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Top Tech Gifts: Sneak Peek with Carley Knobloch

Can you believe the holiday shopping season is about to get started? To make sure you're in-the-know this holiday, Tech Lifestyle Expert Carley Knobloch partnered with some of her favorite brands and the TechGifts.tv website to give a sneak peek at some of the top tech gifts before the shopping rush begins. 

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Our favorite Nokia 7.1 tips and tricks

At $350, the Nokia 7.1 is a nearly perfect budget phone. It has a gorgeous body, good hardware, and a capable camera. Recently purchased the Nokia 7.1? Here are a few of our favorite tips and tricks to get you started with... More>>

HTC Vive vs. Vive Pro

HTC Vive vs. Vive Pro, which comes out on top? That's the subject of our latest comparison, which looks at everything from tracking solutions, to controllers, and the brand new headset that could set a new standard for VR. More>>

Microsoft takes up to $330 off of Surface PC bundles in Black Friday promo

'Tis the season for savings at Microsoft. The Surface-maker is offering some nice Black Friday deals on its Surface Pro 6, Go, and Laptop 2 hardware. You'll also find deals on notebooks from HP, Dell, and Lenovo. More>>

Best product key finders

Missing product keys getting you down? We've chosen some of the best software license and product key finders in existence, so you can locate and document your precious keys on your Windows or MacOS machine. More>>

Google’s Gboard now uses A.I. to recommend GIFs based on your conversation

Google is bringing a new feature to Gboard that should make it better for those that regularly use GIFs and stickers. The feature essentially uses A.I. to recommend GIFs and stickers based on your conversation. More>>

The world’s first smart glasses showrooms open in Brooklyn and Toronto

Canadian startup North is hoping smart glasses will be the next big wearable. After announcing its new Focals smart glasses in October, the company opened product showrooms in Brooklyn and Toronto. More>>

AMD Navi: Everything you need to know

With a reported launch in 2019, AMD is focusing on the mid-range market with its next-generation Navi GPU. Billed as a successor to Polaris, Navi promises to deliver better performance to consoles, like Sony's PlayStation 5. More>>

Mozilla’s built-in price-tracking extension makes it easy to shop with Firefox

Mozilla has heard those worries about Black Friday shopping, and is now introducing a new set of experimental extensions which aim to make it easier to find the best deals online. More>>

Bigger than Black Friday: Don’t miss the best Single’s Day deals

Thanks to AliExpress, Single's Day – the world's largest retail day – is no longer a foreign affair. If you're ready to do some early holiday shopping or want to score some discounts ahead of Black Friday, we've rounded up... More>>

Michigan’s former transportation chief has some advice for wannabe smart cities

After 31 years as Michigan’s transportation director, Kirk Steudle has seen it all, particularly with smart city projects. He spoke with Digital Trends recently about what makes smart cities work, and offers advice along... More>>

Mac Mini vs. iMac

Apple announced a long-awaited update to the Mac mini. Thanks to the updated specs and increase in price, it's begun to creep up to the base model iMac. In this guide, we now put up the specs on the newest refreshed Mac... More>>

What to avoid when buying a laptop for Black Friday

Shopping for a laptop on Black Friday can win you some excellent deals, but you should also avoid making common mistakes. Check out what to avoid when buying a laptop for Black Friday and what danger signs to be wary of. More>>

Stay connected with the Surface Go LTE Advanced, coming November 20 for $679

The new Surface Go LTE Advanced model delivers benefits for anyone who is looking to enjoy LTE coverage and stay connected on Windows 10 when traveling on the road or away from home. More>>

The plug-and-play PC Classic joins the retro console bandwagon

Gaming company Unit-e is creating the PC Classic, a plug-and-play retro console that will come bundled with around 30 of the best DOS games. The system will support gamepads and keyboard setups. More>>

Android battery life too short? Try using dark mode, Google says

Google confirmed at the 2018 Android Dev Summit that using dark mode will help extend an Android smartphone's battery life. Google also admitted its mistake of pushing for the usage of white in previous Material Design... More>>

