Warner Bros and Jam City are bringing a Harry Potter RPG to mobiles in 2018.
Fitbit Coach will have free and premium tiers of workouts to sweat through with your console.
This would allow considerably more freedom for Android app installation under Chrome OS.
The photo-sharing site is branching out into the written word and taking the fight to Snapchat.
Seoul Dynasty has got off to a perfect start to the season, and is currently top of the league.
A new flaw in iOS means your phone or Mac can crash from a single iMessage, but there's a reason it shouldn't happen to you.
Sculpt Fiction I've enlisted a little artificial assistance to help edit my first draft – and it's harsh.
We may have just seen the first real photos of the Moto G6 Plus and they look convincing.
Updated Ditch your Windows and dump your Mac – it’s time to explore another operating system.
Apple CEO Tim Cook addressed concerns over iPhone battery woes by promising a solution in the next iOS update.
The M2 is the company’s first attempt at a soundbase after two successful soundbars.
Samsung’s Notebook 9 Pen has an attractive design and built-in stylus – too bad it can easily get stuck.
Updated The Google Home Max has good reason for its mighty size and price: it’s smart, powerful and just plain fun to use.
A solid and versatile device that delivers in places, but is let down by some poor decisions.
Sony ups the UHD ante with this flagship 4K Blu-ray player with audiophile aspirations.
The Honor View 10 has the specs and features of phones that cost far more, and there's little in the way of a catch.
Updated Worried about the latest security flaws hitting Intel and other CPUs? Here's what to do.
We show you how to choose your subjects, set up your camera and how simple but effective adjustments in Photoshop can make your images stand out.
Capture the action using Windows 10's own screen recorder, your web browser, or free desktop software.
In Depth Facebook's Messenger app is getting smarter and more fun all the time – here's how to get the most out of it.
Use PowerPoint Online to make a great-looking calendar with your own photos and all the year's most important dates.