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Razer’s $699 Android phone for gamers is now available from the Microsoft Store in the United States and Canada.
Twitter is making writing long threads easier with its upcoming tweetstorm feature, but there are a couple of quirks.
Save up to 65% on Xbox games, and get Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass for only $1 for the first month this Black Friday.
Apple's HomePod has been delayed and it will not arrive until sometime in 2018.
Last night, I finally received the update that Google rolled out to address some Pixel 2 XL display issues.
Apple's AirPods are great if you want average-sounding headphones in a convenient package with lackluster gesture support.
Apple today released iOS 11.1.2, which fixes unresponsive iPhone X displays in cold temperatures.
There is only one Android smartphone maker that has picked up Google's discarded Nexus mantle and run with it: OnePlus.
Windows 10 Redstone 4's latest build brings shape-writing to the full fledged touch keyboard, and more.
OnePlus' new flagship is here with slimmer bezels, goes on sale next week for $499.
Apple's iPhone X came out nearly two weeks ago, and although many of Microsoft's apps are yet to support the new device, Outlook is rolling out support for the iPhone X today.
SmartDeploy is software that takes the pain out of deploying images and in this Real Field Review, Brian Wherry shares his experience using the software in the field.
These days, anything you say will infuriate someone. Case in point: Satya Nadella and a joke about an iPad.
Microsoft's new Surface Book 2 takes everything that was wonderful about the original model and cranks it up to 11.
The new Surface Precision Mouse offers useful innovations and is more ergonomic than other Surface-branded mice.
Windows Mixed Reality headsets are getting SteamVR support later today as an early preview, but don't expect to get the best experience just yet.
I've long argued that Android fragmentation is a Red Herring since it doesn't negatively impact anyone in the real world.