If you can't afford a Final Fantasy Audi, you can at least take the game's four heroes with you in speaker form.
From voice-assistant smart speakers like Google Home to a printer that brings your photos to life with augmented reality, these are the top tech buys for your home this holiday season.
Commentary: California police are concerned about a series of burglaries at pharmacies. So they take technological action.
Plans are in the works to use drones to help to improve Apple Maps. Apple comes clean about the iPhone 6S battery issue, and AirPods could be coming in the next few weeks.
Andrew and Katie discuss Nokia's upcoming Android phones, Ofcom's battle with BT and what happens when you go to an all-night cat rave.
This holiday season, the hottest toys are blending nostalgia with tech. Artificial intelligence and gesture control reinvent classics like Simon and Hot Wheels.
From the Cheapskate: This surprisingly fun flier is also about as portable as they come.
Bandai is set to catch your hearts, and some Dragon Balls, with this special collector's item.
Chromebooks! TVs! Earbuds with glowing LED cords! It's Monday madness! Don't miss these deals! Ahhhh!!!!
Ever wonder what lurks inside the original Furby and the brand-new Furby Connect? Luckily, the YouTube channel What's Inside opens him up so you don't have to.
Technically Incorrect: For some people, it's a tradition to go to the mall on Black Friday and film their fellow humans fighting over bargains.
Proposed laws might mean there's a lot less porn for the UK, but we'll at least be able to watch what we have on fast fibre connections. Andy presents a shorter episode of the week's tech news.
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The tiny $60 Nintendo entertainment system is currently sold out in most places, but you still may able to snag one...eventually. Here are the places giving gamers hope, and those that have shut down sales.