As the history of digital media has become subsumed by the history of the internet, teletext remains largely forgotten. Yet like a fair-weather psychic, the technology anticipated things to come.
Upgrades like face matching, live streams, and AI – part of an industry push – raise questions about the use of police video.
The good news is that it doesn't have to suck, if you build it out properly.
Owners of newer models are road-testing Tesla’s imperfect code, risking major accidents.
Earlier this week, much of the internet ground to a halt when the servers that power them suddenly vanished. And it was all thanks to a typo.
It's basically a Fitbit for your man bits that tracks thrust speed and velocity. But don't be too hard on yourself.
Uber has for years engaged in a worldwide program to deceive authorities in markets where its low-cost ride-hailing service was being resisted by law enforcement, or in some instances, had been outright banned.
Android phone manufacturers are shrugging off the jack-less fad and are forging ahead with the traditional 3.5mm headphone output intact.
It would be an unusual move for Apple, which has never been afraid of pushing its own connection standards, but not completely inexplicable. The company has already adopted USB-C on its MacBook line, and the two standards share some key features, including reversibility.
Today we find ourselves in one of the greatest battles of this 21st century: the battle for privacy. But apathetic software developers are holding us back.
“Whiteboard” interviews are widely hated. They also discriminate against people who are already underrepresented in the field.
Daniel Dourvaris says his MacBook randomly shut off and spontaneously combusted, and he's got the grisly photos to show it.
The robot, called Handle, can also pick up heavy loads in its "hands," roll down stairs, jump on tables, and generally do a bunch of stuff that will make it easier to track us down and eliminate us one by one.
People might think technology is becoming more precarious than it once was, but it's actually just evolving. And it's doing so separately from the needs of its human users.
After Samsung's explosion woes with the Galaxy Note 7, the last thing Apple wants is a fiery problem of their own, but at least one user has filmed what she says is her iPhone 7 Plus after it spontaneously caught on fire.
Listen To A Leaked Recording Of Uber's CEO Responding To A Company Women's Group About Harassment Claims
In a recording obtained by BuzzFeed, the CEO of Uber responds to an internal group of women asking him to address what they say is a systemic problem within the company of sexual harassment.
As carmakers and technology entrants scramble to develop autonomous vehicles, lidar has become a highly coveted technology. And now it’s at the center of a lawsuit pitting Waymo against Uber.
Recent troubles aside, it's becoming more evident that Uber will collapse on its own.
Final Audio is a Japanese company that is niche even by the high standards of extremism of Japanese audiophilia. And its Piano Forte X in-ear headphones fit that bill as well.
Alexa and the Echo are picking up a head of steam, while the Fire Phone famously flopped, but Amazon's Fire TV Stick has quietly established itself as a force to be reckoned with.
For a relatively small fee, you can snoop on someone’s messages, call logs, photos, and location from across the planet.
As President Trump continues to swallow the internet, beleaguered moderators are trying their damndest to preserve a few safe spaces.
No more tracking down a mysterious vending machine.
Giant fiber optic cables are responsible for the internet we know and love. So how do these meme-delivering wonders actually do what they do?
IDrive makes sure your digital life is safe, backed up and secured with 256-bit AES encryption for up to five devices.
Zuck finally grapples with the power of his creation.
Released in 1998, the Gameboy Camera produced 190×144 images in 4 shades of gray/green. But with some help from neural networks, those crappy images can be turned into surprisingly photorealistic pictures.
Apple has essentially settled for turning the television set into a giant iPhone: a cluster of apps with a store. Which is not exactly the revolution many were hoping for.
Once a cursed project, the tiny feature has had a huge effect not only on the site, but on us.
Newly published patent describes a system that scans the surface of a finger through a screen, removing the need for a separate Touch ID sensor.