Curiosity rover active and drilling again after computer issue

The Curiosity rover has succeeded in drilling a hole into the tough bedrock that previously defeated it, allowing imaging and collection of samples. The rover had been incapacitated for a few weeks due to problems with its... More>>

A new Windows 10 bug is messing up the way you associate files to programs

The Windows 10 problems keep coming. In the latest set of headaches, a cumulative update for the Windows 10 April 2018 release has broken the file associations with certain applications. More>>

Here are the best Black Friday deals for the iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, 8, and more

Black Friday is right around the corner and it's a great time to get your hands on an iPhone if you've been thinking of buying one. Thankfully, there are a ton of great iPhone deals for Black Friday, including discounts on... More>>

Google honors Veterans Day by highlighting military service stories

For Veterans Day, Google is honoring the heroes that served the country with a new Google Doodle that highlights the stories of five veterans from the five different branches of the military. More>>

How to make a GIF from a YouTube video

Making a GIF from a YouTube video is easier today than it's ever been, but choosing the right tool for the job isn't always so simple. In this guide, we'll teach you how to make a GIF from a YouTube video with our two... More>>

The best dual monitor wallpapers

Multitasking with two monitors doesn't necessarily mean you need to split your screens with two separate wallpapers. From beautiful to downright weird, here are our top sites for finding the best dual monitor wallpapers... More>>

The best monitor for the MacBook Pro

Apple doesn't make its beloved Cinema Display monitors anymore, which makes finding the best monitor for the MacBook Pro more difficult. In this guide, we break down some of our favorites and offer something for every size... More>>

‘Bionic mushroom’ can generate electricity without using fossil fuels

Researchers have come up with a way to produce electricity without fossil fuels using a mushroom covered with bacteria. The mushroom provides a safe environment for special cyanobacteria that generate electricity when... More>>

The best PSVR games available today

The PSVR has surpassed expectations and along with it comes an incredible catalog of games. There's plenty of amazing experiences to be had so we've put together a list of the best PSVR games available today. More>>

How to cancel your Audible membership

Want to learn how to cancel your Audible membership? It's easier than you might think. Just follow along with these steps and you'll be rid of the audiobook listening service for good. Or until you sign up again. More>>

RTX 2080 Ti failure update — Founders Edition still the main culprit

Nvidia's RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition may be the main cause for the worst problems associated with the new-generation high-end cards. All evidence suggests that partner cards aren't experiencing any common issues. More>>

Skip the Apple Care? New Mac mini is easier to repair, iFixit finds

A straightforward disassembly process, the return to user-upgradable RAM, and the lack of adhesives and glue are the key factors in a very high 6 out of 10 repairability score for the new Mac Mini. More>>

This smart toothbrush will clean all your teeth in just 6 seconds

No more one-size-fits-all toothbrushes with bristles too soft for deep cleaning or too hard on your gums. The Unobrush ergonomic toothbrush is designed to fit every type of mouth - you just bite down and it forms to every... More>>

Hacker infects 100K routers in latest botnet attack aimed at sending email spam

An attacker is trying to infect your router with malware in order to send spam emails. If your router uses a Broadcom UPnP SDK, it could become vulnerable to this attack. So far, 100,000 routers worldwide have been infected. More>>

Be at your most productive with these Slack tips and tricks

Slack is an common means of communication in the workplace, but how do you use some of the app's lesser-known features to get the most out of your experience? Here's what you need to know to stay organized, efficient, and... More>>

Smishing sounds funny, but it’s a serious threat to your phone’s security

We all know phishing is a huge security problem, but most people still believe it’s a problem limited to email. According to new reports, however, phishing scams are attempting to exploit your trust in text messages. More>>

The best Mac apps of 2018

There are literally hundreds of thousands of great software programs compatible with MacOS, but which should you download? Look no further than our list of the best Mac apps you can find for the latest MacOS and how they... More>>

