Samsung and Tesla have reportedly agreed to work together for the long-term, with the South Korean company building custom chips and processors for the automaker's upcoming self-driving vehicles.
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Movie studios and content distributors are looking for a new way to bring their movies inside viewers' homes, shortly after the cinema release. iTunes is one platform that may get access to this.
Google's artificially intelligent Assistant will soon become much more useful. The company is opening up the service and letting users connect to external services through natural voice commands.
A new, credible report reiterates many of the rumors surrounding the Galaxy S8, like the bezel-less design and lack of a home button, and brands them as true, citing people with direct knowledge.
The Bluetooth 5 standard has been finalized and is now ready to be implemented by device manufacturers. It'll show up in many of next year's devices, offering faster speeds and connectivity range.
Western Digital has announced it's expanding its portfolio of hard drives, with the addition of two new models, currently in testing. Both use Shingled Magnetic Recording and offer 12 or 14TB.
More than a year after launch, Apple's Music streaming service now has 20 million paying subscribers. While that's an impressive user base, it's still only half that of Spotify, Apple's competitor.
Intel and AMD might be entering into a patent licensing agreement, according to a credible industry watcher. If true, we may end up seeing Radeon graphics tech integrated into Intel's chips.
Apple has recently been criticized for its closed nature and lack of transparency when it comes to basic research. The company now seems to be addressing some of those issues.
Amazon has done the math to find out there's no faster or cheaper way to move around huge amounts of data, than by using a truck. Enter the Snowmobile, AWS's new mobile datacenter.
Researchers have uncovered a security flaw, that would let an attacker guess the numbers and security details of a credit card simply by using legitimate online shopping sites.
After more than a year of speculation and rumors, Netflix has finally launched offline playback. The feature is available on all plans, but only some shows can currently be downloaded.
The Megaprocessor, currently on display in Cambridge, is a scaled up version of a modern processor, built by hand. Users can walk around it and actually see how its 42,000 transistors compute.
OnePlus' co-founder took to Twitter to address some of the feedback regarding a so-called "touch issue" on its recent devices. He said it would get fixed, but Android 7.0 Nougat is more important now.
The UK's Advertising Standards Authority has been investigating, Valve and Hello Games for two months relating to No Man's Sky marketing. The regulator has now concluded everyone's innocent.
A large number of National Lottery online accounts may have been hacked, according to the draw's operator. Luckily, no money seems to have been taken from affected accounts, at least not yet.
The Internet Archive, which has saved countless websites, digital publications, games, and software in its databases, is looking to create a full backup of its archive somewhere in Canada.
Samsung Electronics will answer on Tuesday an official proposal to split the company in two. The move, pushed for by a US hedge fund, would come as Samsung is dumping underperforming divisions.
Chinese researchers claim their neural net was able to tell criminals apart from law-abiding citizens, with a 90% success rate, just by looking at their faces. Further study is obviously needed.
Apple teased its upcoming Black Friday deals earlier in the week but now the day is finally here and the company has published its full offer. We have the details on which items are eligible.
An HTC executive took to Twitter to announce that some versions of the HTC 10 handset will receive Android 7.0 Nougat today, but it's unclear when the update will become available for other devices.
The HTC Vive is being discounted in a number of deals today, but the best one yet comes from Microsoft. The company is selling the headset with a discount of $100, with a further $140 in savings.
The European Commission became the target of a massive distributed denial of service on Thursday. No data was breached, though internet service was taken out for the better part of the day.
Samsung is reportedly in talks with Lenovo to sell off its struggling PC division. This would see the biggest PC maker become even bigger, and follows Samsung selling off its printer business to HP.
Microsoft has been developing "holoportation" as a new way of communicating when wearing a HoloLens or HTC Vive head-mounted display. Now the team managed to create a mobile version of the system.
The US Navy has said that data on over 130,000 of its sailors, including social security numbers, has been accessed by "unknown individuals". The situation is currently being monitored.
Google's DeepMind can now recognize human words and phrases by looking at how a person's lips move. It already scores higher than professional human lip-readers and the system will only get better.
The target list includes journalists from the New York Times, GQ, Politco and other publications but also diplomats, professors and security researchers. The attacks took place over the last month.
Microsoft announced it would eventually retire its Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) in 2018, but security researchers are urging the company to keep EMET around longer.
The US federal authorities are recommending that devices like Apple's iPhone or Samsung's Galaxys should detect when they're being used by a vehicle's driver and limit their own functionality.
Google is updating its Popular Times features inside of the Maps app. The new version brings a real-time service that lets you see how busy a shop, business or restaurant is, right now.
Facebook has reportedly created a tool to let Chinese authorities police what content is posted on the social network. This is seen as a move to get back inside the country's huge market.
The UK crusade against online porn has been taken to another level as the country's rules now require online videos to fall under the same censorship rules as published DVDs.
Samsung has been rumored to be working on a glossy version of the Galaxy S7 edge. Now the device, with its Glossy Black finish, has been photographed in the wild, by a Samsung executive, no less.
Some Facebook users have woken up to find they've received small checks from the company. Surprisingly enough, the checks are legitimate, and they're part of Facebook's settlement from a 2011 suit.
Users who managed to join Honor's beta testing program, are now getting the newest update available to their OS. The update comes with UI changes and performance improvements in different areas.
In the quest for a battery revolution, scientists have created a so-called super-capacitor, able to charge up in seconds and last a week. This advance uses 2D nanomaterials to pack energy densely.
Security researchers and ATM manufacturers are warning that attackers have managed to compromise ATMs and are stealing money after they force the devices to 'spit out' cash.
Last year Apple skipped Black Friday entirely, leaving many to wonder if the company would do so again this season. But now the company has published a teaser page for upcoming deals later this week.
Facebook's internet-delivering Aquila drone took its first test flight earlier this summer. Though deemed a success at the time, the drone crashed on landing, prompting an investigation by the NTSB.
A video that's being passed around online can easily crash almost any iPhone in a matter of minutes. Users just have to watch it, and iPhones crash very soon afterwards. Luckily, the fix is simple.
HTC has unveiled a new device destined for international markets. Known as the HTC 10 evo, the device offers some very nice specs and water resistance but comes with last year's processors.
The Samsung Galaxy S8, expected to launch early next year, is bound to be an impressive device. Now we know some of the accessories and covers that will launch alongside the device.
Microsoft has created a new team of researchers and engineers to take the company's quantum computing efforts to the next level. The company says it's time to actually build its own quantum computers.
Intel has announced the upcoming launch of a new class of processors and platform dedicated to AI, called Nervana. The company says it wants to achieve 100x speed increases compared to GPUs.
The latest "State of the Internet" report from Akamai shows the growth in number and scope of DDoS attacks around the world. In just three months, there were 19 attacks with over 100Gbps of data.
Microsoft has unveiled all the games that are getting massive discounts for Black Friday. Starting today, you can purchase titles like Battlefield 1 and FIFA 17 for up to 40% less.
Qualcomm has unveiled its upcoming Quick Charge 4.0 technology, expected to become available next year. It offers even faster charging rates and 30% more efficiency compared to current technology.
A flaw inside of iPhone 6 models was leaving handsets with touch capabilities and with flickering screens. Now, months after being discovered, Apple is finally admitting to the problem.
Vuforia's latest SDK supports Microsoft's HoloLens and imbues the device with the power to recognize real world objects and surface information, schematics, and suggestions based on what it sees.