Google is running a small experiment to see if users are willing to pay a small monthly fee to stop seeing ads on the Web — and to stop Google tracking their online activities at the same time.
Android 5.0 Lollipop applies full disk encryption by default, which means that new devices like the Nexus 6 take a performance hit — AnandTech has the benchmarks that show just how bad it is.
The N1 Tablet marks Nokia's return to mobile hardware, just a short time after we thought it had left us forever. The Android-based, Z Launcher-equipped slate is great news for us today, and bodes very well for the future. Welcome back, Nokia.
Big Amazon shopper? How do you like the idea of booking a hotel through the site, too? From the start of next year, you may be able to do just that, as the Web company is reportedly gearing up to launch a hotel reservation service called Amazon Travel.
You might want to think twice before plugging your e-cig into your laptop to charge it, particularly if it's a cheaper brand — reports say some devices have been found to be carrying malware.
Gaming computers have become outlandishly powerful, but they're also loud. AVADirect has built a computer for those looking to play in peace, but has eliminating noise also hurt…
The month-long blackout of several key channels from Turner ends, as several major channels including CNN, TNT, Turner Classic movies, and others return to Dish Network.
Lost star Dominic Monaghan and X-Men: Days of Future Past actor Shawn Ashmore appear to be filming appearances in Quantum Break, if the screengrab of a now-deleted tweet is to be believed.
The European Parliament is considering a draft motion that would split Google up into different companies. The rationale is that Google has become too large of a company.
Chudy and Grase's Miito boils water without a tea kettle, so no water or energy is wasted. It uses an electromagnetic field to boil the amount of water you need for tea or any other use.
A new virtual realty app from Jaunt allows fans to view Paul McCartney perform live in virtual reality from multiple angles.
Rather than drawing power from a poorly camouflaged green wire, Aura's Christmas lights get their juice from a magnetic field that transfers energy to any receiver inside of it, so they're completely wireless and won't tangle.
Nokia has launched Predictive Traffic, a feature soon to be integrated with its Here Maps navigation program, which will help plan the fastest and least congested route up to 12 hours in advance.