Favorite picks from gaming’s most exciting show in years.
Barnes & Noble extends the dirt-cheap deals it offered for Father’s Day
This may sound like a terrible plot from an episode (every episode?) of CSI: Miami. But it’s also happening every day in police departments across the country.
There’s a Facebook event this Thursday – our own Harry McCracken will be there covering it – but TechCrunch thinks it might already know what’s going to be announced.
It’s a shame, in 2013, that a company known for leading in so many other ways seems content to follow here.
PCMag has published the results from its annual test of mobile data speeds, covering 30 cities around the country.
Netflix says the multi-year agreement is its biggest deal ever for original first-run content and includes more than 300 hours of new programming.
While Google and even Sony have tried to launch their own smart-TV projects, I believe it will be Apple who shows the world how to make a smart TV
We aren’t used to seeing Apple products that are still evolving. But the next version of its mobile software may be one.
Apple says it received between 4,000 and 5,000 requests from U.S. law enforcement for customer data for the six months ended in May.
Google is launching Internet-beaming antennas into the stratosphere aboard giant, jellyfish-shaped balloons with the lofty goal of getting the entire planet online.
A WWDC debutante’s dreams go far beyond revolutionizing toy race cars.
The crowning feature of Nintendo’s Wii U is supposed to be its GamePad controller, but you wouldn’t know it from the games that Nintendo was showcasing at E3.