Grab your tech passport and travel with us to Berlin for the massive IFA consumer-electronics trade
With an ever-growing selection in the App Store, it can be near impossible to cut through all the cl
This free font integrates regionally appropriate Japanese, Chinese, and Korean language promises to be a boon to designers and developers.
Looking for a new game to play on your mobile device? Here's our pick of the best released in February 2014.
Parental controls for Android are finally here. The new feature is easy to set up, but don't expect to make use of it often (at least not yet).
An app pending approval for an iOS release lets you scan real-life objects and port them to Minecraft.
Toys "R" Us has its own Android tablet for kids, Amazon has a change of heart about lock-screen ads on the Kindle Fires, and T-Mobile will demo the iPhone in stores -- but won't be selling it.
The new device, with a sapphire-crystal display and pulse-tracking sensors, starts at $349 and will be available early next year.
EA says the newest crop of smartphones from Apple allow its teams to create console-quality games. Plus, it's looking into making games for wearables.
Everything (well, almost) you need to know about Apple's September 9 event, plus more smartwatches than you have wrists. All that and more in this week's rundown of tech news.
Researchers reveal a flaw in Android, iOS and Windows that lets hackers peer into Gmail, Chase and other apps. Also, Norton reduces its software line to one product, and Pebble gets score alerts with the ESPN app.