Pokémon Go may not be as popular as it was a month ago, but it's still pretty ubiquitous. That's only going to continue in 2017, as one developer is porting the game, or an approximation of it, over to the Dreamcast visual memory unit.
VMware has unleashed free updates to its Fusion and Workstation software tools. All four now support Windows 10 Anniversary Update and Windows Server 2016, while the two updated Fusion products support next month's MacOS Sierra.
LG is using IFA 2016 to launch a trio of big ultrawide monitors, including a 38-inch behemoth, the largest ultrawide monitor ever produced. Its siblings including a gaming monitor with FreeSync, and a thin-bezel media display.
Germany's IFA in Berlin is one of the largest and oldest tech shows in the world. This year, we expect to see a ton of new devices from Samsung, Huawei, ZTE, Sony, Intel, Panasonic, and many more. Here's what's coming.
The latest PlayStation 4 "Slim" rumor is that it will have an updated wireless component supporting the 5GHz band, which should boost the wireless performance of remote play. Wired will always be the way to go, but the added 5GHz option…
Minecraft: Pocket Edition and Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition are being invaded by massive bosses thanks to an upcoming update that may arrive in October. This update will also include ocean locations where many bosses will lurk, waiting to…
New Kickstarter project EyeForce wants to beat the established giants of virtual reality by doubling the field of vision offered by headsets from Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Can it do it? Its creator sounds confident.
A database obtained from political site Infowars was leaked in 2014, meaning user info has been circulating in the digital underground all this time. The database includes a user's email address, username, and a "poorly hashed" password.
A security researcher at AVG has discovered a new ransomware dubbed Fantom. When downloaded, it looks like a normal Windows update but it's actually a malicious virus that encrypts your files and holds them for ransom.
Samsung is working on a sequel to its TabPro S tablet: the Samsung TabPro S2. There aren't a lot of details right now, sadly, but the device is coming. Here's what we'd like to see Samsung add in the next version.