While you're confined to your home or stuck to outdoor activities away from large groups, these 10 tech products will help you stay healthy.
Tracking data from U.S. mobile technology and location data company X-Mode is being fed a mapping platform called Tectonix to analyze human movements during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The devices, reportedly made by a Chinese technology start-up called Rokid, are worn by security staff at Hongyuan Park, a part of the Xixi Wetland preserve in Hangzhou city.
With self-isolation, lockdowns and quarantines now in place in many countries across the world, video-calling has become the main way for people to communicate and socialize. Which app should you use?
Who would have ever thought we'd be talking about voluntary self-isolation? Well, that is (for now) the new normal. Here are 10—free and paid—streaming services to help you stay entertained.
Seventy-five percent of Americans are diving into the gaming platforms to not only blow off some steam but to play socially with games like "Fortnite" and "Destiny." Here are the top 10 best gaming headsets you can buy right now.
Build Legendary champions and Vanguards to help you win your "Teamfight Tactics" games. Here are the best team compositions and a cheat sheet to help you out.
The Nintendo Direct Indie World Showcase is the first Nintendo online presentation since the "Animal Crossing" Direct. Watch it here.
As the coronavirus outbreak empties offices, here are some of the best tech productivity tools for working from home.
It's not for kids anymore.
You kids may think your challenges are far greater than those other generations have faced. No, They're not. And here's why.
Experts say it's unlikely, but not impossible, that America will replicate the approach taken by China, which has taken full advantage of its surveillance apparatus and the murky use of "big data."
"Mario Kart Tour" multiplayer is almost here. Read our full gameplay impressions of the three main modes set to release very soon.
Several weather warnings are in place across the U.S.
"PUBG Mobile" update 0.17.0 is officially live with the Season 12 Royale Pass, the return of Hardcore Mode and more. Read the full patch notes here.
"Fortnite" update 12.10 is live, and it adds the Proximity Mine while bringing Llamas back. Get the latest patch notes here.
The WBC Diamond welterweight title is on the line when the two former multiple-division world champions collide in Frisco on Saturday.
The Petnet SmartFeeder—which lets users automate the supply of portions of food to their cats or dogs at home with the help of a smartphone application—has been blasted on Twitter by impacted owners.
"This was sent unintentionally during an internal test and there is no effect on your device. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused," a Samsung tweet said.
"Fortnite" update 12.0 is live with huge changes for Chapter 2 Season 2. See the new map and learn about the new locations in the patch notes.
Members of BTS will appear virtually to talk about different artwork featured in the 'Connect, BTS' exhibition series and the company is said to be discussing a possible BTS edition Galaxy phone.
The mobile application is reportedly being fed data collected by China's vast monitoring apparatus, which is known to retain large amounts of personal information on citizens.
Get ready to lose LP on your phone with "Teamfight Tactics Mobile." It's set to release sometime during the month of March.
"The cybercriminals behind this campaign can use the affected device to post fake positive reviews in favor of the malicious apps as well as perform ad fraud techniques," researchers said.