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Garmin's latest multisport watch is a bonanza of wrist-based navigation, data-tracking, and battery-saving features.
Amazon is clearing out Kindles, and there are some deep discounts on some iPhone alternatives this weekend.
Save your memories before you grab that new version of iOS. We explain how to back up to iCloud or your Mac (with or without iTunes).
Guest Megan Molteni tells us about gene-sequencing startup Nebula, and how its privacy practices could positively impact the way we share personal information on the web.
Picking the right iPhone has become increasingly difficult, but this breakdown should help you figure out whether you want an iPhone 11 or another model, where to buy a case, and whether it's a good time to purchase.
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
Your iPhone will get a software update this week, but you might want to wait for iOS 13.1.
The gaming app ecosystem is built on in-app purchases and ads. What happens when you take them away?
What Apple's A13 Bionic chip signals about the future of mobile technology.
The cord-cutting king's new streamers are smaller and faster, and its software now makes it easier for the indecisive viewers to find something to watch.
The so-called "post-petroleum" shoe joins the growing ranks of eco-runners.
Our time with the first Sonos speaker that has a battery and Bluetooth. Is Sonos ready for portability?
New models of Facebook's smart speaker plus camera start at $129, and offer improved tech to track body movements during calls.
The biggest update is a most welcome one: A redesigned display that always shows the time of day.
It’s not the best iPhone you can buy, but it’s an excellent phone for the price.
This year's highest-priced iPhone models use premium materials and have a brighter screen. But the real benefit is that three-lens camera.
3.5-mm audio jacks are endangered, but they're not extinct yet. Some of our favorite smartphones still have them.
A new class of apps can use machine intelligence to determine if your text conversations are imbued with hidden romantic sparks.
With these apps, your Apple Pencil might actually replace your *real* pencils.
The latest iteration of Fitbit's popular smartwatch is still useful, if flawed.