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Nintendo unveiled a $200 version of its Switch console this week, called the "Switch Lite." But it's not for everyone.
Nintendo exited the bleeding-edge hardware game years ago, and has been wildly successful — even without the best graphics. Here's why.
Apple introduced a "new" iPod this week, but it's hardly new — it's almost identical to the 2015 model, which is almost identical to the 2013 model.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai blames a drop in sales of its Pixel smartphone on ‘headwinds’ that are putting pressure on every expensive phone
Google CEO Sundar Pichai reasoned that Pixel's slowing sales were caused by "year-on-year headwinds" across the smartphone industry.
Cisco Systems jumped on Thursday after announcing quarterly results that beat Wall Street estimates.
Apple is one of the most influential tech companies in the world. But not everything it debuted in 2018 lived up to expectations.
I explored the inside of a human nose and it convinced me that the real business in VR isn’t gaming, it’s all about training workers
HTC VIVE announced its new headset, Vive Focus. Here's how VR can be used for businesses and even seeing what the inside of a human nose looks like.
I was so excited about — and so let down by — the new iPad Pro.
Square, the $30 billion payments company, is finally launching the futuristic cash register it’s dreamed of since day one
On Thursday, Square announced its new product, the Square Terminal, which is an all-in-one card processing device with a svelte new look.
Facebook announced a new $200 gadget that would put a camera and microphone in your home — but few people seem ready to trust it
Facebook launched its hardware device, Portal, on Monday to help fix "all the friction that exists today in video calls," the company said. But the big question is: Does Facebook still have people's trust after all the data scandals?