We get intimate with the colorful iPhone XR, which features a big screen, wireless charging and an excellent camera.
Move over, Micro-USB. The USB Type-C standard is here, faster and (best of all) flippable -- so you can plug it in right the first time, every time.
Apple no longer sells the iPhone X, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't protect yours if you have one.
The newly reedited and toned-down version of Deadpool 2 has a couple of new post-credits scenes to look forward to. Warning: spoilers ahead.
The plaintiffs are seeking class action status.
Need some protection for your new iPhone XR? Here's a bunch of top cases to check out, all of them compatible with wireless charging.
Spidey's co-creator offers some advice from beyond the grave.
Marvel adds more Spider-people and meme moments to the mix. Warning: spoilers incoming!
Here's what you're missing.
We look back on the Galaxy evolution over the last nine years.
For when you want that groovy countdown effect.
The Audiophiliac gets smitten by Kinter’s flyweight K2020A+ amp that costs and weighs next to nothing.
High-end cars, watches, planes and clothes prices have all gone through the roof. Now the high-end audio market is ready for the $250,000 Dan D’Agostino Relentless amplifier.
Samsung's latest Note has even more to reveal.
Take a closer look at the 40mm and 44mm models in steel versus the Series 3.
Ready to jump into the world of online dating apps? Here's the best place to start.
This little black cut-out on top of the screen may look like an eyesore, but more and more phones are jumping on this trend.
A look at some of the photos I took with Apple's newest iPhone (and a test of Portrait Mode's limits).
"By design, Signal does not have a record of your contacts, social graph, conversation list, location, user avatar, user profile name, group memberships, group titles, or group avatars," Joshua Lund, a Signal developer wrote. "The end-to-end encrypted contents of every message and voice/video call are protected by keys that are entirely inaccessible to us. In most cases now we don’t even have access to who is messaging whom."
Lund is referring to a recent law passed in Australia that will fine companies that do not comply with government demands for encrypted data up to AUS$10 million.
More and more phone companies are eliminating the headphone jack -- here are the phones that waved goodbye to the audio port.