Our writer goes on an adrenaline rush-filled rampage in VR, trying out all the dangerous, deathly things she would never do in real life.
Last month, when the time came for me to upgrade to what I anticipated would be my fourth personal Android phone, I ended up with an iPhone 12 mini instead.
Intel’s grudge-filled anti-Apple ad was shady, but in recent months, there have been a host of other marketing campaigns that were far more savage than Intel’s prickly commercial.
Which PS5 should you buy? PS5 Digital Edition and the disc-equipped console face off in a battle to win gamers’ hearts.
If ever you needed an excuse to play more games and tuck into Apple Arcade, having to stay at home is a pretty good one!
The first Resident Evil terrified audiences with its expert blending of horror cinema tropes and cutting-edge gameplay and graphics. We look back at what makes it a classic.
Nintendo double charges your family members for Switch Online if they don’t turn off auto-renewal. Here’s what happened to me and how I got a refund despite their strict no-refunds policy.
With the Chrome OS 89 release, Google is building upon its plan to develop an ecosystem of devices, similar to Apple. Here's what you need to know about it.
From the Monkey Island series to Grim Fandango, the legacy of Lucusfilm Games and LucasArts is long, varied and critically acclaimed.
Apple isn’t the only company making audio improvements. The new buds from Google offer good audio, real-time translation and you get Fair Pair. But which pair of earbuds are the best in the land?
Here is a spec-by-spec comparison between the Spectre x360 14 and Yoga 9i followed by our declared winner and some thoughts about who should buy which device.
Our Senior Writer demoed a new game called “Wraith: The Oblivion — Afterlife,” which was her first foray into VR horror. Let’s just say she should have kept a barf bag on hand.
Esports may have made plenty of professional players millionaires overnight, but these bizarre competitive games prove that it may be worth investing a few more hours to get good at, well, anything.
Per Bergman, art director of the Little Nightmares series, gives us insight into why he still uses a 2016 laptop.
People are rightfully excited about Apple’s M1 chip, Intel’s 11th generation chips, and AMD chips in Chromebooks, but what about laptop design for the disabled?