Recent Stories
Social Media

Facebook adds 360 video and photo support to Instant Articles

Facebook now lets publishers add 360-degree video and photo to Instant Articles. Get ready to see more 360-degree media on the Facebook app's mobile news pages that's now even easier to navigate.
Cool Tech

The police may one-day patrol the streets with taser-equipped drones

Quadcopters are finding all kinds of uses these days, but the idea that cops may one day use them to launch stun-gun operations is likely to alarm some. A report on Thursday suggests police are at least exploring the idea.

iPad sales may be slowing but Microsoft’s Surface business is booming

Sales of Apple's iPad tablets may be slowing but Microsoft is now seeing some real success with its range of Surface devices. The company has just reported a 38 percent increase in Surface sales for its latest quarter compared to a year…
Home Theater

Did we witness the dawn of Trump TV on Facebook Live?

Donald Trump aired a Facebook Live stream during the presidential debate that looked a lot like a news program, complete with hosts, guests, and ads. Was this our first glimpse of the candidate's rumored Trump TV network?

Bvddy is the Tinder of athletics

Bvddy, a matching app for athletes, helps like-minded sports players not only form teams, but coordinate matches and games. In the future, it could gain support for paid events like classes.
Product Review

D-Link EXO AC1750 wireless router Review

D-Link’s sporty Exo AC1750 is the budget coupe of wireless routers.

The LeEco’s dirt cheap Le S3 is the midrange phone to beat for 2016

LeEco has finally made a splash in the U.S., unveiling two new phones for the States, including the midrange Le S3. But how does it stack up?

The Plum wine dispenser preserves opened bottles for up to 90 days

The Plum wine dispenser, a temperature-controlled, internet-connected wine dispenser from entrepreneur David Koretz, preserves your wine by the bottle and pours a customizeable number of glasses.

A serious Linux privilege-escalation bug has been in the wild for nine years

There's a Linux vulnerability in the wild that's apparently been residing in just about every Linux version for the last nine years, and users will want to install a patch as soon as possible.

BeFunky Visionn for iOS turns videos into real-time animations

BeFunky's new iOS app applies artistic effects to both photos and HD videos in real time thanks to the company's patented Art Engine. Simply swipe left or right to cycle through effects, and each loads instantly.

Hackers could reconstruct your typing by listening to your keystrokes over Skype

Researchers at the University of California, Irvine and in Italy have created a system capable of working out what a person is typing by listening to their keyboard strokes over Skype.