Jon, Melissa, and Gordon talk about the new iPhone, the PlayStation 4 Pro's 4K claims, and whether ditching the analog jack was courageous.
Plus: Interplay's up for auction, Shadow Warrior 2 decapitates dozens of people, and The Walking Dead Season 3 targets a release date. This is gaming news for September 5 through 9.
Intel has many disparate business units doing their own thing. The challenging task of tethering them is a top priority for Intel's second-in-command, Venkata Renduchintala.
They say you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but a new imaging system from MIT can see right through the cover and read the book while it's still closed.
Microsoft's Bing Predicts search engine has published its picks for the first week of the NFL Football season. Here they are.
SnapPower is designed to look like a standard outlet cover by day with beautiful LEDs that provide ambient lighting at night. A plug-and-play replacement for standard plug-in night lights and hardwired lights.
Project Fi's app APK strongly suggests that Google is expanding its wireless service to include group and family plans.
In the market for a new video card? These are the best graphics cards that PC gamers can buy today.
Forget about open standards for cable boxes. The Federal Communications Commission says all we really need are more apps.
The U.K. government has published a report on the staggering scale of surveillance in the country last year.
You may not have your new iPhone yet, but iPhone 7 cases and screen protectors are live on Amazon and several models are significantly discounted. Here, we round a few up for you.
Sling TV's new Windows 10 app features Live Tiles and Cortana support.
The Xen Project has fixed four vulnerabilities in its widely used virtualization software, two of which could allow malicious virtual machine administrators to take over host servers.
Google now lets you add Chrome extensions to your PC remotely from any smartphone.
Here's what you need to check out on the Play Store this week.