In today's top stories, Motorola tries its hand at a foldable phone (and it's pretty cool). Also, Google's new approach to messages is kind of like Apple's.
The presidential candidate criticizes Facebook for sponsoring an event featuring Brett Kavanaugh.
The ride-hailing company is challenging the fine and says "drivers are independent contractors in New Jersey and elsewhere."
The scope of the investigation may be broader than previously announced.
The Acela comes with tilting technology so it can travel at high speeds around bends.
The $9.99 per month subscription, offering access to more than 300 magazines and newspapers, is part of Apple's services effort.
We finally get an updated MacBook Pro that should fix that sssssticky butterfly keyboard. Plus, it looks like Apple's AR glasses have been delayed until at least 2022, but there's new hope for the iPad Pro.
Today's major tech headlines include first impressions of Apple's new MacBook Pro, Google possibly offering checking accounts in 2020 and Disney Plus' big launch that included over 10 million sign-ups.
Carmack says he's transitioning to the role of "consulting CTO" at Oculus.
The social network releases new data on content it yanked between April and September.
A report by a very reliable source says the biggest Galaxy S11 will dwarf some of the Galaxy S10 phones. It'll even be bigger than the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Sounds crazy? Yes. Sounds like something Samsung would do? Definitely.
Google's eagerly anticipated cloud-gaming service is less than a week away. Here's what to expect.
Sublime suburban chariot
High on style and technology, the 2019 Volvo XC90 is an incredibly satisfying everyday crossover.