The Apple vs. FBI case isn't just about encryption. It's about preserving essential American freedoms. The FBI claims we must make a choice between privacy and security, but you can't have one without the other.
The iPhone SE is way more exciting that it initially looks. The screen may be small, but inside is as much power and ability as the iPhone 6S, and it may spawn a host of high performance, small screen competitors.
Where are all the new smartwatches? CES and MWC 2016 both passed without any major, splashy new announcements, so what's the problem? Some say it's an over reliance on high-tech specs, but the Apple Watch 2 and Swiss watch maker's lethargy…
Wearables are so difficult to get right, sometimes even old-school watch makers mess it up. The Cybertool is an Acer-designed smart accessory that will utterly ruin the look of your classy Victorinox Inox for just $100.
Netflix has surpassed 75 million streaming users, while HBO is struggling to crack 1 million, CBS couldn't reliable stream the Grammys, and Fox is desperately dangling $25,000 reward money for its users.
The Pixel C, while fascinating as a concept, was a generally underwhelming example of Google's efforts of bringing Android to PC. It's time for the Alphabet subsidiary to draw influence from a much less prominent brand.
Facebook board member Marc Andreessen is under fire for raising the issue of colonialism after India shut down its Free Basics Internet service for violating Net neutrality. We break down the idea of colonialism and the Internet.
With upcoming ARM64 and x86 support on Windows 10 Mobile confirmed in a Microsoft job posting, it's only natural to begin speculating the existence, and moreover, the marketplace viability of a Surface Phone.