U.S. technology firms and the Chinese government have had a rocky relationship in the past year. Microsoft, in particular, has faced several obstacles in China over the past year.
Now it’s even easier to buy bobbleheads that look like you from Amazon.
Imagine yourself a ninja warrior with this addictive game to send a nimble competitor to the stars.
The Food Network in the Kitchen app lets you search dishes by Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis and more.
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The immigration issue fell down the tech industry’s political priority list. But it’s not totally gone.
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Sales at the mega-retailer reached $19.34 billion, up 23 percent compared to the same period last year.
The game is a sequel to Firaxis Games’ build-your-own society Civilization series.
As a tie-in to Amazon, the Fire Phone has no parallel. But as a phone? The story gets a bit more complicated.
Facebook seems to have figured out--for now at least--the holy grail for all media right now: how to make money selling mobile ads.
The divisions Microsoft acquired from Nokia -- the ones hardest hit by cuts -- dragged the whole company’s profits down.
Apple’s growth is slowing in the U.S. But it’s shooting up where it counts.
It has a 105-inch, ultra high-definition screen and boasts 11 million pixels.
Apple is still, essentially, an smartphone company.
Excited about Kindle Unlimited? Then you probably read way more than the typical American.
This glee-filled game gives new meaning to packing heat.
This tool gives doodlers a way to save and visually organize their notes and talking points.
The Switch team took questions about gadgets and technology.
Hayley Tsukayama covers consumer technology for The Washington Post. A Minnesota native, she joined The Post in 2010 after completing her master's degree in journalism. She lives in Washington, D.C., where she sings alto with a local choir and plays video games in her copious free time.