Google is trying to promote Android Wear, and its latest attempt at this is the "Magic Minute Project," which shows "what time means" to different people. For example, Kie Willis filmed a 60-second Parkour trial for the project.
YouTube has released its most viewed ads of 2016, showing some pretty interesting trends. The top ad? The Arnold Schwarzenegger-starring Mobile Strike Super Bowl ad. Also on the list are the Samsung Galaxy S7 introduction ad, and a Pokémon…
Facebook released its annual year-in-review list, which shows what the top trending topics were during 2016. Apart from the obvious No. 1 topic, the U.S. election, the list includes the death of two legends and Brazilian politics.
As promised, Google now offers two additional Daydream View headset models on the Google Store: Crimson (red) and Snow (white). They still cost $80 but only work with a handful of smartphones for the moment like Google's two Pixel phones.
Running isn't always easy, especially if you lack motivation. Luckily, these apps offer GPS tracking, leaderboards, achievements, sharing capabilities, and a host of other encouraging tools to help keep you on track.
Microsoft and Qualcomm said this week that cellular-enabled PCs with Snapdragon processors will arrive next year using the full-blown version of Windows 10. Desktop software used on Intel and AMD-based machines will run on an emulator.
Google Daydream is an Android-first mobile platform for virtual reality apps and games. The Daydream View headset is available on the Google Store now. Here is a list of devices that support the platform, plus the latest on apps, games, and…
AMD's annual driver suite refresh has arrived as Crimson ReLive Edtion, packing lots of goodies such as an in-game overlay, a revamped settings menu, expanded hardware support for Radeon WattMan, and more.