Computing
Computing

70-inch Dell touchscreen is at home in conference rooms, classrooms

The Dell C7016T 70-inch conference room or classroom touchscreen monitor supports several people working at the display with its 10-point touch capability and 176-degree viewing angle.
Web

Russian bill could force ISPs to store six months of content and metadata

A bill that just passed the Russian State Duma, the lower house of the legislature there, could force ISPs to store a staggering amount of data. Experts say it's not technically possible for them to comply with the law.
Computing

Asus Flip Chromebook successor could boast Skylake CPU

A system codenamed "Cave" that is referenced in the source code of Google's Chromium is thought to refer to a successor to the Asus Flip Chromebook that was released just last year.
Computing

Microsoft thinks gesture controls could be the best input medium for VR

Microsoft wants to put more than just hand-tracked controllers in games, it wants to put your whole hand in, by pioneering new short and long-range distance tracking of fingers and thumbs.
Android Army

Parking and traffic problems could soon be alleviated with Sidewalk Labs' Flow

Flow is a tool built by Sidewalk Labs, a startup owned by Alphabet, Inc. Documents show that Sidewalk Labs has proposed the smart city tool to the city of Columbus, Ohio, to better direct its traffic and parking.
Web

Access your account with the snap of a photo thanks to LogMeOnce’s PhotoLogin

Securely logging in to an account shouldn't be hard. To make logging in easier, LogMeOnce has introduced PhotoLogin, which can help you access your account by taking a photo, which is authorized through your smartphone.
Product Review

Huawei Matebook Review

Want fries with that? Huawei's first PC looks cheap, until you add extras.
Web

Small town library leads freedom of internet browsing charge

Despite concerns by local police and Homeland Security, the Kilton Public Library in Lebanon, New Hampshire allows masked internet use. The Tor browser is installed and accessible to all on four computers allowing complete anonymity.
Virtual Reality

Compute from the beach (or Mars) with Space, a VR office environment

Get ready to write up that report on the beach, or in space, or wherever you fancy, as the office of the future could well be virtual. Pygmal's 'Space' software lets you open up as many virtual displays as you want in virtual reality.
Computing

Dolphin 5.0 is here, and brings with it awesome improvements

After nearly two-and-a-half years, and countless hours of bug testing, Dolphin 5.0 is here, and brings with it a slew of new features and big fixes making it one of the best and most stable emulators out right now.
Mobile

Samsung patent filing gives clues to future of ‘Ahead,’ its Google-Glass-like device

Samsung has made a patent filing that may reveal the future direction of its a Google Glass-like device, called Ahead. The filing indicates it will have a tailor-made operating system.
Cool Tech

Groundbreaking random number algorithm may be boon for online security

Generating a string of random numbers is easy. The hard part is proving that they’re random. But as this algorithm's co-creator tells Digital Trends Marcin Pawłowski, "I really believe we can improve the security of communication for…