Which candidate prefers an iPhone, and which prefers Android? A person’s choice of smartphone can say a lot about their personality — and, according to a recent study, their honesty. Which would you chose?
8Bitdo’s wireless N64 controller is less than a month away from shipping. Here’s how you can order the retro device that is compatible with iOS, Android and PCs
Science is ever-changing. Some of the coolest things happening now include sponge batteries, mars missions, private space stations, solar roads, glowing paths, and bleeding veggies burgers, oh my!
A future Apple Watch can read gestures and identify you by monitoring your blood’s oxygen content.
Find out where and how to buy a new PlayStation VR. The new headset comes in several different bundles and can be purchased from several online or brick and mortar retailers.
You don’t have to limit yourself to your iPhone’s built-in camera. Here are the hottest phone camera lenses that promise clearer photos at higher zoom.
You can save hundreds in rental fees to Comcast by supplying your own networking gear.
Samsung’s Note 7 fumble means it’s going to need the Galaxy S8 to be a real winner. New rumors suggest the tech giant will be making some huge changes to the physical appearance of the S8, from the screen’s bezel to the home button.
Lithium Ion batteries can cause fires when not working properly. Here’s how you can take care of the battery found in iPhones and laptops.
The Supreme Court will examine its first design patent case in over 100 years in Apple v. Samsung. See where professionals from Nike, Google, etc. stand.
Samsung has halted production of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones for the time being, amid reports that replacement devices have been catching fire.
A Galaxy Note 7 replacement caught on fire aboard a Southwest flight. Some phone carriers have offered to exchange the phones in response.
Twitter is fielding acquisition bids this week. Interested candidates include Salesforce, Google, Microsoft and Facebook.
Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke at the Oculus Connect 2016 keynote about a “people-first” virtual reality experience without apps. He demonstrated in real-time a new VR experience where he and two other VR avatars traveled to the bottom of the ocean, Mars, Facebook’s HQ and Zuckerberg’s home. They played games, watched a video, answered a video call, and took a selfie all in VR without opening any apps.