Plus: The Witcher 3 sells 6 million copies and Just Cause 3 wants to give you a real-life island. This is all the gaming news you need to know for the week of August 24, 2015.
There's a hint baked into the new Huawei Watch listings on Amazon about Android Wear compatibility with the iPhone.
Want to know how badly the Jets are doing for this upcoming NFL season? Let Cortana deliver the bad news.
Boeing's next generation compact laser weapons system is one step closer to the battlefield after it disabled a moving, untethered unmanned aerial vehicle.
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.
This missing add-in gives you one more reason to go all-in with Inbox instead of Gmail.
The new design is an effort to make it easier to discover and download more apps from the Play Store.
Consumer electronics companies are ready to rumble at Berlin's huge IFA technology trade show.
Here's how bringing the Internet of Things into your home can help you keep danger at bay.
Apple and Hewlett-Packard, among other organizations, will develop flexible, thin sensors that could be placed on uniforms and in the tight spaces on ships or aircraft.
Dell said its first-ever gaming monitor packs a previously unannounced second-generation implementation of G-Sync. Nvidia says nope.
Microsoft making Microsoft-published games like Fable Legends exclusive to Microsoft's digital storefront isn't an issue. Storage space is.
Want to know how to launch Cortana or open the Action Center without taking your hands off the keyboard? This list will show you how.
Developers, developers, developers.
Hope you weren't holding your breath for a Blu-ray-less Xbox One, because Phil Spencer says it ain't happening.
After saying the Vive would launch in time for the holidays, HTC and Valve now say availability for the headset will be very limited until 2016.