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Nintendo unveils Legend of Zelda Game & Watch gadget

At the Nintendo Direct E3 event, the gaming giant introduces a new Game & Watch device that plays The Legend of Zelda and other classic games.

Gazelle Ultimate C380+ HMB: Review

The C380+ HMB has a robust set of features that set it apart from the many other hybrid commuter e-bikes out there.

Windows 10 support gets an end date, Musk says Tesla will eventually accept clean energy Bitcoin

In today's top stories, Microsoft announces when support will end for Windows 10, Elon Musk clarifies Tesla's tipping point for accepting Bitcoin again, and NASA eyes Halloween for a new mission with SpaceX.

Lawmakers propose antitrust legislation against big tech, new Xbox games are announced at E3 2021

In today's top stories, the US government hopes to reform antitrust laws aimed at big tech, privacy concerns arise over Amazon Sidewalk and new Xbox games debut at E3 2021.

Microsoft unveils Halo Infinite multiplayer trailer at E3 2021

At E3 2021, Microsoft and Bethesda showed new Halo Infinite multiplayer gameplay footage for the Xbox exclusive.

Microsoft reveals Starfield teaser for Xbox

At their E3 2021 event, Microsoft and Bethesda unveil a first look at Starfield for Xbox Series X. The game is expected to release on Nov. 11, 2022.

Why E3 2021 is happening despite the pandemic, and what next year will look like

The head of the ESA, which puts on the E3 show, talks with us about how the coronavirus is changing games.

New Tesla Model S Plaid rolls out, Xbox coming to smart TVs

In today's top stories, Elon Musk unveils the newest, fastest Tesla, while Microsoft aims to integrate Xbox gaming into smart TVs, and President Biden lifts executive orders against TikTok and WeChat.

2022 Lexus NX is the most important Lexus in a long time

Lexus' second-smallest crossover brings massive changes to the automaker's infotainment system, addressing a longtime issue and showing how important this new model is.

Road testing the Boring Company Loop under Las Vegas

The Boring Company has opened it's first fully-operational Loop under the Las Vegas Convention Center. I jumped in a Tesla to take a spin.

Microsoft puts Xbox in more things, meat producer pays millions in ransomware attack

In today's top stories, Microsoft says the Xbox will be baked into smart TVs, with cloud gaming coming to new streaming devices. Meanwhile, JBS, one of the biggest meat producers in the US, pays $11 million to cybercriminals to keep its operations afloat.

My first electric bike: One year later

Does the RadRunner 1 hold up after a year of heavy use?

The new Echo Show 8 adds just enough to be a worthwhile upgrade

The much-improved camera on the second-gen Echo Show 8 will follow the action during video calls and track your presence to trigger routines.

The budget phone features that matter the most

Camera? Processor? Screen resolution? They're all important to any phone. But when every penny counts, which smartphone feature is most important of all? Jide Akinrinade chops it up with Iyaz Ahktar and Patrick Holland to figure out which smartphone feature you can't live without if you're on a budget.

Biden revokes Trump orders against TikTok and WeChat, Amazon launches wifi-sharing feature Sidewalk

In today's news, the Biden administration changes how it approaches foreign-linked apps, Elon Musk's Boring Loop begins operation in Las Vegas and Amazon's new Sidewalk feature goes live.

Apple made its smart home more entertaining at WWDC 2021

We unpack each of the new smart home features that debuted at Apple's big developer conference as the tech giant looks to add utility and entertainment to Siri and HomeKit.

iPadOS 15: How it changes the iPad and what it still doesn't do

Apple's newest version of iPadOS doesn't arrive until the fall. It's got some possibly helpful changes, but does it go far enough?

FTC says MoviePass deceived users, Sony's earbuds get high praise

In today's top stories, the Federal Trade Commission settles with MoviePass over fraud, Sony's earbuds are serious competitors to AirPods Pro, and Google Stadia gets support for Android TV.

2022 Nissan Pathfinder has something new for everyone

Nissan threw everything but the kitchen sink at its family-friendly three-row crossover to give it more adventurous chops, but it's still plenty comfortable on the road.

Apple WWDC 2021 brings new software (but no Macs), Jeff Bezos heads to space

In today's news, Apple launched WWDC 2021 with a preview of its new iOS, MacOS, WatchOS and iPadOS updates, Jeff Bezos announced plans to go to space and Facebook takes a swing at Apple over creator fees.