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Mobile

Even though it lost $670 million during the first quarter, BlackBerry still beat expectations

BlackBerry posted its first fiscal 2017 quarter financials, and the numbers revealed the company lost a whopping $670 million during the quarter. Furthermore, device sales continue to decrease.
Home

Foobot is an air monitor that works with Nest and Alexa

Thanks to a new partnership between air quality sensor Foobot and Alphabet's Nest and Amazon's Echo (as well as IFTTT), your smart-home may soon be able to improve the very air that surrounds you.
Social Media

Foreign travelers could soon be asked for their social media info by DHS

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is seeking to allow U.S. customs to ask for a foreign traveler’s social media details, including Facebook, and Twitter usernames, but not account passwords.
Mobile

Lenovo Moto Z vs. Moto X Pure: Does Lenovo’s new flagship stand up to last year’s champ?

Lenovo has finally unveiled the Moto Z, one of the most anticipated Android phones of the year. But how does it compare to last year's hit, the Moto X Pure? Check out our spec comparison for a closer look at both devices.
Computing

Have a file too big for email? Here's how to share it for free

Need to transfer a large file to somebody over the internet, but don't know how to do it? Learn how to send files of any size -- using the cloud or an FTP client -- with this simple guide.
Photography

NASA approves Hubble Space Telescope for 5 more years of operation

NASA has announced the Hubble Space Telescope, which was launched into space over twenty-six years ago, will continue to capture the final frontier through the year 2021 while at the helm of Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore.
Photography

Nikon says April’s Kumamoto earthquake will delay two camera releases

Nikon's latest compact zoom cameras now won't be on the market until fall. The manufacturer announced that the release of the A900 and A700 will be delayed until October because of damage experienced by suppliers in a series of earthquakes…
Cars

The world’s deadliest motorcycle race is also Subaru’s rally proving grounds

The Isle of Man Tourist Trophy is the most dangerous motorcycle race in the world, yet riders and fans are as passionate as ever. Since 2011, Subaru has supported the TT even as some purists fight its involvement…but Subaru is gaining…
Photography

Innovative lens filter offers physical, on-camera control of color temperature

Icelava is lens filter that acts as an all-in-one color temperature adjustment. By simply turning the filter, you can instantly change the color balance between 2,900-6,300K, but it comes at the cost of two stops of light.
Movies & TV

Watch the teaser for HBO's new stoner comedy 'High Maintenance'

Now that HBO has confirmed some of the shows that will make up its fall lineup, the premium network is teasing the series to come. A teaser was unveiled today for 'High Maintenance,' an upcoming pot-centric comedy.
Social Media

Twitter and Foursquare partner to let you follow major events through location tags

Twitter has partnered with Foursquare on a new feature that lets you tag your precise location in a tweet, which can then be found on a location timeline. The update is currently being rolled out to iOS users, and will soon be available to…
Photography

A $799 price just made this high-resolution Sigma a reasonable mirrorless choice

Sigma piqued our interest with a 39-megapixel mirrorless camera announcement back in February, but now they've announced the price point -- and it makes the Quattro a serious contender.