Google's Android engineers held their annual Reddit AMA yesterday. Here are the coolest things we learned.
The Eu has levied a record-setting $5 billion fine on Google over its bundled Android apps. Here's why Samsung stands to gain the most from this decision.
Apple finally boards the 8th-gen Core i7 train, and we already know how fast the 2018 MacBook Pro 15 will be.
Apple is finally refreshing the MacBook Pro line with 8th-generation (Coffee Lake) Intel CPUs, and everything is about to get a whole lot faster.
Microsoft's new Surface Go has its sights squarely set on the iPad. But is it a real competitor to Apple's tablet dominance?
Samsung has warned that its latest quarterly report will show a year-over-year decline in sales, due to less-than-stellar S9 numbers. That could spell trouble for all premium Android phone makers.
DirecTV Now, Sling TV, and PlayStation Vue are raising prices, but don't call it cable all over again.
In this special episode of The Full Nerd, the lesser half of the crew hashes out which of Gordon's opinions are wrong, the elements of an ultimate battlestation, and what goes on behind the scenes of the show.
Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich stepped down after it was disclosed that he had a consensual relationship with an employee, which is against Intel policy. We consider his legacy and whether his replacement will follow the path he set, in AI, communications, and memory.
Amazon’s Echo had a long head start with Vivint, but this is the first time the service provider has included smart speakers in its packages by default.
Garmin's new music-centered Vivoactive 3 smartwatch is a perfect example of how far behind Wear OS is.
The long-delayed DIY home security system costs $199, with optional professional monitoring for $10 per month.
A new report from DigiTimes suggests that the 2019 iPhones will dump the Lightning cable in favor of USB-C. Here's why there's no chance of that happening.
We've gotten to the point where BlackBerry's QWERTY keyboards aren't cute or kitschy anymore, and they detract from the things BlackBerry actually does well.