With the launch of Android 7.0 Nougat out of the way, Google is now getting ready to launch its Daydream virtual reality platform. The company is partnering with HBO, Hulu and YouTube for content.
Hands-on with Samsung's Galaxy Note7
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Windows 10 for PCs build 14393.82 now availaible to everyone
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Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update is now rolling out to carrier-locked devices
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An impressive first experience with the Honor 8
Microsoft has taken the wraps off of its mysterious "holographic processing unit", which powers the company's HoloLens. The impressive custom-built processor is very powerful, but also very expensive.
Nvidia introduced its low-end GTX 1060 graphics card last month. But now the company is hitting an even lower price point with a new 3GB version of the card, that also features fewer CUDA cores.
Apple is hitting technological roadblocks in its quest to divorce the Watch from the iPhone. Unfortunately, large amount of power needed for cellular connections is proving too much for the Watch.
The Galaxy Note7 is an impressive device that's already getting a lot of positive reviews thanks to its design and specs. But now we get to see what's on the inside and what makes it tick.
If you're in Pittsburgh and want to see what it's like to be driven around by a robot, Uber is letting you do that for free. The ride-sharing company is testing autonomous vehicles around town.
After saying numerous times that the upcoming Project Scorpio would not have any exclusive titles, Microsoft is somewhat backtracking by saying it doesn't consider VR content as "console gaming".
The Chrome browser on Android got a new feature recently, though it's still hidden from the general public. Google Now can show tailored content in the New Tab page inside of the browser.
A data dump of exploits supposedly taken from the NSA has revealed security flaws in Cisco's products. The company admitted the flaws are real but only one has been patched until now.
For years now, Microsoft has been struggling to improve the way applications scale on its operating system. Even with this latest update the company admits it still has lots of work to do.
Intel has been tentatively looking at the nascent virtual reality market for a while now, but it looks like the company is finally ready to take the plunge, as it just introduced its own VR headset.
Previous rumors had pegged an iPhone 7 launch for September 16th, but a leaked image from AT&T suggests the new smartphone may go up for pre-order on the 9th and have a wide release on the 23rd.
Nvidia is calling out Intel, claiming that the giant chip maker manipulated and skewed benchmarks to favor its Xeon Phi processor, by comparing it to years-old GPUs using outdated software.
Nvidia has published a new version of its graphics driver, optimizing performance in No Man's Sky, Paragon and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. The drivers also fix a number of reported issues.
Blizzard's super popular title is about to get a big overhaul of its competitive playing mode. Players will be ranked on a much larger scale, while matches will also be scored in a new way.
A group of hackers claim to have hacked another group of hackers, the latter of whom are strongly tied to the NSA. If real, this is one of the few times the NSA has been publicly compromised.
Samsung has confirmed that it will unveil a new version of its smartwatch, dubbed the Gear S3. The new device is expected to look similar to its predecessor but offer lots of new sensors.
Nvidia has unveiled the mobile versions of its recently released graphics cards. The M cards nearly offer performance parity with desktop counterparts and focus on VR gaming and impressive graphics.
Just as the game is becoming more and more popular, Niantic has updated its terms of service. The company is cracking down on those abusing and/or cheating in Pokémon GO and perma-banning them.
Earlier today, we reported on the first leaked images depicting one of the upcoming Nexus devices for this year. Now, both Nexus phones have shown up at the FCC for their certification.
Patrons of these hotels would do well to keep a close eye on their bank accounts and credit cards, because the malware has likely stolen sensitive data including payment details and security codes.
According to a reliable analyst, Apple is looking to release a new size of iPad next year with even bigger changes set for 2018. One of those changes? Flexible, AMOLED screens for its tablets.
Google is working with HTC on two new Nexus devices, expected to be unveiled later this year. While the phones' specs were leaked previously, this is our first real look at the design of the Sailfish.
A number of Canadian police departments, including those of Vancouver and Edmonton, have admitted to using controversial "stingray" technology to spy on citizens in a number of investigations.
