If it's new apps and games you crave, here are the top options out this week.
Plus Evolve and Killing Floor 2 go free for the weekend, Deus Ex and World of Warships get release dates, and those landfill E.T. cartridges sell for over $100,000.
Google desperately needs a foothold in China in order to see revenue from the large number of Android devices.
We do not need a smart razor. No, we don't. Stop, Philips, stop!
Don't be afraid to get rid of your cable. Streaming and download services will ensure that you don't miss any of your favorite shows or movies.
Want to add a new hard drive, speaker, or wireless charger? Just add another layer.
Would you ever think that a connected cooker would be pinging your phone? With Philips, that future is now.
Acer's new Predator 15 and Predator 17 notebooks sport a cool new cooling system.
Here's how bringing the Internet of Things into your home can help you keep danger at bay.
Some of these products are still in beta, while some aren't even available in the U.S. But we got to go hands on with them at IFA 2015.
The speaker gets its name from its water-resistant enclosure--you can even rinse it off under a faucet.
IFTTT's Do app for Android Wear brings more smart home controls to your wrist.
A LinkedIn-based intelligence gathering campaign has been using fake LinkedIn profiles to map out the professional networks of IT security experts.
Blackberry placed rivalries aside and purchased Good Technology as the phone maker moves further into the mobile security market.
Asus, Lenovo, and other PC makers are putting PC gaming hardware front and center among their hardware lineups. Why? Money, of course.
The 64GB edition is only $400, though you'll probably need to act fast before bargain hunters swoop in and carry this away.
Sling TV could support Chromecast and Apple TV before too long.
At 4K resolution, Apple’s smaller all-in-one would match the 27-inch 5K iMac in pixel density.
Microsoft can track your keystrokes, your speech, and more. Here are the settings to turn it all off.