The newly announced Osmo Coding kit allows kids to snap together instructions on physical blocks to create their own wee programs and control an on-screen character. Digital Trends spoke with Pramod Sharma, Osmo’s CEO and founder.
Comcast's implementation of data caps has caused plenty of controversy over the last couple of years, but a new amendment to the company's policies might actually make things a little more fair for customers.
On the Internet, active communities can pop up around anything -- even updating a 13-year-old hockey game long since abandoned by the company that made it. Meet NHL 2004 Rebuilt, the best hockey game you've never heard of.
Toshiba is looking to expand its SSD offerings with a high-powered NVMe model, known as the RD400. Available in capacities from 128GB right through to a terabyte, the RD400 is a powerful storage solution with a reasonable price tag.
Virtual reality is so much better when we can interact with it naturally, which is why the addition of HTC Vive controllers to the BigScreen social VR experience is such big news. Now, you can go totally mouse-free, letting you…
Microsoft annoyed a lot of people by making the Windows 10 upgrade opt-out, rather than opt-in, but it's already responded to the outrage by adding another notification, to help those who are set to upgrade without their consent.
Paying off criminals doesn't always work, as Kansas Heart Hospital learned this week. They paid off ransomware, only to be asked for more money by the attackers. It's just the latest in a long string of hospital ransomware attacks.
Corsair introduced a Dominator Platinum ROG Edition memory kit with four 4GB DDR4 sticks designed specifically for Asus ROG Intel 100 Series motherboards. These sticks boast a clock speed up to 3,333MHz.
High tech street surveillance centers are coming to smaller cities to fight crime. Often funded by drug forfeiture money and federal grants, the tech centers enable real-time information transfer to officers on the street.