Console gamers have nothing to worry about. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version of Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin cost $60 -- that's it. For the PC version, gamers could pay anywhere from $20 to $50.
Parrot's Zik 2.0 wireless noise cancelling headphones have all the features you'd expect from a company that builds drones as its bread and butter. But are these feature rich cans a little too complicated?
A new report from a U.K.-based research agency specializing in children and young people finds that children ages 5-16 spend an average of 6 1/2 hours a day in front of a TV, video game console, mobile phone, computer or tablet.
Last month marked the addition of phones to the Windows 10 Technical Preview, but not many users were actually able to try it due to the small number of devices supported. The next build of Windows 10 will add support for many more phones.
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Smartphones give teens instant access to photos, videos and tweets. Now students at 10 New York City public high schools can pick up their phones to get immediate access to free mental health counseling, thanks to a new pilot program called NYC Teen Text.
Not sure what new music to listen to? We'll let you know what new tracks and albums dropping this week that are are worth using your bandwidth on. Up this week: Courtney Barnett, Action Bronson, and more.
Released over 10 years ago, Half-Life 2 is still revered as one of the best first-person shooters ever made. Half-Life 2: Update gives the game a visual refresh and fixes bugs, and it is now downloadable on Steam for owners of the original game.
How are you going to get through this week? By pulling up your favorite streaming service and queueing the finest films and TV shows available now. Up this week: Community, Dummy, Garfunkel and Oates, and more.
Microsoft may be planning to recover from Windows 8 with a new operating system that will support mouse, touch and voice input, expand and refine the Metro interface, and add a replacement for the much-missed Start menu. Here's what we've heard about Windows 9…