iPhone 8 and 8 Plus review: Change in small doses
They’re great choices for people who aren’t ready to forgo the home button.
View Strava workout maps in 3D thanks to Apple's ARKit
The Fitness AR app taps new iOS tools and Mapbox to place your activities on a virtual map.
The Morning After: Tuesday, September 19th 2017
There's good news, but not for Toys 'R' Us or Equifax
US Navy will use Xbox controllers to steer submarine periscopes
The controllers will replace a clunky and expensive joystick.
'Zone of the Enders' PS4 remaster adds PSVR support
Hideo Kojima's classic returns with 'Anubis Mars' in spring 2018.
'Neko Atsume' is coming to PlayStation VR in 2018
I have so many feelings.
Niantic's next AR game after ‘Pokémon Go’ may use audio cues
Because you look like a "doofus" when holding your phone up to play.
Apple slowly lets its 'TV' streaming app expand beyond the US
It's still not working properly, though.
August's latest smart locks warn if you left the door open
There's also a lower-priced lock and an upgraded doorbell cam.
Get a glimpse of the music behind ultra-hard platformer ‘Cuphead’
42 musicians, including a 13-piece big band orchestra and numerous soloists, did all those jazzy tunes.
Gmail finally turns addresses and phone numbers into links
It certainly took time, but at least the feature's now available.
‘NBA 2K18’ gets emergency patch to fix data-wiping Xbox One bug
It eliminated users’ progress, in-game currency and items in the online MyCareer mode.
What's on TV: 'Star Trek: Discovery,' 'Transparent'
Also: Jerry Seinfeld on Netflix, 'Marvel vs. Capcom' and 'Wonder Woman' 4K Blu-ray.
Toys ‘R’ Us has declared bankruptcy
Another victim of business heading online.
Red Sox reportedly cheated with a Fitbit, not an Apple Watch
It didn't need a high-end smartwatch to get the upper hand.
Pi can wirelessly charge your phone from a short distance
It can charge iPads too.
Facebook moderators were reportedly not prepared to catch Russian ads
They're trained to spot offensive ads or scams, not content influencing public opinion.
Verizon cutoffs mark an uncertain future for rural customers
If you don’t live in a big city, your internet connection is at risk.
Pepe the Frog creator battles the 'alt-right' through copyright law
He's using digital copyright to end the memes and get his character back.
'The Handmaid's Tale' wins big for Hulu at the Emmy Awards
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A Chinese tech giant tried to buy Spotify
The streaming music company apparently values its independence.
Advertisers are upset with Safari's new anti-tracking features
Apple, on the other hand, says it's for user privacy.
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The surprisingly lackluster rise of VR porn
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Artificial intelligence won't save the internet from porn
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Sex censorship breeds a fetish-focused social network
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review: Excellent, but still a tough sell
This is Samsung's best big phone yet, but it's not a huge leap forward.
Samsung Chromebook Pro review: One misstep spoils the show
It's close to the ideal Chromebook, but only if you don't value battery life.
Essential PH-1 review: A beautiful blank slate
There's a lot to love about the PH-1, but camera buffs should look elsewhere.