This week's free software update for Tesla cars with Enhanced Autopilot gives them the ability to drive autonomously on and off highway exit ramps, and to automatically pass slowpokes in front of you—two things cars have never done before.
James Patterson's newest novel, “The Chef,” attempts the most radical experiment yet: It’s told entirely through Facebook Messenger, one text at a time.
Amazon's relatively hidden shadow site, smile.amazon.com, donates .5% of every purchase to a charity of your choice. So far, the donations total nearly $100 million. But is there a catch?
David Pogue reviews Apple's two new flagship phones—the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max—and teaches you how to pronounce them ("ten-S" and "ten-S Max").
Apple's annual free upgrade to its iPhone/iPad operating system, iOS 12, is crammed with changes. Only a handful will improve your day—but at least it doesn't make anything worse.
DJI's newest drones come in two flavors: One with a 2X zoom, and one with a huge one-inch camera sensor for much better low light and color. Are they worth the price hike?
Apple and Samsung just introduced their new fall 2018 smartphones, and it's clearer than ever: all smartphones have pretty much the same features.
Apple unveiled three new iPhone models on Sept. 12. All of them are spinoffs of last year's iPhone X —f or iPhone fans, the tiny degrees of evolution are a blessing and a curse.
Fitibit's wristbands have collected 150 billion hours' worth of heart-rate data from people around the world. For the first time, the company offered a look inside that data, to see how lifestyle, location, age, and gender affects our health and longevity.
More than ever, the customer reviews of Amazon products are fake; they're written for hire by sellers who are desperate to game the system and sell more products. But you can fight back; some telltale signs let you know that you're looking at a phony review.
Sonos, maker of wireless, whole-house speaker systems, went public on Thursday. But can it hold its own against the rival products from Apple, Google, and Amazon? A Sonos executive responds.
Ever wonder who writes Google Assistant's wisecracks, witticisms, and mini-games? Google offered our camera crew exclusive access to meet the comedians and writers behind Assistant's personality, and to sit in on a typical brainstorming meeting.
50 years ago today, middle-aged engineers Bob Noyce and Gordon Moore (of Moore's Law fame) quit their jobs to found Intel. The company has had missteps and triumphs, but after half a century, it still embodies the culture and principles that Noyce and Moore established in 1968.
Smartwatches and fitness bands are cool, but they're also ugly and battery-challenged. Why can't someone make a beautiful, classic, analog watch (with hands) that also incorporates notifications and fitness tracking? Somebody has. Four somebodies, in fact.
The new Parrot Anafi is the first consumer drone whose camera can zoom in; can rotate to look upward; and offers 4K HDR (high-dynamic range) video.
More than half of Americans fail to use all of the vacation they're entitled to, and many people probably don't even manage to unplug when they get away.
David Pogue reviews the new Sonos Beam, a $400 soundbar that brings rich audio back to your flat TV — and has Amazon's Alexa built in. The bass won't shake the rafters, but you get impressive elegance, flexibility, and futureproofing in a compact package.
“Fortnite: Battle Royale” is a battle game that’s sucking away our time—from our children, our entertainers, and our sports heroes. David Pogue explains why it’s become a mega-hit.
Fitbit’s new wristband thinks it can help with the childhood obesity epidemic: The Fitbit Ace ($100). It’s the company’s (FIT) first fitness and sleep tracker for kids, 8 years and older.
David Pogue and his dentist test the WaterPik Sonic-Fusion, "the first and only flossing toothbrush." Could this $200 machine mean the end of string floss?