Apple Watch Series 4 reviews are here, PlayStation is getting in on the retro console excitement, and Tesla's legal woes over Musk tweets are far from over.
Apple releases a raft of software updates, Amazon plans a slew of new Alexa-powered devices, and a Japanese Entrepreneur makes a down payment for a trip to the moon.
US residents will see a test of the new "Presidential Alerts" system this Thursday. NVIDIA's ship date for its newest GPU line has slipped a bit, but iOS 12's arrival on Monday is still right on track.
Inbox is dead, but Jet.com is alive. The Bezos family is launching a $2 billion philanthropy fund.
Apple announces three new iPhones and two new Apple Watches and security researchers discover a security flaw that affects most modern computers.
Apple's own website has spoiled the company's iPhone and Apple Watch event, and Plex is pulling the plug on its cloud service.
Some last-minute Apple rumors arrive, Qualcomm's new smartwatch chip extends battery life, and there's a revolving door between Google Cloud AI and academia.
Apple and Trump spar over tariffs, Microsoft has announced the final support extension for Windows 7, and NASA is outlining plans to start building a small space station in lunar orbit.
The Pixel 3 is coming in October, while Alex Jones' Twitter account and Theranos are both gone for good.
The TSA plans to expand its quick 3D carry-on baggage screening; HTC Vive opens its store to Oculus Rift users; IMAX and DTS create a certification program for the best home theater experiences.