Konami's crazy-fast cyborg slasher from the Xbox 360 days is now available on Nvidia's Shield products.
There's a new app-powered security camera on the market, and its primary focus is being the simplest camera to install and use no matter where you are.
Google's latest big Nexus phone is finally available for everyone to pre-order, and here's where you do that.
League is focused on the parts of healthcare that suck for the user, and your phone is a big part of that process.
Nvidia has taken their game streaming service out of beta, and included a new name with the update.
Google pushed a big update to the once bland Chromecast app, turning it into a centralized hub for everything you'd want on your TV.
Most starter kits for the Internet of Things rely on local networking to get things done. Particle Electron is all about cellular access.
The series of issues affecting the Stagefright libraries hasn't gone away just yet. Here's what you need to know about the new issues and how to stay out of harms way.
The folks at SolarTab think you need a battery with a solar panel that disguises itself as a tablet in a case when not in use. It turns out they're half right.
Google has figured out a way to make quickly launching the camera a standard across all of Android, and manufacturers need to get on board right now.
If you're looking to get your kid something that's smarter than the average toy, we've got what you need!
While everyone is laughing at the normal camera in the Essential Phone, its 360-degree attachment is actually pretty decent.
No batteries, no external storage, and no wires. This is a 360-degree camera for people who don't like fussing with 360-degree cameras, with a single catch.
If your Echo is missing more words than you think it should, you may need to send Alexa to voice school.
I love astro-photography, and this little camera is going to make it so you can participate instead of simply gazing.
The most important part of the Daydream experience is the most difficult part to get, unless you go all in on Google's headset.
The Android Oreo statue you'll find in Mountain View is not the same as the Android Oreo statue you'll find in New York City.
For the past couple of weeks, I've been using USB-C exclusively for my mobile devices. Here's what I've learned.