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There'll be consequences if foreign adversaries launch cyberattacks against the US, the White House says.
Experience the joy of toasting.
The bug ran for more than a year, but it's been fixed.
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has released music industry revenue statistics for the first half of 2018 in the US, and on average, revenue growth has slowed. While overall revenue was up 10 percent compared to the same time las...
My, has Google's mobile operating system come a long way since Larry Page and Sergey Brin introduced the first Android phone, the T-Mobile G1.
Infowars won't be able to do business through PayPal anymore.
Telltale Games, the studio behind titles such as The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us, has laid off most of its staff in what it's calling a "majority studio closure." The publisher told Engadget in a statement that "a majority of the company's emp...
Google's prototype may have been designed to track citizens.
Watch out Spot Mini. There's another door-opening robot in town, Anymal.
Google has introduced some new experimental features for developers working with the Lenovo Mirage Solo, the standalone Daydream headset released earlier this year. First up is see-through mode, a setting that lets the user see the real space around...
Instagram responds by saying it has "zero tolerance for ... explicit images or images of child abuse."
Lockly thinks it has what it takes to stand out in the nascent smart lock market. Its latest model, the Secure Plus, uses a 3D fingerprint sensor combined with proprietary algorithm-based passcode tech which, together, supposedly makes the setup "vir...
While it promises a bunch of electrified models in the future, it won't have any at all for a little while.
Japan's Hayabusa-2 spacecraft throws two little robots down toward the surface of Ryugu for a better look.
It ghosted the big Sept. 12 iPhone event, but the next iPad Pro could come as soon as next month.
A bug in one of Twitter's APIs may have caused unauthorized developers to receive some users' direct messages and protected tweets. Twitter says it hasn't yet discovered evidence that a developer actually received such data, nor does it believe that...
The Razer Ifrit combines combines earbuds with a condenser mic.
Ram's customers are apparently quite enamored with its massive infotainment setup.
FCC head honcho, Ajit Pai, didn't mince words in comments regarding California's recent passing of a tough net neutrality bill. In his keynote speech for neoconservative policy organization Maine Heritage Policy Center, Pai called California's SB 822...
More and more companies are turning to at-home 5G service to fill in the gaps in availability of broadband internet. Now, T-Mobile has revealed details about its plans for at-home 5G service to the FCC, as was first spotted by Fierce Wireless.