Faster and even more minimalist, Firefox Quantum makes Chrome look old

Firefox has been playing catch-up ever since Chrome hit it big, but Mozilla’s Firefox Quantum aims leap a step forward into the future. Our Firefox Quantum Hands-on Review digs deep into the browser, which is now available.

As Chrome tarnishes, Mozilla is ready to reignite Firefox with Quantum

You may have counted Firefox out of the browser race, but Mozilla has other ideas. The iconic browser is back and better than ever with Firefox Quantum.

Dear Google: Integrate Android and Chrome OS, or stop making $1,000 Chromebooks

Google spent a lot of timing working on the Pixelbook’s design, but very little making sure Chrome OS and Android play nicely. The result is a beautiful, yet frustrating device.

Looking back on 10 stealthy, stabby years of Assassin’s Creed

The three pillars of Assassin’s Creed – stealth, combat, and navigation – haven’t changed since the series began in 2007, but nearly everything else has.
Smart Home

Carpenters, plumbers, and other pros can ‘beam’ into your home with Streem

Streem uses augmented reality to “beam” a home professional to your house via an app. The professional can then take measurements, identify appliances, and give you estimates on how much a job will cost.
Smart Home

Kirio creates smart homes from scratch, and they learn as you live

Kirio is a smart-home automation system that comes built into your home and becomes smarter the more it learns about your routines.

To make technology that puts humans first, we have to practice what we preach

Mark Zuckerberg may not ask you what features to roll out on Facebook next, but the way you use technology is always shaping the next iteration. What are you building?

How deep is your crate?’ DJ Cut Chemist digs down on ‘Die Cut’

Cut Chemist discussed how he perfected the art of mixing samples with live musicians on his new Madman EP and upcoming Die Cut album, why a certain drummer’s studio performance changed his production goals, and which pioneering tracks…

Road Rave – How to tow a trailer like a boss

Most people don’t know how to tow a trailer properly, and it can be scary if you don't have enough practice. But if you follow a few basic rules, you’ll get where you’re going without trouble.

This real-time map of antivirus fails is roasting MalwareBytes’ competitors

MalwareBytes wants to prove it's the best security software out there, by highlighting where other antivirus firms are failing to protect their users – and it has a fancy heat map to do it.

We’re all going to die eventually, and so will all our cloud-based gadgets

As more and more devices rely on the cloud, consumers need to realize that they could stop working at any moment -- whenever companies decide to stop supporting them. Is the risk worth it?
Emerging Tech

Naysayers be damned, NASA says 2019 mission to Mars is a go

After publishing a 36-page report last year on its ambitious Journey to Mars, NASA shared more of its work during a recent two-day event in New Orleans which was capped off by a test of an SLS RS-25 engine.