Siskel and Ebert would be proud. Netflix is adopting a simple like/dislike format for user ratings and dumping the stars.
Google Home users got a surprise Thursday when their virtual assistants cheerily mentioned that the live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast” is opening in theaters this weekend. The ad has since been pulled.
From processor bumps to a new 10-inch model to a rebranded iPad mini, everything's about to change.
Sentient AI and super-smart robots are a long way off, but forgetting how to talk to other humans? That could happen soon.
The most prestigious computer company in the world has a top-of-the-line Mac that hasn’t been updated in three years. Where’s the innovation?
It's tax season. Here's a look at four online offerings to help you file with the IRS.
From black and white documents to color photos, envelopes, and even legal paper, the Pixma iP110 can print almost anything, but ink cartridges and the optional battery are awfully expensive.
Siri who? iPhone users can now ask Alexa to track a package or play a Prime video.
Plug in a Wemo Switch, download the free app, and start controlling your lights and appliances from anywhere in the world, right from your phone.
Inaccurate reporting may give the impression that the best apps, like Signal and WhatsApp, have been cracked. They haven’t.
Regardless of your home’s size or shape, Luma's WiFi system fills each room with fast, secure WiFi by customizing a mesh network for your home. Set network rules for your home and all of the devices in it. Keep your children safe by setting content filter ratings and monitor their online time.
Whether used for camping, trick or treating, or power outages, this lantern will provide up to 12 hours of bright omnidirectional LED lighting to see your surroundings.
Why the heck is Apple still making iPads?!
This year promises a variety of activity trackers and wearables that aren’t your usual Fitbit gadget, including a device that detects radiation from nuclear power plants to a smartwatch that runs on body heat -- there's even a device that uses shock therapy.
A couple of workarounds for selectively reducing the resolution of your photo imports.