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The seventh-generation VW van is available as a plug-in hybrid for the first time.
A Minotaur rocket will carry a National Reconnaissance Office payload to orbit from Virginia in the morning.
The Microsoft co-founder recommends five books, focusing on Barack Obama's life, the fall of GE and intervention with nature.
Capcom will release additional content for Resident Evil Village.
Typically, diversity panels are a side conversation at most big events. But the E3 video game conference gave it a rare livestream spot.
If you were relying on the ESA's closed captions to make sense of what’s being unveiled at E3 today, you might have been very confused.
Measuring in at 3.2 by 7.7 by 6.2 mm, Razer's new GaN power adapter is small enough to fit in your pocket.
When last we saw the 14-inch Razer Blade, it was toting 7th-gen Intel CPUs and NVIDIA's GTX 1650 graphics. Now it's back, and it's powered by AMD's Ryzen 5900HX and up to an RTX 3080 GPU.
In a Twitter response spotted by Eurogamer, Microsoft confirmed the Series X and S would target a base 30 frames per second.
Turtle Beach has announced two new controllers for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.
The Supreme Court had thrown out the earlier ruling that blocked LinkedIn from stopping rivals from scraping its data.
Alcohol and prescription drug advertisers are also locked out of the prominent masthead slot.
Acer's new Chromebook Spin 713 is one of the better Chromebooks we've tried lately.
Workshops with Unreal Engine experts and artists will help creatives learn how to use the platform.
The US federal government has released Reality Winner from prison into supervised custody
Director Hidetaka Miyazaki revealed a bunch more details about FromSoftware's next game.
With Infinite, 343 Industries says it's taking a "player-first" approach to progression and customization. There won't be any random loot or loot boxes in the game.
Amazon Prime Day 2021 is June 21-22. Here's everything we know about the shopping event, plus out tips on how to save big on gadgets.
Alphabet, Facebook, Amazon, Intel, eBay, Salesforce and Autodesk asked the agency to leverage global standards.
Facebook has developed AI that can copy the style of text in a photo — your handwriting could become a font.