Thousands of popular movies and shows in a clean, easy-to-use interface, makes it well worth the $7 per month.
Duo is Google's answer to Apple's FaceTime, and the company swears that the video-calling app is totally different than Hangouts.
Pokemon Go has taken over your phone, the internet and our lives. Here's everything (and we mean everything) you need to know about the hit game.
Adobe has improved the speed of Flash and its integration with other CS3 apps, although flashy new features are few. Plus, Flash now works natively on Intel-based Macs.
DirecTV Now delivers an impressive mix of channels for the money, but people who prioritize a cloud DVR should look elsewhere.
Net Nanny's default setting filters fewer naughty sites than any major blocking package, but it's by far the easiest to customize and use. Unless you need CyberSitter's strict site filtering, go with Net Nanny.
Due in mid-2005, Apple's new Mac OS X 10.4 promises more than 200 features.
Take a good, hard look at Mac OS X 10.2 if you're adding a Mac to a Windows network--Jaguar's new tools can't be beat. But home users, beware the $129 upgrade price if you're not looking for networking options.
Using a fully customizable menu, you can now build your own beer for the PicoBrew Pico.
It inherits haze reduction and shake reduction from its big sister.
In addition to 4K, there are some interface tweaks and new guided edits.
Unless you're really into Photos or have installed the iOS 11 beta, there's no FOMO by passing on the public beta of Apple's latest OS.
Siri will try to read your mind, and you can pay your friends back in a text. Plus, AR is gonna be huge.
If you own a tablet with a good active stylus and you take a lot of notes, it's definitely worth giving MyScript Nebo a shot while it's free. But your mileage may vary.
Apple Clips is a promising movie editor for fast Facebook and Instagram-ready videos, and its captioning tools are fantastic.
With lots of new features, the LG Watch Sport and Style are the first to use the new software -- and it's promising.
Oreo doubles down on the nuts and bolts -- and speed.
It's not a perfect communications app on Day 1, but the integrated, all-knowing Google Assistant bot sets Allo apart from the messaging competition.