If you're still holiday shopping (or haven't started yet), then this might be a good time to mention that Amazon extended its free shipping before Christmas deadline through today.
Cracked and broken smartphone screens are common, but cover glass is getting tougher all the time. We spoke to Corning, makers of Gorilla Glass, about what’s coming for smartphone glass.
Uber Eats only just turned two years old, but like other "gig economy" businesses, it's facing scrutiny over how it classifies workers.
The problem is this might fragment the player base, with six different options of how to play (1-, 2- or 4-player and in either third or first person perspective) spread across two maps, and it's possible that first-person games could be shut down in some regions if there aren't enough people
The $1.86 billion legal battle between ride-hailing giant Uber and Alphabet’s self-driving unit Waymo reached a pivotal moment today as the judge in the case released a damning letter regarding a former Uber employee whose allegations saying that a special division within the company was responsible
Today's Stories Go-Jek buys three startups to advance its mobile payment business Don’t keep cell phones next to your body, California Health Department warns AIM is officially dead Credits Written by: Tito Hamze Hosted by: Tito Hamze Filmed by: Tito Hamze Edited by: Tito hamze Notes: I don&apos
Chemotherapy has a lot of terrible side effects and that's partly because the drugs being used to fight cancer also attack healthy cells.
The disasters that former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick left in his wake at his popular ride-hailing app company was one of this year's biggest tech industry stories. Now, as we wrap up the year, Uber (through a court case) has gifted us a letter detailing many of the company's alleged wrongdoings
The holidays are the perfect time to score a new smartphone and save some cash. We've rounded up a handful of the best smartphone deals available right now -- carrier devices as well as unlocked phones -- that can save you as much as $850.
Waymo's lawsuit against Uber for allegedly stealing technology for self-driving cars hasn't gone to trial yet, because the judge received a letter from the Department of Justice suggesting Uber withheld crucial evidence. It was written by the attorney of a former employee, Richard Jacobs, and
We were excited to hear that 2011 detective simulator L.A. Noire was headed to modern consoles and the HTC Vive for some VR action.
8i, the New Zealand and Los Angeles-based augmented reality startup bringing celebrity personalities into immersive experiences, is laying off about half of its 70-person staff, according to a report in Variety and confirmed by the company.
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top tech stories from this week.
Google has made email a much less tedious, junky affair for a lot of us, and it's about to take another step to helping us clean out our inboxes.
Google announced today that it's shutting down its high-end smartphone augmented reality platform, Tango, in order to focus on the more mass market ARCore product. The company had already confirmed this much to us when they announced ARCore in August, but now we have an official timeline for Tango
The Galaxy S8 is one of Samsung's current must-own phones, but that doesn't mean it will be the hot device forever. Rumors about its sequel, which may be called the Galaxy S9, are spreading. Here's everything we think we know about it.
You've managed to get your hands on an iPhone X -- now what? Well, you probably don't want to drop it, and you want to keep your hands on the wheel, so check out the best iPhone X car mounts on the market.
Google Chrome just made surfing the web way less annoying. Chrome developers announced Thursday that the newest Chrome update, Chrome 64 Beta, will allow you to mute annoying autoplay videos. This is one of several features intended to help users circumvent obnoxious advertisements in the new update
If there's one thing we should all be able to agree on about The Last Jedi it's most definitely the Porgs. Now, Facebook is helping you relive all the best Porg moments from The Last Jedi and then some, thanks to the social network's new Porg Invasion game. SEE ALSO: Everything You Need
"Let the past die. Kill it!" Kylo Ren's calm, yet threatening monologue from Star Wars: Episode VIII — The Last Jedi (this isn't a spoiler — it's in the trailer) couldn't be more apt for the 3D version of the movie. It sucks. It's the worst way to watch Rian Johnson
Google began delving into the world of AR with its 2014 venture Project Tango, or just Tango as of last year, and its AR work has grown quite a bit since then.
The last time Microsoft tried releasing a phone, it didn't go so well. Even so, rumors have been circulating for months about the possibility of a new phone from the company, the Surface Phone, which could actually be awesome. Thursday, the World Intellectual Property Organization granted Microsoft
Months ago, a blog post by the good developers of Chrome let its users know that come January, users would be free of audio from autoplaying videos.
Philosophy students at Notre Dame de Namur University in California recently shared their “Philosophy of Love” course with Bina48, an A.I. animatronic robot. Here's how it went down.