Most Black Friday 'deals' aren't really deals at all. These tech deals truly are.
Fallout 76 is worse than we ever thought it could be, and after 30-plus hours and a stream of increasingly frustrating bugs we're calling it quits.
Google is offering all rentals for 99 cents this Thanksgiving, which is perfect for the long weekend.
Gordon unboxes the BV9600 Pro - a supposedly indestructible smartphone from Blackview.
It's been a long time since a Turtle Beach headset has impressed us, but the Elite Atlas's premium design finally did it—even if there are still some lingering audio concerns.
23andMe is the second-most popular DNA testing service in the world. Its large database of users and comprehensive DNA test make it our favorite DNA test.
AncestryDNA is easily the most popular DNA testing kit out there. We reviewed the kit and its service and were impressed with the results, services, and privacy controls.
The new Chromecast might not replace your Roku or Fire TV, but it is a nice supplement.
Lutron's lamp dimmer kit can be expanded with in-wall smart dimmers, not just additional smart plugs.
The weather's getting snowy and rainy, so your laptop needs more protection than ever. Luckily, now's a good time to buy a laptop bag on holiday discounts.
Black Friday is a great opportunity to pick up a brand new Android phone for a great price. Here are the best deals we've found so far.
Battlefield V just became the first game to support real-time ray tracing, so Nvidia's bundling the game for free with GeForce RTX graphics cards.
This year, you can put together a Ryzen-based, FreeSync-ready gaming PC for just $272—including Windows.
Microsoft uses FIDO2 security keys and your device's trusted protection module to let you sign into your Microsoft Account online without using a password.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, we want you to save money. These are the best Black Friday PC deals we've found—and the cheapest gaming rigs you can build around the discounts.
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