Who needs the Apple Store? You may be able to fix the new MacBook Air yourself

Repairing MacBook devices usually requires a trip to the Apple Store, but that may not be the case with the new MacBook Air. The repair site iFixit has given the MacBook Air a repairability score of 3 out of 10, a very... More>>

Crazily-named Royole Flexpai phone folds up for a glimpse of the future

Excited about folding smartphones, but curious about the design? Look in amazement at the Royole Flexpai, our first good look at what foldable smartphones may look like in the near future. More>>

Common Huawei Mate 20 Pro problems and how to fix them

The beautiful Huawei Mate 20 Pro is in your hand, and there is a problem that's bothering you with it. We've gathered together frequently reported problems with the phone here, and provide potential solutions too. More>>

Here’s how to get your hands on the new Apple iPad Pro

Apple has introduced its new lineup of iPad Pro models. If you're wondering how to get your hands on one, we have you covered. Here's everything you need to know about pricing and availability for the new iPad Pro models. More>>

Common Google Pixel 3 problems and how to fix them

The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are arguably the best Android phones out there right now -- but they aren't perfect. Users have reported a number of issues and problems related to the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.... More>>

The worst rocket crashes in history

Space is a tricky business. Failure is common and often results in an explosion, a fiery crash and sometimes the loss of lives. Our video compilation of the worst rocket crashes shows just how catastrophic a mission... More>>

The world’s first foldable smartphone is awesome, and you shouldn’t buy it

The Royole FlexPai is being hailed as the world's first foldable smartphone, beating out the likes of Samsung, but does it really give us a glimpse at the future? We spent some time with one to find out. More>>

Nokia 9 PureView: News, Rumors, Features, Camera

The Nokia 9 PureView may be one of the most unusual-looking phones currently rumored for release, due to the five-lens camera (and two additional sensors) setup on the back. Here's what we know so far. More>>

How to watch the Samsung Developer Conference 2018 keynote

The Samsung Developer Conference may not be as consumer-focused as WWDC or Google I/O, but this year it could be home to something big -- a teaser for Samsung's upcoming foldable smartphone. Here's how you can watch the... More>>

The best home weather stations you can buy

Those weather apps aren’t really telling you what’s happening outside. Know the real weather report in your backyard with these top home weather stations. More>>

Barnes & Noble’s $130 Nook 10.1 tablet is this year’s anti-iPad

Bookstore Barnes & Noble is still in the tablet business, despite being quiet about it for a while, and has announced the $130 Nook Tablet 10.1. Unlike the new iPad Pro, it's about reading books over super specs. More>>

Dell Ultrasharp 49 vs. Samsung CHG90

Even if most of the options are excellent, there can only be one winner in the battle for best ultrawide monitor. We pitted the Dell Ultrasharp 49 vs. Samsung CHG90 to see which comes out on top. More>>

Man in Japan drives sports car ‘faster than a bullet train’ in YouTube stunt

A motorist in Japan is in serious trouble with the law after he drove his Nissan GT-R sports car at a speed that would've seen it overtake some of the nation's famously fast bullet trains. More>>

Driverless cars can only take you so far. This is how smarter cities are being built

Companies and municipalities came together at the annual Smart Mobility Summit, to share new technologies for building smarter cities. They also offered insight into the challenge cities face. More>>

New CERN experiments probe puzzling questions about antimatter

In a new series of antimatter experiments, CERN researchers aim to unravel one of the many unknowns of antimatter — whether it falls in response to gravity at the same rate as ordinary matter, or if it instead behaves... More>>

Did a leaked image reveal Apple’s upcoming desktop monitor?

