See the complete patch notes for The Division's major update coming out tomorrow.
During a weeklong trip to Asia, the president dined with chef Anthony Bourdain in Vietnam for an episode of "Parts Unknown" that will air in September.
The fourth entry in the series makes a strong debut, but falls short of Uncharted 3's record.
Get hands-on time with DICE's open-world free-running game early.
The BACTrack Skyn measures your sweat to determine blood alcohol content.
Instead of typing a password or PIN, Google's Project Abacus analyzes how you use your phone to automatically log you in.
Revive creator finds a way to bypass software ownership check.
The "Game of Thrones" title sequence goes to the science side when King's Landing, Winterfell and Mereen get replaced with beautiful time-lapse footage of mold growing.
Hermione, is that you? Emma Watson makes a brief appearance, but the live-action preview tantalizes more than it tells.
With revenue essentially flat, even the highly-valued Chinese startup looks to be suffering from consumer phone fatigue.
The carrier is cutting the number of installment plans it offers from four to two.
The network and studio are also working on guidelines for fan-made Star Trek movies so they don't infringe on copyrights.
We get into the idea of a DIY phone, debate whether we're trapped in a Google-Apple world and look at a feud between Tinder and 3nder. Also, Hodor.
Its electric underpinnings are built from the same stuff that boosts your mild hybrid's emm-pee-gees.
"Orange is the New Black" returns for its fourth season in June alongside the first three "Jurassic Park" movies. Find out what else is streaming in June.
Tossing a bunch of dry ice into a swimming pool makes for a spooky and viral YouTube video. Watch the sublimation in action.
You'll have to be wearing the VR googles -- OnePlus is giving away 30,000 of them -- to get to the order form.
The love of mobile data in the US should not be underestimated, according to a new wireless industry survey.
Its web site has a big teaser on it.
Enigmatic character Hodor, a man of only one word, finally got his backstory filled in, and a fan predicted the answer years ago.