We go hands-on with DJI's newest addition to the Phantom family, the Phantom 4, which features obstacle avoidance, a brand new design, and numerous intelligent navigation capabilities for $1400.
I wanted the "Wow" factor for the Apple Vision Pro, but all I got was a "Why?"
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In the quest to automate everything in the home, Jalousier is launching a new module with sensors, a wireless connection, and a nifty app designed to integrate your window blinds once and for all.
While Microsoft says its new reporting metric is more transparent than ever, the way that Microsoft reports its Xbox numbers could spell trouble for the platform, fans, and developers.
We recently attended the Xbox Spring Showcase in San Francisco to get our hands-on a new free Forza game, Quantum Break, Minecraft with VR support, and more coming to Xbox and Windows 10 this Spring.
Step into the time altering world of Quantum Break, a cinematic first person shooter where an accident breaks time and you are in a fight to fix it. I go hands-on and give my first impressions.
If you ever wanted to experience Forza without spending money, you will get your chance with Forza: Apex which will offer 63 Forzavista cars and many of the same features as the full Forza games.
Along with coming to Windows 10, Killer Instinct is getting a fresh graphical makeover along with three new states. I go hands-on with some of the new characters from Halo, Battletoads, and more.
Vampires, blueberries, and Electrobots oh my! Rally your friends and go on an adventure to save your world from imminent apocalyptic doom in this hilarious turn based strategy game.
I go hands-on with a future version of Minecraft featuring support for the Oculus Rift VR headset. Watch me battle monsters and explore the blocky terrain through a new perspective.
Marking the reintroduction of Porsche into the world of Forza, I got to drive a 918 Spyder in an incredibly immersive simulator that steered me away from ever wanting to drive one for real.
Microsoft's Garage program just cranked out a new app that allows you to identify dog breeds which just a picture, along with fun information about them, and what type of dog you might be yourself.
If you have been eager to jump on the quadcopter train, but have been waiting for the perfect one, the Parrot Bebop might make the cut with great battery life, small learning curve, and sharp camera.
Why stop at making America great again? Let's make everything great, starting with Python. It's getting a fresh makeover inspired by the Trump-meister himself to put Python back on top!
Stock polycarbonate back on the Lumia 950/950 XL not doing it for you? We go hands-on and check out one of the third party back covers available from Mozo which feature leather with a metal trim.
If you have trouble getting up in the morning, Microsoft's new app Mimicker can help out. It does this with a game called "Mimic" that is designed to help wake users up by completing simple tasks.
Researchers discovered a number of smart home devices that leaked user data, including Nest's learning thermostat and a security camera that broadcasted completely non-encrypted video streams.