Apple unveiled a lot of new features during WWDC, but none was bigger than its privacy push.
Apple unveiled a list of new things during its WWDC keynote, but most of them were old news to Android fans.
A new feature in Google Maps highlights popular dishes with the help of user reviews.
New York City's OMNY contactless payment system goes live on May 31. Here's how to use it with your watch or phone.
Apple has unveiled the seventh-generation iPod touch with an A10 processor and a new 256GB storage option.
Fitbit has returned to its roots with the Inspire HR, a fitness tracker that nails the basics.
Mac and iOS app maker Panic has announced a new handheld video-game system called Playdate that has a black-and-white screen and a crank.
Amazon is reportedly developing a new voice-powered device that can read human emotions.
A leaked ARM memo reveals that it is halting all business with Huawei, which could spell disaster for Huawei phones and Kirin processors.
Google has fixed a G Suite issue that left some passwords stored in plain text on its servers.
Google has informed Huawei that it will be pulling its Android app and Play Store license, leaving the future uncertain for the both companies.
Google is reportedly pulling its Play Store and Android app license from Huawei due to pressure from the U.S., government, but that doesn't mean your Huawei phone is turning into a brick.
The ZenFone 6 isn't another forgettable handset from Asus. In fact, it might be one of the best mid-range phones of the year.
Amazon is selling the 10TB WD My Book for $80 and the 4TB WD My Passport for $55, nearly half off the previous lowest price
Microsoft has announced Minecraft Earth, a new AR game for iPhones and Android phones that will be in limited beta this summer.