an estimated launch price of $499, AverMedia's Live Gamer Bolt is the world’s first 4K HDR external game capture box capable of capturing at 240FPS.
Computex 2019 proved to be a virtual smorgasbord of exciting new tech. From dual screens to keyboards with adjustable actuation, there was innovation hiding around every corner in Taipei this past week. Here are our top products of Computex 2019.
SteelSeries just announced the Apex Pro and Apex Pro TKL what may potentially be the most customizable keyboard s in the world.
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?