Coming several days before Apple's new products are set for release, a specific page from the new Mac Mini documentation might have leaked images of a new and unknown Apple display. More>>

Apple starts selling refurbished iPhone 8 for $499; no stock for iPhone 8 Plus

Apple has started selling refurbished iPhone 8 units in its online store for $499, with the smartphones to come with a one-year warranty and a new battery. Unfortunately, there is no stock yet for refurbished iPhone 8 Plus... More>>

The best A.I. movies of all time

There are some great tech documentaries out there, but sometimes you just need a good feature film. But which one to choose for the discerning A.I. fan? Look no further than our list. More>>

The 10 coolest corporate headquarters in the world, ranked

Coolest corporate headquarters doesn't seem like it should be a thing, but in modern business hip and employee friendly HQ's are becoming more of a norm. Come check out our list of the coolest. More>>

Won’t get fooled again: Chrome 71 to block all ads on abusive sites

Google is set to launch a new version of its Chrome browser in December, with Chrome 71 offering new ad-blocking features for sites which offer a consistently abusive experience, with misleading ads. More>>

20 Things you’ll never have to buy again if you own a 3D printer

Modern 3D printers might not be in every household yet, but the internet is already filled with millions of designs for ready-to-print objects. Here, we've rounded up a few of our current favorites. More>>

Replaced by robots: 10 jobs that could be hit hard by the A.I. revolution

According to one study, 47 percent of current jobs in the United States could be automated within the next two decades. Here are 10 examples of the kind of employment that refers to. More>>

11-Inch iPad Pro vs. 10.5-inch iPad Pro: Can the new model take out the classic?

Apple has finally taken the wraps off of the new 11-inch iPad Pro, boasting a powerful new A12X Bionic processor, awesome modern design with an edge-to-edge display, and more. But is it much better than the older 10.5-inch... More>>

Ekster 3.0 lets you ask, ‘Alexa, where did I leave my wallet?’

Ekster's newest smart wallet is its best yet. It's slimmer than ever, boasts a neat card-dispensing mechanism, and will even let you know where it is, thanks to smart speaker integration. More>>

New PortSmash attack exploits Intel’s Hyper-Threading architecture to steal your data

A new PortSmash attack exploits the simultaneous multi-thread processor design to allow malicious code to eavesdrop on legitimate processes when the two are running in tandem. The exploit was demonstrated using an Intel chip. More>>

The best AMD processors of 2018

Whether you're looking to upgrade or buy an entirely new system, it's well worth considering AMD's Ryzen range for your CPU. To help you decide which though, this is our guide to the best AMD processors. More>>

Kepler telescope shuts down, but endows all its data to the public

NASA's Kepler telescope has been decommissioned after nine years of hunting for planets outside of our solar system. Now all of the data it collected has been archived and made publicly available. More>>

Acer Chromebook Spin 15 vs. Acer Aspire E 15

Acer has two budget winners with its Chromebook Spin 15 and Aspire E 15. One is a convertible 2-in-1 and the other a stealth gaming laptop, but which is more deserving of your hard-earned cash? More>>

There’s finally a way to convert currencies without drowning in fees

TransferWise is an online brokerage that takes the big banks out of currency conversion by using the mid-market rate, allowing you to hold multiple currencies at once and exchange for a fraction of the cost More>>

Get a refurbished Apple 12-inch MacBook for $400 less than price of a new one

Amazon's deal on Apple's 12-inch MacBook brings the price down to just $899, making it more competitive against the new Air. The $400 discount is sizable, but Amazon's deal is only for an Apple-certified refurbished mode. More>>

RTX 2070 vs. GTX 1080

The new battle of the more-than-mid-range cards is on and it's the RTX 2070 versus the GTX 1080. One is newer with newer features, but does it offer much in the way of performance improvements? More>>

New MacBook Air might not be as fast as you think, early benchmarks show

Early performance testing results show the processor on board the new MacBook Air 2018 show it is just slightly faster than the one in the MacBook, but the device still packs considerably more power than last generation's... More>>

Google strips the color from its redesigned apps, but a little goes a long way

Google has been redesigning most of its apps this year, throwing in a ton of white space while removing a lot of color first introduced with Material Design in 2014. Here are what its apps looked like before, and now. More>>

