Google's debuting new features in the Chrome browser for Android that promise to speed up web browsing. One, Data Saver, compresses web pages on the fly, while another removes unnecessary images and background elements.
A commissioner from the Federal Communications Commission has asked the agency to investigate the banning of journalists’ Wi-Fi hotspots at Monday’s presidential debate at Hofstra University. Press were required to pay $200 for Wi-Fi…
Google's new smartphones are coming on October 4. They are rumored to be the 5-inch Pixel and 5.5-inch Pixel XL, and they will be marketed as the first smartphones "made by Google." Here's everything you need to know.
Featuring the ability to show users exactly what is in their tap water -- like mercury or lead -- the Ecomo water bottle plans to launch its funding campaign via Kickstarter during the first week of October.
Google unveiled YouTube Go, a lightweight client for slow internet connections like those seen in India, at an event in Dehli, India, on Tuesday. It's launching later this year as part of a limited beta.
Samsung is working hard at recalling the Galaxy Note 7 over risk of the battery exploding, however the company may note be out of the woods just yet. A supposedly 'safe' Galaxy Note 7 may have caught fire in China.
OEMs such as Hewlett Packard and Dell are seeing increasing demand for notebooks, but are hitting a brick wall thanks to a shortage of laptop components. "Conservative" suppliers are forcing OEMs to find business elsewhere.
A majority of Swiss voters voted in favor of a referendum that extends government surveillance powers. The new law permits monitoring first, approval later. Application of the new powers is limited to the Swiss intelligence agency.