The wearables battlefield is strewn with casualties
Rumors of TomTom's demise amid dwindling sales are a bad sign for a troubled category.
'The Emoji Movie' confirms it's the nightmare we all feared
Maybe don't use a classic novel about a terrifying dystopia to market your horrible movie.
Nintendo's solution for online voice chat feels half-baked
The company's Switch Online app is an inelegant solution for a problem that was already solved.
'Splatoon 2' is a cautious but excellent evolution of the original
Everything that made the original 'Splatoon' great is back, but so are its failings.
Why TV is Facebook’s next frontier
TV shows in your News Feed makes more sense than you'd think.
How Bandai Namco is (and isn't) changing 'Duelyst'
When indie goes mainstream.
Audi knows millennials will have to deal with self-driving boredom
Chances are, that time will still be spent on Facebook.
The internet needs us to save net neutrality
You have five more days to make a case for net neutrality to the FCC.
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