The Verizon Motorola Droid Turbo is finally upon us, following today's announcement in New York City. The latest in this longstanding family of Android flagships brings leading hardware specs — including a Quad HD display and an enormous battery — and pairs them with one of three very industrial looking chassis designs. Essentially it's a turbo-charged Moto X, with all the software features of that device, along with some extra Zap-based trickery that's specific to the Droid line.
We'll have more Droid Turbo coverage in the near future. In the meantime, our hands-on photo gallery will give you a closer look at Verizon and Motorola's latest creation.
Zoom apologizes over security and privacy issues and freezes new features
Zoom has issued a public apology over several security and privacy flaws highlighted in its service. It has vowed to freeze new features for 90 days whilst it fixes them.
Aukey 26800mAh 65W USB-C battery review: My new go-to travel power bank
There's been a steady improvement in really big portable batteries with high outputs for us with laptops as they shift to USB-C, and the latest I'm relying on is the Aukey 26000mAh portable battery.
Bethesda won't be holding a digital E3 showcase this year
We have some unfortunate news to share (and no, it's not an April Fool's joke). Bethesda Softworks has confirmed that it will not be holding a digital E3 showcase this year. Instead, news about Bethesda games will be shared in different ways in the months ahead.
Interested in 5G and don't know where to start? How about here?
4G LTE is so yesterday. 5G is here with faster speeds for everything you do, and if you want access to the new wireless network, these are the 5G-capable gadgets you can go out and buy right now.