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Logitech's education-targeted keyboard case and stylus work with the newest iPad but have features anyone would like.
More searchable, readable privacy and security settings
The WatchTV bundle will come with 31 channels and cost $15 for non-AT&T customers.
We pit two of our favorite Android phones against each other to see which one's the better buy.
The astronaut beat the selfie trend by decades with the 1966 photo.
Review: After starting with a bang, Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin can't stop Sicario 2 fizzling out.
When it's completed, the performer will likely be less lonely in his own city.
The four-week long pass will let players level up for exclusive rewards not available in the in-game store.
You've probably already guessed that the TIE Fighter would have bad aerodynamics, but the sleeker X-wings aren't much better off.
Leaders across Silicon Valley called the policy "cruel" and "heartbreaking."
One rover on the planet's surface is down while another presents a unique opportunity for science.
The prices range from $4.99 to $29.99 in exchange for exclusive content.
Superheroes, monsters and Star Trek drag queens invaded Denver Comic Con 2018. Here are photos of some of the best cosplay spotted at the pop culture convention.
The California State Assembly had a proposal with the strongest net neutrality laws ever. But key amendments have "mutilated" the rules.
Move over, Space Force.
The company's adviser responded with "Womp, womp" when hearing about the 10-year-old, who was separated from her family at the US-Mexico border.
News site allegedly told you how to reach the architect of Trump's "zero tolerance" immigration policy.
The online relationship behemoth, which owns apps like OkCupid, Match and Tinder, has added another platform to its ranks.
China classifies videos of people doing things like crinkling paper and eating ice as porn content and bans them from streaming sites.
Disney really, really didn't want to let Comcast have Fox.