The company's Chrome browser will now block Adobe Flash ads, favoring HTML5 ads instead. From today (September 1,) Google's Chrome browser will begin blocking Adobe Flash ads, favoring HTML5 ads instead.
Just a few weeks ago we began hearing rumors about a new smartphone from Motorola called the Moto X Force (codenamed Bounce). Featuring a 5.43-inch Quad HD “shatterproof” display, the unannounced Motorola
Call it a May-December romance: The oldest tool in a doctor's kit (a stethoscope) meets the youngest (a smartphone). Together, they make hearts race. They can hear, see, analyze and record those heartbeats
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That's less than the cheapest Kindle Amazon hasn't had great success trying to sell its own high-end electronics, but maybe it will continue to find more success at the low end. According to The Wall Journal,
It's an announcement we've been expecting for months; Apple has held press events to introduce its newest smartphone to the world every September since 2012. But what makes this event different is that
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Google is known for making a big deal out of April 1st, with this year’s gags including a unique Youtube video basically crediting Google for everything viral on the popular video site, a Pokemon Challenge
Over the years, users of portable consumer electronics have just come to accept that battery life gets worse over time. But it doesn’t have to: Gbatteries, which is in the current batch of Y Combinator
Who gave away the most money of any American last year? Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, 29, and wife Priscilla Chan, 28, who donated nearly $1 billion to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
That didn't take long -- just days after its first test fire, the Liberator, a 3D-printed pistol designed by Defense Distributed founder Cody Wilson, has caught the attention of the federal government.