Plus: a new Conan-based survival game and a trailer for Dying Light's massive "expansion."
Boeing's newest airplane, the 737 Max, completed its first test flight on Friday. It begins a testing program that, barring any problems, should see the first 737 Max delivered to launch customer Southwest Airlines in 2017.
Check out the week's biggest Android app and game releases.
The 'Smart Suggestions' service now works with 30 different languages, enabling more users to quickly add new events.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission said Thursday that broadband networks are growing too slowly to meet the country's needs. A startup called Starry launched this week promising to roll out broadband faster using wireless, but the track record for companies doing that isn't good.
Microsoft updated its OneNote notetaking software on Friday, releasing a handful of updates primarily aimed at improving the experience of using the product on the Mac.
Plugging high-end gaming desktop hardware into a laptop may be a crazy idea, but CybertronPC has pulled it off.
Apple's online store is currently selling iPads at a discount. The catch? They're refurbished. Should you buy one? We say yes.
Welcome to our new long-form video show. In our very first episode, Gordon Mah Ung, Florence Ion and Jon Phillips dig into Surfacegate, incessant mobile device leaks, and teeny-tiny phones.
Now that "data scientist" has been named this year's hottest job, it's only natural to wonder if you've got what it takes to fill it.
Anemic guns, shoddy platforming, and a mountain of bugs make Bombshell hard to recommend.
Cisco Systems has released security patches for flaws affecting a wide range of products, including for a critical vulnerability in its RV220W wireless network security firewalls.
Due to the limitations Apple puts on third-party web browsers for iOS, Chrome and Firefox effectively can't offer Do Not Track on the mobile platform.
This is Verizon's Super Bowl command room -- a temporary, purpose-built nerve center in the shadow of Levi's Stadium that pulls in data from permanent and temporary base stations to ensure the network keeps running.
ASRock and Gigabyte already have fixes available to stop Skylake systems from crashing while running complex workloads
More than 100 engineers will make sure the tweeting, sharing and streaming works without a hiccup
It won't run apps, but you'll look very stylish receiving incoming call alerts.