Touch, pen, and Dial all in one display The last desktop PC I owned was a 2009 iMac. I now use a laptop every day for work, connected up to two monitors and a keyboard and mouse. Desktop computing hasn’t
We put Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, and Cortana through a marathon of tests to see who's winning the virtual assistant
As the Web diminishes and the Amazon Echo continues to be a runaway hit, all the big players are convinced that talking to an AI will soon become the dominant way we interact with our computers. So they've
Vue are prescription, crowdfunded glasses that launched on Kickstarter today and function as a fitness tracker, bone conduction headphones, and a Bluetooth mic for phone calls. The glasses pair with phones
The Mi Mix, which will go on sale in China starting next month, has incredibly thin borders around its large 6.4-inch screen, making it look almost as if the entire front surface is the display. Indeed,
For as long as there’s been an internet, its evangelists have assured us increased connectivity will yield a brighter future. The web, they’ve said, will bring us closer through new forms of mass communication,
It’s official. Google has finally entered the race for home automation. So far, the only premium choices available for integrating the different devices in your smart home were Amazon Echo and Apple Home.
Let the race to the bottom begin You’ve probably never heard of Erato. They’re one of the many companies that tried to sell people on the idea of truly wireless earbuds before big names like Samsung or
Here’s a bit of unexpected Friday news: Google is building a completely new operating system. As in, not just an upgrade to Android or Chrome OS, but instead, a new system that’s not derived from the kernel.
LONDON — Ever wonder how different things might have been for E.T. if he'd visited earth in 2016? Or what the duties of a modern-day RoboCop might have looked like? Well, wonder no more. The UK-based Tom
LONDON — When it comes to customer complaints, it's getting harder and harder to be creative. There was that guy who tried to claim money from The National Lottery with a brilliantly fake scratch card,
Instagram has consistently risen in popularity since the moment it exploded on the scene. Today, it’s home to more than 500 million users, and is the second-most popular social media platform in the world,
Facebook-owned WhatsApp has swelled into a messaging behemoth, with more than a billion users every month. The app prides itself on its simplicity, but there are some extra tips and tricks you should sure
Taking any product from concept to real product involves compromises. And when the concept is as grandiose as the early plans for Project Ara, there's going to be more parts than usual left in the lab.
You are about to read a newspaper article. Do you care whether all the facts in it are true? If so — what could convince you that they are or are not? A friend? A neutral website? Someone in authority?
The first of its kind Today is the first time in a decade that I actually wished I was back in school. Mathpix is an iOS app that can recognize and answer handwritten math equations in seconds. Open the
If you thought Chromebooks were mainly low-end devices, you may be right — but Google wants to change your mind about that. Starting later this year, there will be more high-end Chromebooks in the wild.
iPhone cases are a dime a dozen. Check any online marketplace, electronics store or kiosk at your local mall and you’ll be met with hundreds of options, all based on no more than a couple dozen designs.
Most people have “okay” jobs. We go to work, do what we have to do from 9 to 5, come back home, maybe hang out with friends, and do it all over again the next day. There’s nothing wrong with this. But
The size of technical components is becoming ever-smaller, and the group wanted to figure out what could theoretically be achieved with a wearable technology platform. So they attached their phones to
Twitter wants to help you talk to brands Twitter is one of the fastest ways to shame businesses into responding to your complaints. So it makes sense the social network would roll out new tools to improve