Apple's new and bigger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are more durable than last year's model and a leading Android phone, a study says.
The new iPhone 6 also introduces many consumers to more contract-free options.
During a live television report, a man opened the iPhone he had just purchased and fumbled it.
Samsung says U.S. wireless carriers will start taking orders for its large-screen Galaxy Note 4 smartphone on the same day larger iPhones go on sale.
The new mega-selling video game "Destiny" is an ambitious project from the makers of “Halo,” but your goal is always the same: Go kill everybody. It's an unimaginative setback from "Halo," which at least provided compelling motivation for all the mayhem.
There's a growing list of major video games initially set to be released in 2014 that have been delayed until 2015. It's a frustrating trend that's prompting many players to bemoan the least fun game of all: The Waiting Game.
Apple Watch is the newest and most glitzy entry into the smartwatch world. But when we already have handheld computers that do an awful lot, does Apple Watch add enough to make you want to drop $349?
Motorola rolled out a circular smartwatch Friday, counting on a more traditional design to win over consumers who have so far shunned other computerized wrist devices.
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As “Murdered: Soul Suspect” ($60 for PS3 /4, Xbox 360 /One, PC; rated Mature) begins, detective Ronan O’Connor is thrown out of a window and shot to death in the street.
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In “Bad Words,” out Tuesday on home video, lovable everyman Jason Bateman plays a despicable misanthrope. Plus apps, gadgets and video games.
Parents love to hear about their kids’ lives. Kids, especially teens, don’t always love to share. St. Paul mom Stephanie Ross found a way around those frustrating exchanges with an app based on a dinnertime game.