The HOPR is the first dockless ebike built specifically with bike-sharing in mind. Users receive a portable battery pack that provides 10 miles of range at up to 15 mph, creating a unique commuting option for urban settings.
The UCI, professional cycling's governing body, announced extensive measures to combat "technological fraud" by rolling out X-ray machines and miniature scanners designed to check for hidden motors on a rider's bike.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will surely be big, bold, and pricey, but will it be foldable, or have an under-display fingerprint sensor? Those are just some of the rumors around one of 2018's most-anticipated phones.
Inkjet printers are incredibly versatile. Besides text documents, many can also print photos -- some can even make museum-quality prints. Multifunction variants add scan, copy, and fax. Here are our current favorites.
Divorced from its truck-like roots but still confident off-road, Jeep’s 2019 Cherokee leaves behind the odd styling of its predecessor and gains turbocharged engine options, a better-behaved transmission, and more.
Seth Rogen has tapped some of comedy's biggest names for his upcoming Netflix special, Hilarity for Charity. The actor revealed his guests in a video announcement, naming Sacha Baron Cohen, Sarah Silverman, and more.
IBM kicked off its Think 2018 conference today with a bombshell announcement: It has made the world's smallest computer, and it's designed from the ground up to work with the blockchain to protect you from fraud.
A recent investigation reports that IBM is firing older employees for younger workers to better compete with its "fiercest competitors." The company reportedly eliminated 20,000 employees over 40 in the past five years.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are here, and some of you may be debating whether to upgrade from your older Samsung device. We grabbed an S7 Edge, a Galaxy S8, and the Galaxy Note 8 to see if the S9 Plus' camera is worth the upgrade.
Instagram feed look different? That's because Instagram is now moving recent posts further up the feed. The company says it will be making news feed changes over the next few months, along with testing a refresh button.