The rise and fall of the Android tablet

In 2018, Android tablets are effectively dead. Google itself shows little interest in stoking app optimization for the form factor. But how did we get here? And is Chrome OS the natural successor to this once-promising... More>>

Apple patent suggests future Macs could use eye tracking to go hands-free

A public Apple patent called "Gaze detection in a 3D mapping environment" includes mentions which hint that one day you might be able to ditch your mouse and look at your Mac in a completely different way. More>>

Key settings you need to change on your brand-new OnePlus 6T

The new OnePlus 6T is a gorgeous and sleek new smartphone that's powerful to boot. If you're the proud new owner of the OnePlus 6T, here are a few settings you'll want to change to get the best experience on your new... More>>

Twitter tests homescreen button that offers more control of your timeline

Twitter recently relaunched its reverse-chronological timeline, but accessing it means diving into settings. Now the company is testing a button on the main screen that lets you switch between the two different styles of... More>>

Everything you need to know about the 2018 MacBook

Whether it's called the MacBook Air or just the MacBook, Apple is highly rumored to introduce a new, affordable laptop in 2018. We discuss reports about upgrading displays, processors, sign-in features, and more. More>>

October was a smartphone smorgasbord. Here are all the new releases you missed

If you thought Halloween was the scariest thing this month, then you clearly didn't see our work schedule. With loads revealed, here's all the phones that were announced and released this Techtober. More>>

Who’s Bugdroid? Meet the cute mascot of Android

If you’re curious about where Android’s mascot came from, what it’s called, who designed it, and how it took off, then we have the answers for you right here. Join us for a closer look at Bugdroid --- the Android mascot. More>>

10 Years of Bitcoin: How a geeky cryptocurrency changed the world

From its birth one decade ago, Bitcoin sure has come a long way. How did it get to this point? Check out our handy potted history of the world's favorite cryptocurrency to find out. More>>

Apple Mac Mini (2018) buying guide

Apple gave the Mac Mini a big refresh this year. The compact desktop packs a powerful punch sure to please prosumers, but at $799, the Mac Mini's higher starting price may be less appealing to budget-conscious shoppers. More>>

Apple MacBook Air buying guide

Apple's new MacBook Air is now available for purchase starting at $1,199. If you want one, you'll want to know how to configure it, and if the Air is the right Mac for you. Our guide will help you make the right MacBook... More>>

Second-generation Apple Pencil writes a new chapter for device

Apple announced a few exciting products like a new Mac Mini, MacBook Air and iPad Pro, but it also took the wraps off of a new Apple Pencil. The second-generation Apple Pencil boasts a slightly refined design, wireless... More>>

Master your new Razer Phone 2 with these handy tips and tricks

After months of anticipation you finally have the shiny new Razer Phone 2 in your hands. So what now? We've compiled a list of our favorite tips and tricks to help you get the most of your the Razer Phone 2. More>>

The ZTE Blade Max View and Blade Max 2s offer dramatic displays for under $200

ZTE has taken the wraps off of two new smartphones: The ZTE Blade Max View and ZTE Blade Max 2s. The two phones boast modern 18:9 displays with a 1,080p resolution 32GB of storage, and more. More>>

Here’s how a new MacBook could blow us away (but we’re not holding our breath)

Word on the street is that Apple might announce a new MacBook at its Oct. 30 event. We don't know much about the possible update, but we know a few ways Apple could impress us -- if the company decided to follow through. More>>

MacBook Air vs. MacBook Pro

Though they both share Retina Displays and similar keyboards, there are still some specs differences and other changes which distinguish the new 2018 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. In this guide, we stack the two up against... More>>

Apple MacBook Air (2018) vs. Apple MacBook

This year, Apple's MacBook Air got a powerful internal upgrade, but the redesign makes it slimmer and lighter. So should you get the MacBook Air over the MacBook? We'll compare both notebook's major features and help you... More>>

