Looking for an easy A? PhotoMath solves equations with your phone’s camera

PhotoMath, an app for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone, lets you solve math problems with your smartphone's camera using optical character recognition.


There’s almost no chance Congress will force companies to decrypt their phones

Even though FBI director James Comey wants Congress to step in if companies don't decrypt their phones, lawmakers don't sound like they will do that. In fact, a measure expanding the FBI's surveillance power will most likely die in Congress.


Fury director’s adaptation of DC Comics’ Suicide Squad described as ‘Dirty Dozen with supervillains’

Fury director David Ayer describes his upcoming DC Comics movie Suicide Squad as "Dirty Dozen with supervillains" and asks why we need good guys in movies.


This snazzy entryway lamp pulls double duty as a smart security system

You can hardly tell just by looking at it, but the Kuna entryway light is absolutely packed with high-tech features -- including an HD video camera, motion sensing, and network connectivity.


Conquer Destiny’s most rewarding raid with our Vault of Glass guide [updated 10/21/2014]

Having trouble with Destiny's Vault of Glass raid? We're here to help! Check out our guide for step-by-step instructions, with video.


While hipsters relive the sound he pioneered, Gary Numan keeps forging forward

Remember the ‘80s? Gary Numan does, and he’s ready for something new. The electronic music pioneer talked with us about hi-res recording, the magic of the piano, and why he’s running alongside today’s electronic crowd – not in it.


Steam pulls game after its developer tweets death threat to Gabe Newell

Paranautical Activity, a roguelike FPS by Code Avarice, was pulled from the Steam store after its creator, Mike Maulbeck, posted threatening tweets about Valve founder Gabe Newell.


Need to switch from iPhone to Android? Google posted a guide that will help you

With the impending releases of the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, Google saw fit to publish a guide on how to make the switch from iOS to Android. While it's not all that in-depth, it's meant to give new users a running start.


We found Groot’s car! Bugatti Veyron recreated in 1:1 scale completely out of wood

As the Veyron reaches the end of its production life, limited-edition versions seem to be popping up everywhere. However, the 1:1 scale wooden replica of the car made by is truly one of a kind.


This Week in Music: Aretha Franklin takes on Adele, new Smashing Pumpkins single

New music is dropping all the time. It's time to get some new tunes in your ears. Here are our favorite new releases for the week, including Jessie Ware, Aretha Franklin, Gwen Stefani, Smashing Pumpkins, and more!


Want an iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini 3? Here’s where to buy one (updated)

Apple introduced the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 at an October 16 event. Now the two iPads are up for pre-order from carriers and retailers. Here's where to pre-order them.


Zepp Labs partners with PGA and MLB pros to improve your swing

Zepp Labs' updated baseball and golf apps feature video footage and data from MLB and PGA pros. Users can compare their swings to the pros' using the app.


A desktop PC for ants? Zotac’s latest Zbox is smaller than an iPhone 6 Plus

Interested in checking out what is among the smallest desktop PCs in the world? Read on to learn more about the latest from Zotac.


Where’s my CNN? Dish subscribers lose channels over Turner contract dispute

Dish subscribers woke up to a loss of several channels this morning, including CNN, Cartoon Network, and Turner Classic Movies, among others, thanks to a breakdown in contract negotiations between Dish Network and Turner Broadcasting.

Home Theater

Thanks to Songza, Google Play Music now tells you what you want to hear

Google Play Music harnesses the power of Songza to give you context-based listening suggestions. The redesigned app is available on Android, iOS, and the Web.