Messaging service Telegram hopes to create a full-blown cryptocurrency economy inside its app that will run on its own blockchain platform utilizing its native cryptocurrency called 'Gram'.
Measuring just 169mm (6.7in) in length, the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX 8G is the world's smallest Nvidia GTX 1080 and the fastest graphics card you can buy in such a small form factor.
Square Enix has announced that a remake of the classic SNES title Secret of Mana will be released for the PlayStation 4, Vita, and PC, featuring HD graphics, voice acting, and upgraded gameplay.
Samsung has announced that Bixby is now available in over 200 countries worldwide but the digital assistant still recognizes only English and Korean, with more languages planned for the future.
Acer has announced the Nitro 5 Spin, one of the first products to feature Intel's 8th-gen processors. The 2-in-1 device has a claimed 10-hour battery life and is intended for casual gaming.
Intel has unveiled its first 8th-gen Core processors today, while further mobile and desktop parts based on the Coffee Lake and Cannonlake architectures will be released in the future.
Less than a day after MoviePass announced its latest $9.95 monthly subscription plan, AMC Theaters has threatened legal action against the company, calling its business plan "shaky and unsustainable".
To celebrate the franchise's 15th anniversary, Capcom is selling a limited Ace Attorney 1 - 6 Premium Edition bundle on its online store, which includes a seven-gram pure gold memorial plate.
Essential has announced that it will reveal an exact release date for its smartphone in a week, while also disclosing it has raised $300 million from investors in its latest funding round.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will stop trusting certificates issued by Chinese Certificate Authorities WoSign and StartCom, which have failed to maintain proper security standards.
Sony will be partnering with various educational institutions to commercialize a blockchain-based service that will act as a centralized ledger for storing education records and information.
Nintendo has announced that the long-anticipated remake of Metroid 2, titled Metroid: Samus Returns, will be released on September 15th, along with a new Metroid-themed limited edition 3DS XL.
In a marketing slide, Intel has teased a new long and skinny SSD form factor that aspires to revolutionize enterprise storage, by cramming up to one petabyte in a single 1U server.
New leaked photos of Google's Pixel successor show the device's large bezels and confirm the existence of a camera bump and a shorter glass back panel. The device also lacks a 3.5mm headphone jack.
After reaching an out-of-court settlement, Google has now made its Chrome browser display a prompt to Russian users of Android devices, asking them to select their preferred search engine.
Previously only available to paying members, Slooh has now opened its live outer space feeds, which stream from telescopes on the Canary Islands and Chile, to anyone who signs up for a free account.
Electric vehicle start-up Faraday Future found a new location for the production of its cars. After abandoning plans for a $1 billion Nevada plant, the company will lease a California factory.
Online battle royale game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has recently added a few paid cosmetic items as part of a microtransaction system test and the items are going for insane prices.
Developer Tequila Works and publisher Grey Box have finally announced that RiME will be coming to the Nintendo Switch on November 14th for the US with Europe receiving the game on the 17th.
Two of Vuze's core developers who recently left the company have created BiglyBT, a new multi-platform open source torrent client that is completely ad-free and is licensed under the GPL.
Instagram has surpassed Snapchat's daily usage, a year after it introduced its own version of Snapchat's Stories and copied most of its features like the ability to send disappearing photos.
Hyperloop One has completed its second full-system test successfully, with the company's aluminum and carbon fiber XP-1 prototype pod going 2.7 times faster than the first test, reaching 192mph.
IBM Research and Sony Storage Media Solutions have created the sputtered magnetic tape, a cartridge that can store up to 330 terabytes of data and still fit into the palm of your hand.
Nintendo has announced in a post on its Facebook page that the company's much-anticipated retro console, the SNES Classic Edition, will be available to pre-order from various retailers this month.
After an agreement on technical rules that should guide Bitcoin's future could not be reached, a group has now created 'Bitcoin Cash', a new fork that addresses some issues Bitcoin has faced lately.
A team of modders is working on Grand Theft Space, an ambitious project that will not only enable GTA V players to go in space but also act as an API, allowing others to build their own space mods.
Following new regulations that ban the use of VPNs for individuals, Apple has now removed all major VPN apps from the App Store in China, which were used by many to bypass China's online censorship.
The Xbox One X enhanced version of the cooperative survival shooter Killing Floor 2 required minimal engineering effort to achieve 1800p fixed resolution and a higher frame rate using ultra textures.
The microblogging service released its latest financial statement earlier today, reporting revenue that beat Wall Street's expectations but the company failed to increase its monthly active users.
The online retail giant has filed a new patent that describes how the company's future fleet of delivery drones could scan your house and suggest services or products you might need.
Coding Dojo, one of the largest programming boot camps in the United States, will replace its Ruby on Rails course with Java, as the company sees lower interest in the language from employers.
The UK has announced that sales of petrol and diesel cars will be banned by 2040 as part of a plan that also includes retrofitting buses, reprogramming traffic lights and altering road layouts.
Elon Musk has posted a video on Instagram of a successful test of The Boring Company's car elevator that will be used at various access points along his proposed underground Hyperloop network.
President Donald Trump said in an interview that Apple CEO Tim Cook has promised to build three factories in the US. He also said that unemployed people should move and not care about their house.
According to sources from the supply chain, Facebook is working on a smart speaker with a 15-inch touch panel made by LG that is scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2018.
Researchers from MIT and Columbia University have developed InstantCAD, a new plug-in that integrates with existing CAD programs and enables designers to edit their models in real-time.
The Porsche Design Huawei Smartwatch features the same internals as the regular Huawei Watch 2, but has an upgraded luxurious exterior, with a black ceramic tachymeter scale and a soft leather strap.
A team of scientists studied data from two Apollo missions and the Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft and found evidence of water in almost every single lunar deposit that was a result of a volcanic eruption.
Two Norwegian companies are building the first electric, autonomous container ship, which will cost three times more than comparable conventional ships but will cut annual operating costs by 90%.
Microsoft's chatbot Zo has gone rogue again, saying some embarrassing things about the company's latest operating system, even going as far as saying it prefers Linux over Windows.