Apple MacBook Air (2018) vs. Dell XPS 13

This year, the MacBook Air got a huge refresh, making it closer in size to the compact XPS 13. Both wildly popular 13-inch notebooks run Intel's 8th-Generation processors. If you're shopping for a notebook, we'll help you... More>>

Everything we know about the 2018 Mac mini

Apple's October event may bring a lot of surprises. One rumored announcement is a Mac Mini 2018. Here are the features Apple is likely to include with such a major update, and how a new mini would be positioned in today's... More>>

The best and worst features of the new MacBook Air

Apple has announced a new MacBook Air, bringing an update that we've been anticipating for many years. Here are three things we really like about what Apple has delivered, and two things we're less excited about. More>>

It’s finally here. Apple’s new MacBook Air has Touch ID and Retina for $1,199

After weeks of rumors and leaks, Apple officially revealed a new MacBook Air during an October 30 event in Brooklyn, New York. The latest Apple laptop is available on November 7 and costs $1,200. More>>

Key settings you need to change on your brand-new Razer Phone 2

The Razer Phone 2 is a gorgeous successor to last year's original Razer Phone that is made for gaming. If you're lucky enough to have the new Razer Phone 2, here are a few settings you'll want to change. More>>

OnePlus 6T vs. OnePlus 6 vs. OnePlus 5T vs. OnePlus 5: Should you upgrade?

The OnePlus 6T is an attractive smartphone with high-end specs and a tempting price, but how does it measure up against the last few OnePlus phones? That's what we're here to find out as we compare the 6T to the OnePlus 6,... More>>

The OnePlus 6T has a secret weapon, and it’s not what you think

The OnePlus 6T is here, and no, the under-glass fingerprint sensor is not the killer feature. The spotlight is how the phone is now available straight through T-Mobile, and it also works on Verizon. More>>

A look back at the first Android phone, 10 years later

Android's first device was a chunky little slider phone that had poor battery life, but even so, it showed potential. Ten years later, we look back at the mobile phone that started Android's steady march to dominate the... More>>

Concept images dress up a new Mac Mini in a sleek space gray

With Apple's October 30 less than a day away, one designer has taken it on himself to put together a package of new Apple product concept images, including a Mac Mini decked out in space gray. More>>

TourBox is a one-handed Photoshop console designed to swiftly edit photos

Among a growing number of photo editing "keyboards," the TourBox is designed to use just one hand to leave the other on a mouse or graphics tablet. The TourBox is designed to work with Lightroom, Photoshop, and several... More>>

Alienware to offer Threadripper 2 CPUs in new Area-51 builds

Alienware's Area-51 configurations just got a lot more interesting. The new Threadripper Edition builds offer AMD's flagship gaming and productivity chips in the form of the 2950X and 2920X. More>>

Text-based lie detector can help cops filter out fake robbery reports

Researchers have developed software which can reportedly help law enforcement accurately identify false statements about robberies, based on the statements given to police. Here's how it works. More>>

Startup to apply quantum mechanics to protect data in fiber-optic cables

A quantum network is a proposed solution to all your data snooping woes. One company, Quantum Xchange, will soon conduct trials of such a network involving data transfers between New Jersey and New York. More>>

AMD’s new Threadripper 2 CPUs offer improved performance at a discounted price

AMD released two more Threadripper 2 CPUs, the 2970WX and 2920X, fleshing out its Zen+ CPU architecture. Alongside them, its new dynamic local mode feature should make its top-tier chips much better at gaming. More>>

A new Windows Defender feature will better guard your PC against viruses

A sandboxed mode for the free and built-in Windows Defender antivirus tool is set to raise its security, separating it from the rest of Windows to further prevent hackers from getting access to your system. More>>

This cafe lets students trade their data for a ‘free’ cup of coffee

Can't afford to pay for your morning coffee? Shiru Cafe will offer you a cup of joe in exchange for some personal data. The chain opened up its first U.S. location earlier this year. More>>

Sit back, relax, and enjoy a ride through the history of self-driving cars

It’s not easy to compress the history of self-driving cars into 10 milestones, but we’ve done our best. From a 1920s stunt in downtown New York to Google's Waymo, here are the events you should know. More>>

Google homepage updated with new Discover feed for U.S. users

The Google homepage has been updated for mobile devices and now features the new version of the Discover feed. The rollout is just for the U.S. so far, but does apply to both Android and iOS devices. More>>

CDMA vs. GSM: What’s the difference between these cellular standards?

