Need those AA batteries in a hurry, but can't leave the house? Alexa's Prime Now rapid delivery service can help.
Apple's new Clips app helps you make and share short, multi-clip videos.
Siskel and Ebert would be proud. Netflix is adopting a simple like/dislike format for user ratings and dumping the stars.
Just like Safari on iOS, Chrome has a read-it-later feature to bookmark interesting articles for your leisure time.
For $10 a month, Pandora Premium users get access to Pandora's popular radio services and a new on-demand catalog.
Viber's got a new feature for those who don't want their secret conversations uncovered by losing their phone.
Samsung's C27F390FHN curved 1080p display is on sale at CDW for $190, and it's got AMD FreeSync too.
Your Nintendo Switch's Joy-Con can power your PC gaming sessions too—with a little help from third-party software.
Opinions of the Nintendo Switch are torn between the console's strength and weaknesses.
It's a pretty solid Wi-Fi router with gigabit ethernet, beamforming, USB peripheral support, and remote access for well under $100.
Facebook videos from your news feed and profile are now available in an endless stream on Apple TV.
Twitter is adding more features to its anti-abuse tools as the fight against trolls heats up.
If you were signed out of your Google device on Thursday it wasn't hackers—just a Google hiccup.
You can get Apple's cheapest MacBook for even less at Best Buy right now.
AT&T is introducing its own unlimited data plan, but don't count on using your smartphone as a hotspot.