Apple has quietly added the "performance management feature" to the iPhone 8 and iPhone X with iOS 12.1, but there shouldn't be anything to worry about.
Apple's new MacBook Air adds everything we want in Apple's ultra-portable laptop without messing with the classic formula.
Apple has unveiled the new iPad Pro, with slim bezels, no home button, Face ID, and a whole new philosophy.
OnePlus has unveiled its newest phone, the 6T, and this time it's being sold in carrier stores.
Google is forcing some Android phone makers to provide two years of security updates, but it's not as good as you'd think.
A new report outlines Samsung's plans for the Galaxy S10, which includes two new models at the low and high end.
Belkin's awesome heavy-duty 10-outlet surge protector is just $20 at Amazon today.
The Pixel Stand is a fine wireless charger, but only if you have a Pixel 3 and are willing to pay a premium for a Made by Google product.
Google is rolling out new settings in Chrome and other browsers that make it easier to manage and delete your search history. Here's how to find them.
The Fitbit Charge 3 is technically a fitness band, but it just might become your go-to semi-smart watch.
The LG V40 only just hit shelves but B&H Photo is already selling it for $750, or $200 off the list price.
Honor is back with the 8X, a low-priced, big-screen handset that just might make you reconsider spending all that money on a premium Android phone.
Invitations have gone out for Apple's October Mac and iPad event, but Ming-Chi Kuo is already predicting something better: an A-Series-powered MacBook by 2020. And that's the one I want.
Huawei's Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro are two of the best phones of the year, loaded with features and specs you can't get just anywhere. But here's why you probably don't want to buy one.