If you're in the market for a new smartphone or carrier, you've likely encountered the acronyms CDMA and GSM before. Check out our brief explanation on the two wireless standards covering their availability and functionality. More>>

Microsoft Surface Buying Guide: Which is for you?

Microsoft finally has a complete lineup of Windows 10 PCs, from the low-end Surface Go to the space-age Surface Studio 2. Which of these Surface devices is the right one for you? More>>

The best keyboards for the iPhone

Apple first allowed third-party keyboard integration with iOS 8, and now there are scores of alternative keyboards on the market. Here's a rundown of the best keyboards for the iPhone, from SwiftKey to Fleksy. More>>

Snapchat finally comes to Windows 10 and MacOS, but its not what you think

Not at all similar to its iOS and Android counterpart, Snapchat's new Snap Camera app for Windows 10 and MacOS is all about integrating custom lenses with other video conferencing and social apps like Twitch, YouTube,... More>>

5 Crazy successful Kickstarters that didn’t live up to the hype

Funding a Kickstarter project is a gamble. From the Coolest Cooler to the PonoPlayer, we've put together a list of products that received millions in funding, only to produce a lackluster product in the end. More>>

Best iPhone XR cases

Apple's new iPhone range is the toast of 2018, with beautiful style and more power than you can shake a stick at. But beauty can often be fragile -- keep the damage to a minimum with the best iPhone XR cases. More>>

HP Envy x2 vs. Microsoft Surface Pro 6

The Microsoft Surface Pro has been our favorite detachable tablet for a while now, and the Surface Pro 6 continues that trend. Can the upstart HP Envy x2 give the Surface Pro 6 a run for your money? More>>

Here’s how to buy the new LG V40 ThinQ

LG has finally taken the wraps off the new LG V40 ThinQ, the company's latest and greatest flagship phone that packs a whopping five cameras. Here's how to buy the new LG V40 ThinQ. More>>

These are the largest solar farms in the world

Photovoltaic solar energy is the fastest-growing energy source in the world with India, China and the Middle East leading the way. With ample room to expand, the solar farms in these areas are immense. Here is a list of... More>>

Do we even need 5G at all?

Faster phones, easier access to on-demand video, simpler networking -- on the surface, 5G sounds like a dream. So why is it more of a nightmare? More>>

Next week, Xiaomi will announce a phone with 5G and 10GB of RAM

Xiaomi will announce the Mi Mix 3 smartphone on October 25, and according to the company's spokesperson, it will be capable of connecting at 5G speeds and feature 10GB of RAM -- two world firsts. More>>

Samsung Galaxy Book 2 vs. Pixel Slate

The 2-in-1 space is more hotly competitive than ever and the latest products from Samsung and Google are part of that portable punch-up. To see how their latest hardware compares, we pitted the Galaxy Book 2 vs. Pixel Slate. More>>

The Razer Phone 2: Here’s absolutely everything we know

Razer has officially confirmed that it's working on a new Razer Phone -- though that's about all we know about the new device so far. It's likely the phone will feature specs like the Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB of RAM,... More>>

Need an outfit for Halloween? Check out these 3D-printed costumes

Cutting close to Halloween and missing that vital component to your costume? Maybe 3D-printed Halloween costumes are the way to go for you. Check out our list of favorites accessories. More>>

Should A.I cars put passengers before pedestrians? Here’s what millions said

Should a self-driving cars value the life of its driver over that of pedestrians? The results of a large scale study show what 2.3 million people from all over the world think about it. More>>

