Denon's in-ears have always been worth keeping an eye on, and its latest set of sport in-ears demonstrate why. They promise strong Bluetooth signal and a tough build alongside the audio quality the company is known for.
Smartphone maker Nokia (by way of HMD Global) will relaunch the famed 3310 at a February event in Barcelona, Spain. The durable, long-lasting smartphone is expected to retail for the equivalent of $62.
Looking for work? You can now add Facebook to the long list of career sites that can help you find a new job. On Wednesday, the company announced it is launching a new jobs bookmark on its mobile apps and the web.
Yahoo's security breaches are costing the company a cool quarter of a billion dollars. According to a Bloomberg report, Verizon Communications, which previously agreed to pay $4.8 billion for the tech giant, has now renegotiated the price.
Apple reportedly plans to oppose Nebraska's proposed "right to repair" legislation that would grant consumers and repair shops legal access to repair tools and manuals normally reserved for manufacturers.
Verify Apps, the Android tool that checks new and installed software against a list of known malware, is now a little more transparent about what it's scanning. The update's appearing for some Android device users.
The Galaxy Note 7 is still hurting Samsung. Apple has surpassed the South Korean giant in selling more smartphones globally in 2016's fourth quarter. It's a thin lead -- it only sold 256,000 more than Samsung's 76.78 million units.
Access control is nothing new in the office, where keys slowly migrated over to smart keycards. However, some startups now aim to give employers a vivid picture of their office environment by tracking their employees every move.
A Dutch town believes it may have a solution to combating pedestrians distracted by their smartphones. Officials are now running trials of LED strips embedded into sidewalks that notify whether it is safe to cross.