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The gap between minutes spent watching TV and minutes on the internet has long been narrowing for individual consumers, but it's going to close in 2019, according to data from a digital media company, and the total number of minutes continues to increase.
Microsoft’s ambitious plan to build the future of gaming includes a Netflix-style gaming service, blockbuster games streamed to phones from the ...
Microsoft's Xbox One is in second place to Sony's PlayStation 4 by tens of millions of consoles. Xbox leader Phil Spencer has an ambitious plan to put Microsoft back on top.
When iOS 12 arrives later this year, it's bringing a ton of changes and new stuff to the iPhone and iPad. But only a handful of those new things will make a huge difference on your life.
“Oh and uh short burn of the century comin soon,” Musk tweeted on May 4 following a conference call that one analyst said was the most bizarre thing he had witnessed in decades. “Flamethrowers should arrive just in time.”
In late 2017, Google attempted to take on Apple's AirPods with its own wireless headphones: Pixel Buds. So, how do they hold up over time? Poorly.
In a update this week, "Fortnite" is adding vehicles. Rather than a car, the first vehicle will be a ... shopping cart? Sure!
The company behind the biggest game of 2017 is suing the company behind the biggest game of 2018 — here’s what’s going on
Bluehole, the South Korean company behind "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds," is suing Epic Games, the American company behind "Fortnite." The claim: copyright infringement.
Google's Pixel 2 smartphone is a delight to use: It takes excellent photos, operates quickly, and looks great. Aside from a single issue — the lack of a headphone jack — it's the perfect smartphone.
"Fortnite" on Android is almost here: It's arriving this summer, alongside school vacation and blistering sun.
Advertisers still spend almost as much money on print ads as PC web ads — even though consumers spend far more time surfing the net than reading...
"Money follows eyeballs" is the standard budgeting method for advertisers, but the logic doesn't always apply: Consumers spend the least amount of time consuming print, and yet it still gets a significant share of total advertising dollars.