After weeks of striking against Verizon, employees agreed to put down their pickets as the company reached an agreement with unions. The new contract still needs to be approved by unions, though odds indicate it will happen soon.
The latest version of the Facebook app for Windows 10 allows users to exclusively broadcast from compatible desktops and tablets. For everyone else, the livestreaming service is still only available on smartphones.
Are you interested in taking pictures of your food that your friends and family actually want to see, or even ask to see? This trick will help take your food photos to that level, and it's so simple that anyone can do it.
Asus has launched two new cards based on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 "Pascal" GPU, one of which has two turbo speeds for PC gamers and overclockers to cuddle up to. As expected, the cards don't come cheap, with a starting price of $620.
We talk about everything this week, from the Hyperloop to SpaceX, and even get into a debate on if esports gamers are actual athletes or not. Join the DT crew as we discuss some of the hottest tech stories of the week.
SpaceX hopes to safely bring another Falcon 9 rocket home tonight after launching a Thai telecommunications satellite over 20,000 miles above Earth, into a high-elliptical orbit known as geostationary transfer orbit (GTO).
Since no one on the planet likes folding their own laundry, a San Francisco-based company has developed the Foldimate — a robotic laundry-folding machine that's capable of folding an individual piece of clothing in ten seconds.