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Usually you see Instagram borrowing features from Snapchat, but the reverse is true this time around. Snapchat has added
Range anxiety could soon be a thing of the past for electric vehicle drivers in the UK, as National Grid
Tesla isn't immune to the plague of cryptocurrency mining hijacks, it seems. Security researchers at RedLock have reported that
Your smartphone could soon be a fully functional microscope capable of examining samples as small as 1/200th of a millimeter.
Spotify appears to be working a smart speaker that it says will be "category defining," according to new job listings.
Amazon has announced that its Rewards Visa will now offer users the same level of reward when they shop at
It may be time to find a new go-to keyboard if you're still using Swype after all these years. Swype
Nearly two years ago Samsung released a 15.36TB drive that it said had the most capacity of any SSD. Now,
Manually paying your bills online usually involves jumping between multiple apps or websites, but Google might have an easier way.
As the Winter Olympics continue (expect plenty of speedskating, bobsled, hockey and freestyle skiing), we're ready for the return of
PlayStation VR's adorable murine tale Moss finally has a release date. Next Tuesday, February 27th, you'll be able to guide
Amazon's latest Prime Video production won't just rely on star power to reel you in -- it should also appeal
Google keeps making the web easier to use with its Chrome browser, from filtering ads on the desktop to getting
Toy drones have been cheap and plentiful over the past few years, but it's really hard for new products to
Alphabet's health science company Verily has announced a wide range of projects, from developing smartwatches made for medical studies to
At this rate, there might not be much mystery left to the Galaxy S9 when Samsung reveals it on February