After years of being told we cannot—and should not—clean our phones with disinfecting wipes, Apple now says you can.
Many companies are encouraging employees to work from home—or at least be prepared to do so—because of the spreading coronavirus. Time to update your tech!
The $1,400 Galaxy S20 Ultra goes on sale March 6 with a camera with unprecedented zoom. We got a private eye to help us test it.
Is the latest foldable phone trend a gimmick or a godsend? It could be a little of both.
Samsung’s latest are the first mainstream 5G phones, but don’t buy into the 5G hype yet.
Highly entertaining videos, easy-to-create memes and very smart AI make TikTok almost impossible to put down for teens—and adults, too. Be forewarned!
Netflix lost the ’90s hit in the streaming wars. It won’t reappear on HBO Max until May. In the meantime, fans unearth old tech and hack European feeds.
Hearables will rise. Unicorns will retreat. And you might get excited about the iPhone again. A look at the priorities—and concerns—for the year ahead in technology.
Ten years ago our phones had physical keyboards and no apps, and Uber was just a fancy German restaurant. Here’s how technology moved us into a new world.
Google Pixelbook Go, Apple MacBook Pro and Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 have figured it out: Quiet, well-spaced keys make a better laptop.
Americans are willing to spend $44 monthly on streaming, on average, for 3.6 services, but 47% of U.S. consumers are frustrated by the growing number of subscriptions and services required. These rules can help cut through the confusion.