The original NES console is back in miniaturized form with 30 built-in games, a controller that also works with Wii systems, and HDMI out.
Researchers wanted to find out just how little attention users paid to a service's terms of service and privacy policies. Not much.
Pokémon Go is less than a week old, but it's already caught the fascination of Android and iOS smartphone owners the world over.
Facebook Messenger now has an encrypted messaging tool, but it doesn't come close to covering all your conversations on the messaging platform.
Amazon is promoting a few minor tech deals today, but the big sales are still a few days away.
Facebook is tweaking the news feed algorithm again to put family and friends first, just like the company's news feed manifesto says it should.
Unicode 9.0 is here and it brings with it a side of avocado for your taco emoji moments.
T-Mobile's Domino's giveaway limit was no match for America's love for pizza.
If you have something to say in the comments of a Facebook post, but words, stickers, and emoji won't do the job, you can now let it rip with video.
Twitter's not to blame, but the company is taking action to protect users affected by the recent breach.
Uber just announced that its UberRush delivery service is now available to any business, and can be easily integrated into an existing website or mobile app.
LeakedSource says it has a database of more than 32 million stolen Twitter credentials. Luckily, checking to see if you're affected is easy.
Uber will give you a $2 rebate for its carpooling service when you arrive late in an UberPool car.
Instagram recently added sharing extensions functionality to its iOS app. Now, you can share photos from third-party apps directly to Instagram.
Amazon used to give you a refund, upon request, if the retail price dropped shortly after you purchased an item. Those days appear to be over.