Samsung's new flagship device, the Galaxy Note7, launched sporting Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. But Samsung has a plan to bring the newer Android 7.0 Nougat to its devices in the near future.
Rumors suggest Tesla is getting ready to unveil the second major version of its Autopilot software. According to sources inside the company, the new system will also feature more cameras and sensors.
The Xbox One seemingly managed the impossible this July, when it unseated Sony's PlayStation 4 as the best-selling console in the US. The PS4 had consistently held that spot ever since its launch.
Google, and its parent company Alphabet, has found itself in hot water with regulators once again. Russian authorities found the Android-maker abused its market position by being anti-competitive.
Samsung is being accused by ex-employees of misleading them and hiding hazardous working conditions from them. What's worse, the South Korean government isn't helping its citizens.
After a long wait, No Man's Sky is just now starting to reach players around the world. But the game's makers are already looking to the future and saying that the PS4 Neo's power may alter the game.
After originally launching carrier billing alongside Sprint in the US last year, now Microsoft is finally bringing the feature to O2 customers in the UK and Wind customers in Italy.
The hackers that discovered a security flaw in Windows which allows attackers to bypass Secure Boot, are warning that Microsoft's current fixes are untenable and that the flaw might never get patched.
A well-known console modder has brought his skills to bear on Microsoft's newly-released Xbox One S. The modder created the light and portable Xbook One S, which is actually available to buy.
Audiophiles might be getting a mobile phone specially crafted for them with the LG V20, as the company will be using Quad DAC on the media-oriented phone. The LG V20 will also sport Android 7 Nougat.
According to a number of different reports, Sony's upgraded console, the so-called PlayStation 4.5 Neo, will finally be unveiled at the start of September, with dev kits going out to partners.
Nearly two million accounts belonging to forum users on the popular Dev.dota2 site have reportedly been stolen and leaked online. They contain usernames, passwords and user identifiers.
Yesterday Microsoft release two cumulative updates for Windows 10. Buried inside those were a number of critical and important security patches dealing with the Windows kernel and drivers.
HTC is expected to unveil two Nexus devices later this year. Now the smaller of the two, codenamed Sailfish, has supposedly had some of its specs leaked thanks to a benchmarking tool.
Seagate has unveiled an upcoming solid state drive, with the device dwarfing everything else on the market right now. The SSD will feature 60TB of storage in a single 3.5-inch drive.
An O2 marketing campaign that was giving away free USB sticks to business customers, went horribly wrong after it was confirmed that some of the sticks were infected with viruses.
Samsung is likely working on its next-generation mobile chip, which is supposedly built on a 10nm FinFET process and is currently hitting speeds of 4Ghz in tests, outperforming the Snapdragon 830.
The Internet Archive, the people behind the Wayback Machine, have uploaded and curated over 10,000 games, applications and demos designed for the Amiga. You can try them out in your browser.
A new update is rolling out for Google Maps users on Android and iOS. This improves upon previously launched features and now allows you to save offline areas on your device's external storage.
According to a credible report, Apple may be looking to launch not one, but two new Watches later this year. Both will feature modest improvements and the same design as existing models.
A research group at MIT has created an algorithm that can extract information about objects and materials from video. Using it, mixed or augmented reality may soon become much more realistic.
Google is partnering with Dashlane and launching Open Yolo, whose aim is to help you no longer rely on passwords on Android. The open API will securely fetch your credentials for you.
An Intel researcher has unwittingly revealed that the company has been working on an accessory for the HTC Vive VR headset. Intel's device features 6 cameras and can be attached directly to the Vive.
Forza and its partners are holding a huge digital driving competition open to everyone. If you've got the skills to be the best in the world, you'll drive away with a new 2017 Ford Focus RS.
Apple has been eyeing the TV space for a good, long while now, but recently, the company was forced to abandon a big part of its plans. Now Apple is focusing on its TV guide feature.
The BBC is offering its users up to 100 hours of 360-degree video from the Rio 2016 Olympics. You can get the content with the BBC Sport 360 app, which will be available soon on Android and iOS.