This is how OneDrive works in Windows 10

In Windows 10, OneDrive is turning into a central sync and storage hub across apps, devices, and platforms. Cortana lets you search and open files stored on OneDrive, and with remote access, you can open files stored on another computer via the OneDrive web…


Like kale, letting the FDA regulate wearables is bitter, but it’s good for you

FDA regulation may slow down the gadget train, but it’s a small price to pay for knowing that devices meant to help us won’t accidentally harm us.


Nexus 6 fingerprint scanner plans thwarted by Apple

Former Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has revealed in an interview the Nexus 6 almost had a fingerprint scanner fitted to its rear panel, but plans were abandoned when its supplier couldn't deliver the component on time.


Apple starts offering free content via new section in its iTunes store

Apple recently did away with its weekly offer of a free music track on iTunes, though U.S.-based users can from this week access a new section of the online store offering a bunch of free songs as well as episodes from recent TV shows.


Apple HomeKit devices unlikely to land till spring at earliest

If you've been waiting patiently to get your hands on some Apple HomeKit devices since the home automation system was unveiled last June, you'll have to sit tight a little longer, as nothing's expected to land till spring at the earliest.


Malaysia Airlines website hit by Lizard Squad hackers

Malaysia Airlines is dealing with an attack on its official website, apparently carried out by hacking group Lizard Squad. The carrier insists its servers have not been compromised, though Lizard Squad claims otherwise.


Awesome tech you can’t buy yet, for the week of January 25, 2015

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!

Cool Tech

2017 Jeep Wrangler may go hybrid, constructed from aluminum and carbon fiber

Jeep Boss Mike Manley recently speculated in an interview what upgrades the Wrangler might see for its 2017 update. Focusing on its iconic image, as well as improving fuel economy and driving performance, Manley mulls ideas for powerplants and lighter build…


Got Nest? Some insurance companies reward smart-home device owners

Some insurance companies want to know if you use a smart thermostat to regulate your home's temperature and have a sensor that alerts when there's a water leak; in fact, they want to reward you for these smart home devices.


The six best monitors for gaming

These screens are tuned for crisp images and perfect response times, with refresh rates faster than the human eye and special features that will keep you alive longer in Counter Strike - if your rig can handle it.


The creator of Destiny’s raids knows the first DLC had problems, and he has some fixes in mind

Destiny's lead raid designer Luke Smith pays a visit to NeoGAF to talk directly to fans about the mistakes made with the game's first DLC, The Dark Below, and a rough outline of how those concerns will be addressed in the next one.


Google Fiber in North Carolina to be announced this week, work might start in April

Google Fiber’s next stop appears to be North Carolina, according to sources and some connect-the-dots conjecturing. An announcement could be made as early as this week. Google remains mum on the potential endeavor.


Take a look at the remastered Homeworld and find out what’s next for the classic series

Gearbox Software confirms a February 27, 2015 release for Homeworld Remastered Collection, offering a first look at how the 15 year old game looks in action. The studio also confirmed a new game in the series.