The price of SSDs will continue to fall, according to experts

Experts believe that the price of SSDs will continue to fall into 2016. This is in part due to the development of 3D NAND, which will begin to debut in devices next year. Intel and Micron are working on producing 3D NAND.

Librem 13 laptop offers unbridled privacy for a price

Following a successful crowdfunding campaign for the security-conscious Librem 15, Purism has launched a 13-inch model — but the price of privacy is high.

Intel’s Remote Keyboard app for Android saves you from Bluetooth keyboard confusion

Remote Keyboard from Intel is an app that allows you to control your PC with an on-screen keyboard and mouse. The free app is now available for download for Android device owners.

With its latest overhaul, Bing wants to be your only search engine for online video

As the amount of video on the Web grows, good search tools are becoming more important. With that in mind, Microsoft has given an overhaul to Bing video search with more detailed results and an improved touch-friendly UI with bigger images.

Apple patents a way to get rid of those ugly white plastic strips on your iPhone

Apple is working on a solution to having to build those plastic strips into the body of an iPhone, just to let radio signals pass through the metal body. A new patent shows how it may solve the problem in the future.

3 reasons the first VR headsets will suck … but I’m buying one anyway

Virtual reality companies put on a strong showing at this year's E3, and the appearance of Oculus' finalized consumer model gave us a taste of what's to come. But should you buy one? Probably not,

Do you really want complete digital privacy?

Recent comments from Tim Cooks sparked controversy about digital privacy. Everyone seems to agree that more is better, but no one seems willing to pay for it.

E3 2015 draws the line between console and PC gamers

PC and console gamers fought for attention at E3 2015, as they always do, but the two had more in common at this year's show than ever before.
Emerging Tech

National parks are turning into ‘The Truman Show’ with GPS tracking of visiting humans

To live your very own version of The Truman Show, look no further than a few national parks, where some scientists are now tracking the two-legged species that wander their grounds.

Google to remove revenge porn from search results in victory against online harrassment

In a blog post released Friday by Amit Singhal, SVP of Google Search, the search engine giant announced plans to honor requests to remove graphic images shared without consent from Google's results.

Phillips 276E6ADS plans to bring Quantum Dot technology to mainstream monitors

Quantum Dot technology looks set to be the next big thing in high-end displays, and Phillips will be the first to implement it in a consumer monitor.

Apple begins replacing 3TB hard drives for late 2012 iMacs

27-inch iMacs from late 2012 may have hard drives that fail suddenly, but Apple is offering free replacements through December.