WhatsApp and Google have announced a new partnership that allows Android users to backup all their messaging data through Google Drive, meaning even if you lose or destroy a device, you don't lose all the information.
For most of us, the closest we'll ever be to a fashion shoot comes in reruns of America's Next Top Model. But thanks to the wonders of Jaunt VR, you can now join Drew Barrymore on her cover shoot with InStyle Magazine.
BlackBerry's next phone is a slider called the Priv, and it's going to run Android. The confirmation comes after a stream of rumors, and the device being briefly shown off at MWC 2015. Here's what we know about it so far.
Michael Fassbender wasn't the first actor eyed for the role of Steve Jobs, but both Christian Bale and Leonardo DiCaprio stepped aside after someone close to Jobs asked them not to take part in the film.
What if your smartphone keyboard could predict your entire sentence? SwiftKey is now using neural networks to better predict what your will type based on the context of a sentence rather than just relying on past history.
Volvo, Google, and Mercedes-Benz all have stated they will accept full responsibility in self-driving car accidents. By acknowledging responsibility, these automakers could push regulation along for autonomous vehicles.
After this year's franchise reboot Terminator: Genisys performed poorly at the U.S. box office, the studio is now looking to revise its plans for the Terminator franchise and get a better idea of what fans want to see.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the latest version of Google's mobile operating system, is a small but meaningful improvement upon its predecessor. We reviewed the latest version of the OS on last year's Nexus 6 smartphone.