LG's G6 will either cost $650, $672, $708, or $720, depending on which carrier you choose, and you may get it on March 30 or April 7. But there is a free Google Home in it for early buyers.
Oracle’s third quarter financial results continue to show that the company’s future is in the cloud. On Wednesday, the company reported massive growth in its software- and platform-as-a-service businesses, promising further gains as its customers do away with their data centers.
An unpatched command injection vulnerability could allow hackers to take over enterprise networking products from Ubiquiti Networks.
Upset that not enough users are blocking ads, Opera says it may switch its ad-blocking preference to being on by default.
Microsoft has begun a low-key promotion for the next Windows 10 feature upgrade with the release of this month's Patch Tuesday updates.
This mouse is a good alternative to a generic 2-button clicker for your PC.
AMD's Radeon memory business has slowed down, with fewer products available in the U.S. and no new product releases since the introduction of the Polaris GPUs.
During the first day of the Pwn2Own hacking contest, security researchers successfully demonstrated exploits against Microsoft Edge, Apple's Safari, Adobe Reader, and Ubuntu Desktop.
Netflix will bring HDR content to phones, and it's looking at creating phone-specific cuts of its videos.
Google will start shipping development kits for its Project Soli wireless gesture recognition technology later this year.
Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One can now transcribe speech-to-text or text-to-speech in Halo Wars 2.
This year promises a variety of activity trackers and wearables that aren’t your usual Fitbit gadget, including a device that detects radiation from nuclear power plants to a smartwatch that runs on body heat -- there's even a device that uses shock therapy.
Add one of these to your desktop to more quickly open programs, find important files, search the web, and more.
Looking to watch March Madness without cable? When it comes to live sports streams, not all devices and services are equal.
We now know Ryzen 5's prices (starting at $169) and release date (April 11). What we still don't know is the performance.