Apple has been having some trouble defining the role of its Watch. Having relegated it to the fitness market, the company now reportedly hopes to build on that and push into the healthcare sector.
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YouTube Go is a new official app that will allow users to not only enjoy downloaded YouTube content but also share it without using up any data. The new app will roll out in the coming months.
OnePlus is known among tech enthusiasts for its devices that are exclusively sold online. But starting this week, the OnePlus 3 handset will also be available from an actual carrier, O2 in the UK.
Google is expanding a program where the company partners with local businesses and institutions around the world. The aim is to bring free, wireless internet to everyone, everywhere.
Apple's iOS 10 may be an outlier when it comes to improved security. Researchers are saying Apple took a big step backwards with the way it hashes backup passwords. Apple says it will fix the issue.
Microsoft's business and enterprise event, Ignite, is about to kick off today. The company's expected to share news on Office 365, Azure and Windows 10 in the enterprise. Watch along live right here.
Microsoft has promised to improve its energy use, be more transparent and rely on more renewable energy for its datacenters. The company says it will use 50% green energy by 2018.
Google is open sourcing a new version of its image-captioning, machine-learning AI system. It is four times faster and significantly better than its predecessors at analyzing and understanding images.
YouTube, known for its toxic comments and massive number of inappropriate videos is asking its users for help to clean up the website. Through the Heroes program users are expected to report content.
London's top cop explained he'd want a system that allowed law enforcement officers to remotely take over and stop a car if it was deemed necessary. The idea was part of a wider conversation on IT.
For years content creators have been arguing that the way Facebook reports views and time spent by users watching videos is completely unrepresentative. Today the company admitted as much.
An investigation that tracked 250 products on Amazon showed that the company promotes its own products, or those from partners that pay, instead of showing users the cheapest offers available.
Victorian police is warning residents against ever using any of the infected devices that have shown up in people's mailboxes. The drives are considered to be "extremely harmful".
Google is facing three distinct charges against it from the EU: Android abuse, unfair online shopping practices, and blocking ad competitors. The company only has a few weeks left to answer.
Security researchers have proven they can hack into and control some Tesla cars. They were able to open the car's doors, turn on some of its systems and even stop it in the middle of the road.
Nintendo's upcoming NX has been shrouded in mystery though well-connected individuals have revealed some of the company's plans. The latest to hint at what NX can do is The Pokémon Company's CEO.
After months of testing the feature in beta, and releasing an app for Android, Opera's VPN feature is now finally available for all users. All you need do is upgrade to the new version of the browser.
Just as promised, the Oculus Rift is now available at various retailers in the UK, France and Germany. Unfortunately, there's still no sign of the company's new motion-tracking Touch controllers.
Western Digital has unveiled a new SDXC card with a whopping 1TB of storage. Aimed at video creators, and those working with huge amounts of data, the new card will be sold under the SanDisk brand.
In what has become a daily tradition, Google's upcoming Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones have been leaked once again. This time in no less than 3 leaks, showing the two devices and sharing pricing info.
Microsoft may soon be known for a lot more than just its operating system. The company's researchers are combining big data, biology and machine learning to help fight cancer, with promising results.
A number of images purportedly showing the upcoming Google devices have been leaked on the internet. While only showing the front plates of the devices, the new images offer a very close-up look.
Last week HP printers stopped working and started displaying an error message, seemingly out of nowhere. Now HP has admitted the error is intentional, and designed to hamper use of 3rd party ink.
Samsung recently launched the entry-level Galaxy Folder 2, but the company is gearing up for a bigger, high-end release with the SM-W2017. And here's a look at the new phone in leaked images.
OnePlus is rolling out a brand new update for its OnePlus 3 flagship. OxygenOS version 3.2.6, as it's dubbed, addresses some of the recent issues that have popped up and comes with many bugfixes.
