If you had to work or were busy this morning, you missed a pretty interesting debate on the pros and cons of net neutrality, which ended in a 3-2 vote repealing the Title II provision. Watch it now.
Career at Microsoft taught Kevin Unangst to "move fast and focus on the customer"
Today's repeal of net neutrality by the FCC was not a real shocker. Neither is the response, which has consumer groups and politicians rushing to the aid of the beleaguered Title II provision.
Searching for things in the Microsoft Store can be a bit cumbersome at times. Luckily, Xbox Insiders had been testing new sorting options over the last few weeks, and the changes have just rolled out.
It was only a week ago that Google officially cut off YouTube support for Amazon's Fire TV and Echo Show devices. Now, it looks like Amazon could be attempting to make amends with the firm.
Microsoft is rolling out Party Chat on the Xbox beta app for Android. While there are plans to introduce this feature in the iOS beta, those interested will have to submit a form to participate.
In the world of Cortana, Alexa, Siri, and Google, Samsung wants you to remember that they have a smart assistant, too. A new report suggests the company will launch a smart speaker with Bixby in 2018.
Essential has done a great job the past couple months, keeping those interested in the know, by holding bi-weekly Reddit AMAs. This week, it gave insight on features like EIS, Oreo beta 2, and more.
Even though Apple does not release sales figures, new analytics data shows that the top-of-the-line iPhone has surpassed its cheaper brethren, but still lags way behind the iPhone 7 handsets.
There have been quite some rumors over the past couple months in regards to the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Now, new 360-degree renders have found their way online, giving us a better look.
The Humble Store is giving away Relic Entertainment's real-time strategy game, Company of Heroes 2, for the next two days. The game features a single-player campaign as well as a multiplayer portion.
We knew it was coming, and hopefully, you have found a new, reliable instant messaging service by now. If not, consider this as your official reminder that AIM is permanently saying goodbye tomorrow.
After struggling to remain relevant for the past few years, Pandora is now debuting a new strategy that will allow its users to listen to on-demand tracks, so long as they watch a 15-second ad.
In a new video, Rare has detailed what players can expect from the quests and progression systems of Sea of Thieves. Players will be embarking on quests given by three Trading Companies.
Switzerland-based storage provider Tresorit has released its first transparency report. The document covers the firm's complex legal framework and user requests from September 2013 to November 2017.
After being in beta for two months, Microsoft has announced the official release of the Mixer app for mobile. It is now available for Android and will be coming to iOS in the coming days.
Net neutrality is dead. The FCC has approved Chairman Ajit Pai's plan to remove the classification of ISPs as utilities and return them to their former designation as information providers.
Eve has announced yet another flash sale for its popular hybrid device, the Eve V. However, only a limited number of units are available during the sale, so those interested in it should act fast.
Want to learn about wine, but don't know where to start? Wine All-In-One For Dummies provides comprehensive information about the basics of wine in one easy-to-understand 5-in-1 volume.
Telltale Games' Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2 will conclude its story next week with the launch of episode 5, Above and Beyond. The season finale will have Jesse going up against the Admin himself.
Since the beginning of November there have been at least three Android 8.0 betas for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ tested by brits in the UK. Now a forth beta is rolling out to address major bugs.
The FCC is meeting to discuss the Chairman Ajit Pai's recommended plan to repeal net neutrality and again classify ISPs as information companies instead of utilities. The event starts at 10:30 ET.
Atari's new Linux-powered console, Ataribox, has hit a snag, with its pre-order plans being delayed on the day they were supposed to go online. The company is reportedly working on a new launch plan.
Today's deal lets you start working with some of the most important new technologies on Earth, opening new career doors today. Get this bundle at a massive $816 off before the offer expires.
Several users have complained on Reddit and Google forums that after upgrading to Android 8.1, the multi-touch feature starts acting weird when playing games or while performing other tasks.
LG has officially announced the LG V30+ in India. The handset will be exclusively available from Amazon India carrying a ₹44,990 price tag and is set to go on sale from December 18.
Day nine of Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals has been unleashed, with a $200 discount offered across its range of Surface Pro hardware, while supplies last. Unfortunately, LTE models are not included.
You can find sometimes find interesting things when digging around software. It appears that telephoto and wide-angle camera support has been discovered in the latest Android 8.0 beta for the Nokia 5.
Facebook has announced that Russia did not significantly impact the Brexit vote after it found just 73p had been spent during the campaign. The ads were seen by a somewhat paltry 200 people.
A UK-based ISP has decided to show that it's possible to transfer data across a wet piece of string rather than copper wire. The experiment was just for fun and won't be adopted by ISPs.
Today, Samsung announced some new Notebook 9 and Notebook 9 Pen laptops and convertibles that the company will be showing off at CES. They include eighth-generation Intel processors and more.
A newly released study shows that we aren't doing a good job of recycling, as globally we are producing 49.2 million tons of e-waste and only recycling about 20 percent through proper channels.
Today, LG announced that it will introduce new laptops from its gram lineup at CES 2018. They'll include Intel's new eighth-generation processors, as well as a fingerprint reader and Thunderbolt 3.
If you're a fan of Zen Studio's pinball engine or love pinball in general, the company wants to hook you up with two new, original tables, and for this week only, they're both free to download!
Crytek has filed a lawsuit against Cloud Imperium Games, the developer of Star Citizen, alleging it to be in breach of contract; the Star Citizen developer has called it "a meritless lawsuit".
Today, Gamevice has announced iPhone X and iPhone 8/8+ compatibility for its mobile controller. In conjunction with the news, the firm has dropped the price of its peripheral to $79.95.
Today, Apple released the first developer betas of iOS 11.2.5, watchOS 4.2.2, and tvOS 11.2.5. There are no new front-facing features; instead, they mainly focus on bug fixes and improvements.
Ubisoft has announced that the Predator is coming to its tactical shooter, Ghost Recon Wildlands, for a special game mode that challenges players to defeat the alien hunter in combat.
Google today announced that it's expanding the availability of Assistant, making it available not only to tablets, but older phones running Android 5.0 Lollipop, which accounts for 26.3% of devices.
After being quiet for most of the year, Huami, a Xiaomi sub-brand, has now announced two new fitness trackers. The new fitness trackers look quite stunning with a revised design from last year's Pace.
According to a new report, Windows 10 PCs with Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 845 processor will arrive sometime within the second half of 2018, which is shortly after Snapdragon 835 PCs.