Paper is so last century — reMarkable tablet aims to make it obsolete

Meet the reMarkable, a rather self-confidently named tablet now available for preorder geared towards folks who want the feel of paper, and the convenience of a tablet. It's slated to begin shipping next summer.

5 songs you need to stream this week: Paul Simon, Fufanu, and more

Not sure what new music to listen to? We'll let you know what new tracks and albums dropping this week are worthy of your attention. Up this week: Paul Simon, Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam, and more.

Forget speakers — just use everyone’s phones with Amplify

Who needs speakers at a party when you've dozens of guests, and all their mobile phones? The only addition you need is Amplify, a new app that wants to get everyone's smartphone playing the same tune at the same time.

VetPronto wants to make it easier to care for your pets by sending vets to you

There's a startup hoping to make the process of caring for your pets a bit less painful. Meet VetPronto, a company that believes that it's not just man who deserves a house call from his doctor -- man's best friend deserves the same.

Homeland Security contractor says Chinese software secretly infected Blu phones

Chinese Android software secretly transmitted personal data including text messages, call details, and contacts from tens of thousands of phones sold by Florida-based smartphone maker Blu.

Text up a storm with the best messaging apps for iOS and Android

These days, most people tend to favor digital messages over phone calls. Thankfully, these apps will allow you to share photos and documents, send text messages, and carry out a range of other tasks with the benefit of end-to-end…

What’s the difference between 4G and LTE? 2:29

Wireless standards are confusing -- it doesn't matter if you're talking about 4G, LTE, WiMax, or others. Here, were break down the differences between 4G and LTE, so you can make sense of how they play out in real-world scenarios.

Uber’s surveillance feature tracks your location before and after your ride

As promised, the Uber app now has a surveillance feature that enables it to track riders from the time of the request until 5 minutes after the trip. Riders must allow location tracking in order for it to work and can turn it off later.

Ordering a beautiful Galaxy S6? We’ve got 30 cases you may want

The Samsung Galaxy S6 represents a beautiful fusion of metal and glass, but it’s still a fragile beauty that's prone to cracks and scratches if you don't protective it. Here are few of our favorite cases for the aging device.

Mayoral suggestion to name Parisian street after Steve Jobs causes quite the stir

It seemed like an innocuous enough suggestion, but a proposal from the mayor to name a street in Paris after late Apple CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs has really ruffled some feathers.

Airbnb drops NYC lawsuit after agreement on short-term rental law enforcement

With agreement from the NYC's mayor's office that the short-term rental law would be enforced only against hosts, Airbnb dropped its lawsuit. The law forbidding short-term rentals applies to buildings with three or more units.

Did Uber help drivers break the law in Denmark?

Aiding and abetting criminal activity isn't just a charge reserved for people -- apparently, companies can get in hot water for the same thing. The latest to be charged with such a crime is none other than controversy-magnet Uber.