Apple iPhone XS vs. iPhone XS Max vs. iPhone XR

Apple has three new iPhone models to choose from this year, making the choice a little harder than usual. What's the difference between the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR, and which is best? More>>

Grab the AMD Ryzen 7 2700 with Wraith Spire LED cooler for $265

If you're assembling your own custom PC, then the AMD Ryzen 7 2700 is one of the best current-gen processors for any desktop build. Better still, it's now discounted on Amazon for $35, bringing the price down to just $265.... More>>

Google patent hints at more smart garments with improved haptic feedback

It looks like Google is continuing its work on developing smart garments. The company has been awarded a new patent related to integrating haptic feedback into smart garments by adding multiple vibration motors. More>>

Google Maps will now tell you about special offers from your favorite places

Google Maps for Android now lets you follow your favorite store, restaurant, or other business so you can hear about special offers, events, or other updates that it thinks you might like to hear about. More>>

IPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR: How to buy Apple’s new phones

After months of rumors and speculation, Apple has finally taken the wraps off of the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. Now that the phones are out, you might be wondering how you can get them for yourself. More>>

Uh-oh. Somebody taught drones how to team up so they can open doors

These diminutive Flycrotug microdrones are able to open doors or move objects 40 times their weight -- and all they need are a pair of adhesive, insect-inspired feet, and an onboard lasso. More>>

Android creator’s alleged sexual misconduct swept under the rug by Google

Andy Rubin, creator of Android, left Google back in 2014 as a hero. What was not made public was the fact that Rubin was actually asked to leave after being accused of sexual misconduct by another Google employee,... More>>

Yoga Book C930 vs. Surface Go

Quality, portability, and a low price tag are hard to find in the world of 2-in-1s, but there are some notable exceptions. We pitted the Yoga Book C930 vs. Surface Go to see which is the best convertible laptop of the two. More>>

Lenovo Yoga C930 vs. HP Spectre x360 13

Lenovo has just introduced the Yoga C930, its latest premium 2-in-1 that drops the iconic watchband hinge in favor of a new Dolby Atmos sound bar hinge that pumps out some serious audio. But is it better than HP's Spectre... More>>

The best Huawei Mate 20 Pro cases to keep your stunning flagship safe

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    Food companies have been ordered to remove six "artificial flavors" from their products.
    Food companies have been ordered to remove six "artificial flavors" from their products.
  • Amazon splits HQ between New York and northern Virginia

    Amazon splits HQ between New York and northern Virginia

    Tuesday, November 13 2018 6:48 AM EST2018-11-13 11:48:40 GMT
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    (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan). In this Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, photo, a rusting ferryboat is docked next to an aging industrial warehouse on Long Island City's Anable Basin in the Queens borough of New York. Across the East River is midtown Manhattan, top ...(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan). In this Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, photo, a rusting ferryboat is docked next to an aging industrial warehouse on Long Island City's Anable Basin in the Queens borough of New York. Across the East River is midtown Manhattan, top ...
    A person familiar with the plans say Amazon will split its second headquarters between Long Island City in New York and Crystal City in northern Virginia.
    A person familiar with the plans say Amazon will split its second headquarters between Long Island City in New York and Crystal City in northern Virginia.
  • The Latest: New York officials praise Amazon move

    The Latest: New York officials praise Amazon move

    Tuesday, November 13 2018 10:19 AM EST2018-11-13 15:19:10 GMT
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    (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan). In this Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, photo, a rusting ferryboat is docked next to an aging industrial warehouse on Long Island City's Anable Basin in the Queens borough of New York. Across the East River is midtown Manhattan, top ...(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan). In this Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, photo, a rusting ferryboat is docked next to an aging industrial warehouse on Long Island City's Anable Basin in the Queens borough of New York. Across the East River is midtown Manhattan, top ...
    Amazon has confirmed that it will split its much-anticipated second headquarters between New York and Arlington, Virginia.
    Amazon has confirmed that it will split its much-anticipated second headquarters between New York and Arlington, Virginia.
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