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This toggle button is surprisingly capable, but it can’t control other smart lighting systems.
The Q60R delivers Samsung's full quantum dot color experience and lux QLED features at an affordable price point. But there are trade-offs
With 5G expanding to more cities and more phones, we'll help you decide when to upgrade your 4G handset.
You can miss out on good sales on PC parts if you ignore Black Friday, but not every type of component is worth biding your time—especially this year.
The Logitech Adaptive Gaming Kit rounds out Microsoft's Xbox Adaptive Controller with a full set of mappable buttons and triggers of various sizes for gamers with disabilities.
Disney+ accounts are already popping up on the Dark Web, driving home why you should be using unique passwords for every site and service.
Google's game streaming service Stadia is occasionally exciting, often disappointing, and more than a little perplexing, releasing this week full of half-finished features and a subscription that serves barely any purpose.
One of our favorite SSDs is available at a great price for a ton of storage.
Amazon is selling the Fitbit Versa 2 for $150, 25 percent off the retail price and the lowest price we've ever seen.
Kingston's KC600 costs considerably more than bargain 2.5-inch SATA SSDs, but it's a much better overall performer.
But a quirky app, limited chime compatibility, and an expensive cloud-storage plan limit its appeal.
Lenovo's IdeaPad 6 14 packs a quad-core CPU and a full-HD touchscreen into a 2-in-1 form factor. Its battery and display could be better, but for just $500, you’re still getting a lot.
Intel reveals its first Xe chip for the datacenter, code-named Ponte Vecchio, which commits the company to 7nm technology in 2021.