Samsung has hinted that its long-rumored foldable phone will make its debut at its developer conference in November. But does anyone really need or want one?
Google has reportedly told Tom's Guide that it won't be making a Pixel Watch this year. That's probably for the best.
Amazon is running a huge sale on Philips Hue lights and bulbs, with many down to their lowest price ever.
Garmin has announced the Vivosmart 4, a sleek, full-featured fitness tracker to challenge the upcoming Fitbit Charge 3.
HTC has unveiled the mid-range U12 Life and there are two surprises: it's not coming to the U.S. and it looks a lot like the Google Pixel.
Google's new Wear OS redesign puts a new focus on fitness, Assistant, and simplicity.
Amazon is selling its 8-inch Fire HD tablet for $50, but a better model might be on the way.
LG has announced a pair of variants to the G7 ThinQ, including a version that runs Android One instead of its terrible UX OS.
Google just brought Allo's awesome selfie stickers to Gboard in the form of Minis. Here's how to make yours.
Apple is giving non-iCloud storage subscribers a boost to 200GB of storage for two months, but it's not as generous as it seems.
Now that you've had a few days to play around with the Galaxy Note 9, here are nine tips and tricks that will make you a master.
T-Mobile has divulged that hackers made off with some personal data in an attack on its servers earlier this week. Here's what the company is saying and how it affects you.
Amazon is selling the Anker Power Cube for $19.54, matching its all-time low.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has the most storage and RAM, and best screen that you can get in a phone. So why doesn't it feel more exciting?
Here's everything you need to know about the fine line between keeping your Google account private and destroying your favorite apps.