The price hike from $11 to $13 takes effect immediately.
It works with your always listening gadget, but also against it, all for your benefit.
The giants of tech can't be trusted—and we shouldn't have to trust them in the first place.
When it comes to a big heavy gaming rig, this absurd stuff kind of makes sense.
Why Cupertino is bracing for a drop in revenue.
GM has reportedly sold its 200,000th EV, which means the credit is due to disappear.
Project Soli's radar-based motion tracking tech now has the official mandate to use the radio spectrum it needs.
Glitter, fart spray, and live video of all of it.
Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead is stunning, sprawling, cruel, addictive, and free.
Maybe it's a metaphor.
You're boarding up a broken window, but your personal data is still inside that sketchy house.
There's one less competitor standing between Chrome and total domination.
A new way to evade those horrible robocalls? Fighting robots with robots.
After years in beta, Google's wireless service is launching for real and even coming to iPhones.
After delirium inducing highs this time last year, the climate-destroying cryptocurrency is at a 2018 low.
The legendary "classic" Raspberry Pi has reached the end of the road.
Mozilla has ranked a few dozen potential gifts by their dedication to privacy and, surprise, there are more than a few to avoid.
The successor to Vine, byte, is set to launch next year.
Sources say the practices to keep official injury counts low at Musk's company are unethically extreme.