Shutterstock 4G LTE has been rolling out across the globe for a number of years now, but your typical speed and coverage can still be highly dependent on your country of residence and choice of carrier.
We have been loving Quick Charge 2.0, which can get an average phone from 0% to 60% in just 30 minutes. But Qualcomm is not known for conforming. Though their current fast charging method is amazing, San
It actually takes quite a lot of fossil fuel power to reach the tiny Spanish island of El Hierro. You have to catch a commercial jet flight, a propeller plane and then a ferry to reach what was once the
Anything that encourages people to stop hunching over their iPhones like a tech-literate Mr. Burns is a good thing–especially when it also looks cool and makes fun noises. The AUUG Motion Synth, a grip
The European Space Agency's GOCE gravity-mapping spacecraft finally fell from orbit very early on Tuesday morning GMT. As it disintegrated on re-entry into the atmosphere, its fireball was caught on camera
It’s hard to build a really new search engine. Microsoft has spent enormous resources trying to convince people that Bing’s search results are just as good as Google’s. Bing has won market share, but at
The fitness app market is crowded. The most popular ones do a great job of logging your performance and connecting you with friends, but what if you want to shave 20 minutes off your half marathon time?
It's no secret that Nine Inch Nails' frontman Trent Reznor likes to do things a bit differently. He and long-time art director Rob Sheridan have assembled a crew to make the group's festival dates this
As alarm clock apps go, there isn’t much excitement. Fonts change, colors are different, and maybe the alarm is a voice rather than a melody. All pretty gimmicky, and all easily ignored or quickly forgotten.
You're not going to find it in the next car you drive off the lot, but a Ford engineer has developed a fairly novel approach to making a manual transmission a bit easier to adjust to: a vibrating shifter