In the wake of May 7th's fatal crash, Tesla has announced a new major software update that gives its vehicles' built-in radar a greater role in a bid to improve the safety of the Autopilot feature.
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One is indistinguishable from a speaker, the other is modular. HP's two new Cortana voice enabled desktop PCs will pack on style and high-quality audio when they hit the shelves later this month.
Self-described as "crazy" and "reckless" by NVIDIA, the company has announced their new flagship graphics card will feature staggering performance, with an equally staggering price.
Microsoft may be the largest corporation to jump in the legal marijuana industry after announcing it is joining with a California-based company to sell marijuana sales tracking software.
Sky and ITV are jumping on the eSports bandwagon after investing in GINX eSports TV, which will give the UK its first around-the-clock video gaming channel later this month.
Apple is trying to re-design the keyboard with the next MacBook Pro, according to a new report. An OLED touch display is slated to replace some keys seen as essential for decades.
The surprisingly sleek Obi Worldphone MV1 smartphone will be arriving in the U.K. in a matter of weeks, packing some reasonable hardware at a competitively low price.
A week after mysteriously going offline in the country, a new report says Apple's iTunes Movies and iBooks stores were banned by Chinese authorities in a bid to prop-up local competitors.
Apple appears to have quietly dropped support for its QuickTime for Windows program with security analysts saying users are exposed to two known vulnerabilities.
For the second time in two months, customers of the Australian mobile network Telstra have taken advantage of a free data day. Despite collectively using 2,686 terabytes of data, not all were happy.
Fixing sluggish, slow, and other performance issues are the target of a new OTA update for Google's Nexus 5X following community feedback. Owners can expect the update very soon.
Six months after Samsung first teased the public, the world's largest SSD is finally available to enterprise customers in a drive offering over 15 terabytes of storage space.
Microsoft have listened to user feedback and acted by including the much sought after ability to view reports in the latest update to Power BI on Windows 10 Mobile and iPhone.
Reports say Sharp's board have agreed for the company to be taken over by Taiwan's Foxconn, bringing an end to years of financial uncertainty and marking one of the largest deals in Japanese history.
A week before the HTC Vive virtual reality headset pre-order opens, device partner Valve have released a Portal-themed performance diagnostic test on Steam.
Samsung itself appears to have given us our best look yet at the Galaxy S7 edge in a video showing off some new and returning features, posted to its Indonesian YouTube page.
Just days before its open beta begins, an image appears to reveal an upcoming promotion between Ubisoft and NVIDIA to offer free copies of The Division with select high-end GeForce cards.
Intel is finally taking action to prevent users from overclocking its locked Skylake CPUs. However it's likely only future motherboard purchasers will be stopped from exploiting the loophole.
A major outage to the Australia's largest mobile network, Telstra, has left millions of customers without access to phone and data service. Currently, the service is still sporadically having issues.
In a happy surprise, Google appears to once more be offering users 2GB of free online storage if they complete a simple security check in a promotion coinciding with Safer Internet Day.
In an update available this week, Instagram is switching on support for multiple accounts on its iOS and Android platforms. Meanwhile its Universal app for Windows 10 continues to be missing.
Microsoft's Surface range is struggling even against the iPad Pro despite the detachable tablet market seeing significant growth as consumers look to replace their PCs with tablets packing more power.
Live video streaming is rolling out to all Facebook users in the U.S. with an iPhone. It includes a major playback feature that may make it more popular than Twitter's Periscope.
Millions of AC wall plug adapters are part of a 'voluntary' recall after Apple identified an increased risk of electric shock in some cases. Adapters sold over a 12 year period are included.
Speculation that Apple will launch a new iPhone in March is intensifying after a newly leaked photo surfaced showing a 4-inch device resembling the curved-glass design of the iPhone 6 and 6s.
Distribution issues are behind the latest delay to the BBC's education-focused compact computer, but the broadcaster says plans to distribute up to a million of the devices to students are on track.
Authorities have reopened access to YouTube after Google launched a localized, Pakistani edition of the site. However questions remain over whether the government can now ban individual videos.
Over the next 72 hours, users in seven countries, including Canada, Singapore and New Zealand, will see app and in-app standard pricing tiers rise, yet some apps may end up costing less.
Beats 1 will soon be Apple's only free to listen radio station after users are told the ad-supported iTunes Radio stations will be going behind the Apple Music paywall later this month.
After years of ignoring subscribers circumventing geo-restrictions, Netflix appears set to prevent users from masking their identity to access content only available in foreign countries.
Smartphone manufacturers face potentially massive fines if they do not decrypt or unlock phones when requested by law enforcement authorities under a proposed bill in New York state.
Calling Apple's entry into the electric car market "obvious", Elon Musk argues they won't be a competitor to Tesla and the only way for electric cars to make a mark in the world is to be affordable.
Carrying out a court order obtained by Future Motion, a hoverboard manufacturer alleging patent infringement, U.S. Marshals seized products on display by Chinese company at CES during display hours.
If you like pink or silver, Samsung's new Windows 10 Notebook 9 range is for users on the move with the 13-inch model weighing less than 1 kg, but there is a question over its battery life.
Named 'Presence', the new camera adds a new level of sophistication to home security by using a combination of technologies to distinguish specific objects to go beyond mere motion detection.
Microsoft's data analytics tool Power BI arrives on Windows 10 Mobile in a new app allowing Dashboards to be accessible directly from the home screen and business data updated at scheduled intervals.
Partnering with several major banks and retailers, Android Pay may be set to take-off next year in a country where compatible contactless payment terminals are already widespread.
Company-wide President Brad Smith announces a new organization at Redmond dedicated to creating a better world through technology, named Microsoft Philanthropies.
Barely a month after the first leak, new images of HTC's next mid-range phone reveal new design changes that may filter through to flagship devices expected later in 2016.
Not content with existing options, the retailer is introducing its own app-based payment system appropriately named 'Walmart Pay' but it will only work at the company's own stores.
A mock-up page for where Microsoft Edge's extensions will be tested by Windows Insiders appears to have been accidentally made public revealing two possible extensions that may be ready at launch.
Outed as the man behind the persona 'Satoshi Nakamoto', Craig Wright is believed to be the founder of Bitcoin. Within hours of his name being published online, Australian police have raided his home.
Failing to gain traction after their initial launches, Dropbox's Mailbox and Carousel services will be discontinued in 2016. Dropbox will instead focus on its core storage service.
The Swift open source code is now available for download. Apple's own platforms plus Linux are supported but it has left it to Microsoft or others to port the language to Windows.
A supercomputer at the Bureau of Meteorology has believed to have been breached by hackers from China, potentially compromising several other Australian Government agencies.
Microsoft and Autodesk show how 3D projects can be brought to life in a new video demonstrating how far their collaboration with HoloLens and Fusion 360 has progressed.
Plans to release the official PS4 Remote Play streaming app for Windows and Mac are quickly confirmed by a Sony executive after a third party developer unveiled their paid app earlier this week.
Developers will be required to declare whether their apps contain ads and display a label on their Google Play Store listings starting early next year, or risk their apps being suspended.
Microsoft demonstrates Continuum on Windows 10 Mobile giving users a full Windows 10 PC experience wherever they can connect to an external display, either via wired or wireless connection.
After charging their iPad Pros for a few hours, owners are complaining of finding their devices unresponsive and stuck on a black screen with no permanent fix offered by Apple.