Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has announced that its second flagship phone, slated for release later this year, will have a USB-C port. USB-C has many benefits over existing USB standards. It handles
New images of Ceres are the clearest ever taken, but NASA's scientists still haven't figured out the enigmatic dwarf planet. The agency's latest photos of Ceres show multiple bright spots — and a "pyramid-shaped
Notice some familiar faces popping up in Facebook's "People You May Know" section? Well, there's a reason for that. Zuckerberg & Co. recently began serving up suggestions for prospective connections based
Google’s top secret Google X research lab is working on a handful of projects to build better batteries for mobile devices, reports the Wall Street Journal. It’s not just about making sure our cell phones
'Google Glass' takes on a whole new meaning Google just revealed a wild proposal for remaking its main office space in Mountain View, California — rather than simply build more modern office buildings,
And it comes from an unlikely source: Huawei It looks like Huawei is taking smartwatches very seriously. As spotted by Droid Life, two official promo videos for the "Huawei Watch" have accidentally been
Google's latest Android ad is simply adorable. Called "Friends Furever," the spot is little more than a collection of cute videos showing animals working together, but it ends with a message: "Be together.
The next version of Google Glass will look completely different from the original protoype following the end of the Explorer programme, sources have said The next version of Google Glass to be launched
Finding royalty-free video, photos and sound clips may be getting a little easier following the news that Pond5 is releasing a huge number of items into the public domain. Announced today, the Pond5 Public
Anybody can make Mario, Nintendo’s world-famous little plumber, race through the Mushroom Kingdom, chasing coins. But what if Mario could do it on his own? That’s the goal of the Mario A.I. Project: to
Unlike the stark minimalism of Apple's campuses, Google has a flair for creating offices with a unique design that varies from building to building. From the glowing black lights of the Toronto office's
Nobody laughs much at Elon Musk anymore, but plenty of people snickered at his Hyperloop idea (okay, also the killer robot thing). To remind you, the Hyperloop is a series of underground trains powered
If you've signed up for an account recently, you've probably seen it: a quick test that gives you a few distorted words and asks you to type them back in plaintext. The official name is CAPTCHA, a test
Plenty of mobile device screens can easily resist minor cracks and scratches, but let's be honest -- those aren't the biggest problems. No, the real crisis comes when you drop your phone and the display
The internet activist group Anonymous has responded to Twitter taunts from the Ku Klux Klan by taking over its US Twitter account. The Twitter spat began after the KKK allegedly threatened protesters Ferguson,
When you think about passports, “gorgeous” may not be the first word that comes to mind. Government, bureaucracy, pain-in-the-butt — maybe. But Norway, in its inimitable way, has likely changed the language
Software can now easily spot objects in images, but it can't always describe those objects well; "short man with horse" not only sounds awkward, it doesn't reveal what's really going on. That's where computer
A Belgian student is seeking sponsors to get his prototype "ambulance drone" off the ground. The airborne medical kit can be flown to the scene of an emergency without the risk of traffic delays. It travels
(CNN) — The world's first road capable of turning sunlight into energy officially opened for traffic Wednesday in the Netherlands. It's actually a 230-foot-long bike path in the town of Krommenie. The
We've seen our share of 3D printers 'round these parts, but the iBox Nano could be one of the smallest yet. Its creators claim that the gizmo is not only the most diminutive resin printer, but also the
You might talk about how much you hate large bezels, but LG is actually doing something about it. It just unveiled a 5.3-inch, 1080p LCD display with 0.7mm bezels, less than the width of a credit card.
For anyone who shoots a lot of videos, having the option to shoot at 60fps is one of the most satisfying parts of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, making your footage as silky smooth as a Barry White pickup line.
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Google's vice president Alan Eustace sky dives from the edge of space, breaking the world altitude record previously set by Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner. Wearing a specially designed spacesuit,