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Computer monitors, TVs, laptops, desktops, and even the Apple Watch are all on sale this weekend.
“Bikes” Calore makes a case for why everyone should bike more–and tells you the gear you need to do it right.
You have been invited to virtually attend Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's marriage this weekend. But frankly, you don't give a damn.
A group identifying itself as The Developers Union worries its members cannot earn a living by writing software built on Apple’s existing values.
Our kitchen gear expert gives you some points to consider when adding a new blade to your quiver.
Even if you’re not a cycling pro, this stuff will help you ride to work like one.
Here are 16 of the best graduation gift ideas for the newly-minted grad in your life.
Grab a discount on RAVPower's fast, beautiful wireless chargers until the end of May.
Between new apps like TapeACall and good old-fashioned hardware, there are plenty of ways to save key conversations.
Buying an iPad is more complicated than it needs to be, but we're here to help.
For a new console like the Xbox One X, this $100 discount is pretty amazing.
Curious consumers can now get one of Whoop's sports-tracking wearables, beloved by elite athletes, for a $30 monthly fee.
These cameras developed especially for pet owners let you check up on your dog or cat—and feed them treats—over the internet.
Google’s adorable, affordable home assistant device is now (almost) two for the price of one.
This week on the Gadget Lab podcast, we discuss Google's mind-blowing demo of artificial intelligence at its annual developers conference.
Amazon Prime's price increase kicks in today—but it's still a bargain for most people.
Bell Labs has teamed up with a group of resident artists to explore the emotional and social elements of machine-human interactions.
We compare the best 4K HDR TV media streaming devices from Roku, Google, Apple, and Amazon.
Can the trendy, expensive countertop air fryer outperform a simple sheet pan in an oven?
Google wants to unglue people from their phones. But like other wellness trends, "digital well-being" promises more than it can deliver.