Study finds inaccuracies in Fitbit's heart rate trackers, but questions remain

According to a recent study conducted by two researchers, the Fitbit Charge HR and Surge exhibit inaccurate heart rate measurements. However, as with any other study, do not take the study's results as irrefutable evidence.

Who is Donald Trump? Comparison video puts top visual search apps to the test

CamFind and Blippar claim to be the best visual search app. They were put to a test: Could they identify Donald Trump from a picture and describe who he is? Let's find out.
Social Media

Your search is over: Facebook lets you skip straight to the best part of live videos

You'll no longer have to sit through Facebook Live videos to find something of interest -- Facebook will now include a timeline of reactions, helping you skip to the best part without having to watch an entire video.

Full list of supposed Samsung Galaxy S7 Active specs leaked ahead of next month's launch

Now that the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are out of the way, Samsung may be readying other variants -- quite possibly the Galaxy S7 Active. AT&T is reportedly testing a device that resembles the model number of last year's Galaxy S6 Active.
Movies & TV

A Fruit Ninja film is in the works and nothing is safe from the long arm of Hollywood

Now that Angry Birds has opened big at the box office, Fruit Ninja is on its way from the the tiny screens on mobile device, to big screens across the country. Ladies and gentleman, hide your produce.

Windows 10 Anniversary Update launches new hardware requirements, but don't panic

Microsoft has provided new hardware requirements for Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 desktop, Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview, and the IoT Core. Screen sizes have changed, memory requirements have been altered, and more.

Classic Square Enix RPG ‘Romancing SaGa 2’ translated for iOS, Android debut

Square Enix's 16-bit role-playing game Romancing SaGa 2 will be playable in English for the first time ever with this week's upcoming launch of a fully featured port for iOS and Android devices.

Say goodbye to passwords on Android: Trust API could launch by the end of the year

Is there such a thing as a password-free world that's truly secure? You bet there is. Android developers will soon be able to use Google's Trust API to ensure you will never have to type a password again.

A nonprofit Uber? Ride Austin promises better driver pay, charity donations

Ride Austin is a new philanthropic, community-driven ride-sharing service for the capital city of Texas. It was created after Uber and Lyft left the city in protest. The new service will allow riders to donate a portion of their fares to a…

Lyft may soon let you book rides up to 24 hours in advance

Lyft is testing a feature that could finally let customers book rides in advance. The feature is currently only being tested by Lyft employees, but could be opened up to customers in the near future.

3nder, a dating app for threesomes, looks to sock it to rival Tinder

Tired of going on dates with just one person at a time? There may be a solution, but you'll have to act fast before it's forced out of the dating game. Meet 3nder, the app that lets you bring a third person into your digital…

Pebble says we’re ‘in for a treat’ — Will it be a new smartwatch?

Pebble seems to have a big announcement up its sleeve -- the company has begun counting down to a product reveal on its website. But what will that product be? A new smartwatch, perhaps? Maybe a software update?