Apple's new Messages comes with support for animated gifs, bringing the service in line with its competitors. But on some searches, the service - powered by Bing - returns some rather racy results.
Net neutrality is a hotly contested, albeit boring, aspect of how the internet works. But now, Stanford researchers have proposed a way forward that marries net neutrality with internet fast lanes.
Turns out you don't need infinite monkeys and infinite typewriters - you just need a single monkey and brain-scanning technology to get it to type out Hamlet, or even The New York Times.
Last month, OnePlus decided to stop sales of its new flagship in a number of major markets because it couldn't keep up with demand. Now, the OnePlus 3 is once again available for purchase.
Google's DeepMind division is famous for its artificial intelligence work. Now the team has developed a new way of creating speech, that's better and more realistic sounding that everything else.
Bethesda just announced that it would not be bringing Fallout 4 or Skyrim mods to the PlayStation 4 because Sony won't allow it. This makes the Xbox the only console to support mods for these titles.
The higher-end Pascal-based graphics cards from Nvidia, like the new GTX 1080 and 1070, are selling very well. According to supply chain reports, Nvidia's chips are in short supply right now.
Facebook has been once again accused of censorship after repeatedly deleting content and taking action against journalists and Norway's prime minister. The content in question features a naked child.
The Oculus Rift has been shipping with an Xbox One controller since its launch, but the company's own Touch controllers are expected to make their debut soon - and now we know what they'll cost.
Sling TV users now have a dedicated app on Windows 10. The company has always supported the platform with a regular desktop version, but the new Windows Store app has a number of extra features.
Noted performer and Apple enthusiast Stephen Fry shared his thoughts on the company's tax problems straight from the iPhone 7 unveiling event. He said Apple should be paying a lot more in taxes.
The latest version of Nvidia's GeForce Experience brings a complete revamp of the application. It's now faster, cleaner and more useful than ever, but also requires users to log in.
Apple has just announced the new iPhone 7 models for this year, with the company keeping the same pricing scheme as last year. That is unless you're in the UK, where price have gone up significantly.
It's hard to believe it, but the day we get to officially see the new iPhone 7 is finally here. You can watch along live as Apple takes the stage and here's how to do it, no matter the device you use.
A new patent from South Korea shows that Samsung has been considering creating a phone capable of running both Android and Windows Mobile at the same time, with each OS operating independently.
The latest data from NetMarketShare shows that Windows 10 is still on healthy growth trajectory, even after the free offer has ended and users have started to pay for the operating system.
The EU proudly announced that roaming charges would become a thing of the past for its citizens. Unfortunately, it looks like there are important loopholes and caveats with some surcharges remaining.
After sending out preview versions of a big revamp of its OxygenOS operating system, now OnePlus has confirmed what many had speculated: it will be merging OxygenOS with HydrogenOS.
In a speech in China, the US president called for de-escalation of cyber tensions between major world powers. He suggested governments should stop hacking each other and go after cyber criminals.
Sony's CEO, Kaz Hirai, explained in an interview that his company was looking to rejoin the mobile gaming market with new titles. The move follows the huge success of Pokémon GO.
Samsung has partnered with another company and created a smart belt, its aim: to keep you fit and healthy. The WELT belt has just been funded on Kickstarter and will be shipping in January 2017.
AMD has announced the availability of its new Bristol Ridge processors for desktops. The new chips offer better graphics and support for Ultra HD media, and run on the AM4 socket.
Google is expected to launch new Nexus smartphones this fall, albeit under the Pixel brand. While many of their specs are already known, the OS they'll be running is rumored to be Android 7.1 Nougat.
A new credible report reinforces previous rumors, suggesting Google's upcoming Pixel XL and Pixel handsets, successors to existing Nexus devices, will feature identical, powerful cameras.
One of the big features rumored to be coming to this year's iPhone is a new dual-sensor camera, and now Samsung is rumored to be using a similar system for next year's Galaxy S8 flagship phone.