The year 2018 has been a great one for iPhone games, so here's a dozen titles that mobile players should definitely check out.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has a bunch of hidden features that a lot people may find useful.
“Kingdom Hearts 3” fans have been warned about spoilers on social media and the game's director is urging them to not share any leaked videos.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 will have three variants, and the most expensive one could possibly retail for more than $1,750.
“Destiny 2” players will need to collect the right ingredients to bake specific cookie recipes.
Amazon also announced that free same-day shipping will be available to Prime members until Dec. 24.
The Huawei P30 Pro is also believed to come with a curved OLED display with a notch that has a "waterdrop" design.
Epic Games has announced that it will nerf the "Infinity Blade" sword in "Fortnite" battle royale.
Package theft is a huge problem in the U.S., so authorities have now teamed up with Amazon to address this.
These fraudulent Android apps have already been removed from the Google Play Store, so you should delete them from your smartphone as well.
The Geminid meteor shower will be visible in the night sky on Thursday and Friday nights.
The Week 2 challenges in "Fortnite" Season 7 offer a good mix of damaged-based tasks and some dancing.
Apple could move iPhone production outside China if tariffs hit 25 percent.
Google Photos will no longer let users upload unsupported video formats as part of its unlimited storage deal.
Adding games to the PlayStation Classic is apparently quite easy since Sony didn't include necessary security check in the system.
Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet are possibly returning to “Fortnite” next year.
Samsung has denied a report about its alleged plan to integrate a cold wallet for cryptocurrencies into the Galaxy S10.
Instagram Creator Accounts will provide influencers, celebrities and other high-profile personalities tools for tracking follows and filtering messages.
Samsung is finally ditching the headphone jack after years of mocking Apple for starting this trend.
Epic Games has removed all of the "Infinity Blade" games from the Apple App Store.