Computing
Computing

Google sneaks in upgrade of Safe Browsing API, says it’s been guarding some users for months

Google has launched new APIs for its Safe Browsing service, which provides lists of known suspicious, malicious sites. The search giant says the feature provides an easy, lightweight way for developers to protect their users.
Virtual Reality

Oculus DRM breaks hack that made Rift exclusives playable on other headsets

It was fun while it lasted. Oculus Rift exclusive titles no longer work on the HTC Vive VR platform. An updated to the Oculus App broke the workaround, meaning anyone who bought Rift games can only play them on a Rift.
Computing

Dell's huge P4317Q is the newest multi-client monitor in town

Dell has unleashed the P4317Q, or what it calls the Dell 43 Multi-Client Monitor. It features a 43-inch screen and inputs to support four clients. There are also a handful of USB 3.0 ports for adding peripherals and charging a mobile…
Cool Tech

Google and LG built a gesture-controlled smartwatch using Project Soli

Google has made some serious developments on Soli since it first showed off the tech at Google I/O last year. In fact, it made a smartwatch and speaker with Soli, able to be controlled with simple hand gestures.
Computing

The 12 best MacBook (2016) cases, covers, and sleeves

We’ve got all sorts of MacBook cases and covers listed here, with all the details you need to make a decision on which one is for you. Whatever your preferred style, or budget, we’ll get you hooked up.
Computing

AMD will reveal Polaris updates, A-Series chips, and more during Computex 2016

AMD confirmed this week that it's holding a press event to reveal new products during the Computex 2016 show, not before. The event will be live-streamed to the company's dedicated Computex page and its investors page. AMD is expected to…
Mobile

Houzz takes the crown as the Best App at the Google Play Awards

Google live-streamed the first-ever Google Play Awards yesterday at Google I/O. The company picked 10 winners across varying categories, ranging from most innovative, to best standout startup.
Computing

Google axes backspace navigation in Chrome, but might return it if geeks rebel

If you've ever lost a form full of typed information because you hit backspace at the wrong time or place, never fear. Google has your back. It's killing off the backspace navigation function to see how we all get on without it.
Photography

Make your own DIY Polaroid camera with a Rasberry Pi and a receipt printer

This clever instant camera is made from a Raspberry Pi computer and a thermal printer, stuffed inside a cardboard box. Adafruit provides instructions on how you can make one at home.
Computing

Asus has quietly put up a ZenBook UX306UA notebook listing on its website

Asus currently lists on its website the ZenBook UX306UA, a refresh of its super-thin laptop sporting a new backlit keyboard and a USB Type-C port. Right now, the release date is unknown, but the laptop will pack an Intel Core i7 or a Core…
Product Review

ZyXEL AC2200 MU-MIMO router Review

Zyxel’s NBG6815 router is an affordable solution to your Wi-Fi woes
Computing

Microsoft dishing out $500 bonuses to some developers who port Buildbox games to Windows 10

Microsoft and Vungle have teamed up with Buildbox to dish out $500 to developers who port their Buildbox-based games to Windows 10. However, there are a few rules, such as choosing Vungle as the sole in-app advertiser, generating…