Just when you might have caught up on the deluge of major games that came out over the last few months, Microsoft has announced another round of free Games with Gold for January.
Meizu, a Chinese smartphone brand, has announced the M1 Note. Designed to take on the popular Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G, it has iPhone 5C looks, a very strong feature list, and a surprisingly low price.
Instead of forcing your tech-challenged grandparents to load up the frame with new pictures themselves, Pigeon lets you and your family update the pics remotely via smartphone.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi may be preparing to launch its next flagship mode, known as the Mi 5, very soon. We've gathered together all the news and rumors on the device to keep you up to date.
Expecting a quadcopter from Santa this holiday season? If so, the FAA wants you to watch its new safety video that contains some useful advice designed to keep you out of the national news in the coming days and weeks.
When Sony said last week it had "no further release plans" for The Interview, President Obama called the decision "a mistake." A new poll appears to confirm that most Americans agree with him, though the studio is apparently now reconsidering its position.
Prince Harry of Wales flew to Lesotho to check up on his Sentebale charity, and while there, he took several eye-catching black and white photos. But is the prince a natural-born photographer, or a marketing opportunist?
Ford has officially unveiled the Shelby Signature Edition Super Snake package for 2007-2014 Mustang GT500s. The engine, a 5.4-liter V8, is equipped with a Kenne Bell supercharger and produces 850 horsepower.
Feeling a little lonely? Now you can talk to your Chromebook. Google is adding its 'Ok Google' voice search feature, first popularized by Android, to the Chrome OS development channel.
The Aston Martin driving experience lets drivers tackle a one-mile ice course carved in 10 acres of snow. The February event will mark the second time Aston has held the experience in the U.S.
Google gave itself and lazy people everywhere an early Christmas gift in the form of a fully-operable version of the self-driving car prototype it unveiled earlier this year. Testing is set to start soon.
Rhapsody has unveiled a holiday promotion for its Rhapsody Premier subscription music service offering three months of use for $1.
As surely as the sun will rise, so will the internet produce parodies of the trailer for Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens, such as this one made in Grand Theft Auto V.