Sega celebrated its 60th anniversary with a big announcement.
The Amazon Luna streaming service is using a bit of web ingenuity to offer a hassle-free experience on iOS.
A six-seater aircraft powered by a hydrogen-cell system recently completed a flight in the U.K.
The Amazon-owned security camera company has an ambitious new home security camera.
The social media platform is taking steps to enhance security behind the scenes after hackers managed to phish employee credentials.
Amazon is taking on Google Stadia and Microsoft xCloud with an low-priced new video game streaming platform.
Several major companies have come together to take on Apple's controversial App Store policies.
Nvidia has apologized in advance for any troubles that gamers might have acquiring it high-end new PC gaming GPU, the RTX 3090.
TikTok has pleaded with a judge to prevent the upcoming removal of the app from U.S. app stores.
Amazon has denied any affiliation with a smart exercise bike that claimed to be co-developed by the e-commerce giant.
The new COVID tracker for Google Maps is rolling out on mobile in the coming days.
The Galaxy S20 FE is here for consumers looking for a cheaper smartphone option amid economic downturn.
A new version of the K-pop sensation's "Dynamite" music video will debut in the massively popular video game.
The company chose to settle an Illinois lawsuit accusing it of illegally storing the "face prints" of users.
The company well-known for its budget-conscious security gadgets is expanding its footprint.
Major platforms like Facebook and Instagram are providing users with a wealth of information about voter registration and state election rules.
Microsoft has clarified its current stance on ZeniMax games continuing to release on systems beyond the Xbox and PC.
A new lawsuit alleges that the company has failed to address the stress and trauma that comes with moderating hundreds of graphic videos a day.
The event will see Tesla unveil advancements in battery technology - but the hype may need to be dialed back a bit.
Consumers have largely balked at the niche streamer since its launch just six months ago, and the company is now considering a possible sale.