Samsung Offers Refurbished Galaxy Note 7: Price Of Recalled Units Key To Sales?
Along with Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, the South Korean company is expected to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7.
SpaceX is about to make history by relaunching a used Falcon 9 rocket
In truth, only part of the Falcon 9 is being reused on this upcoming mission.
Facebook To Replace Snapchat? Social Media Giant Launces Facebook Stories
Is Facebook making a move to replace Snapchat? On Tuesday, the social media giant launched a new feature called Facebook Stories which offers Facebook users ...
Netgear doubles down on Orbi wireless gear
Netgear today announced some new products in its Orbi line of wireless products – aka “whole-home coverage” or “wireless system” space.
Black Holes Caught in the Act of Cosmic Creation
A group of European astronomers have spotted new stars flaring to life inside the cosmic wind blasts expelled by a supermassive black hole.
Intel Launches Optane Memory M.2 Cache SSDs For Consumer Market
Last week, Intel officially launched their first Optane product, the SSD DC P4800X enterprise drive.
North Korea’s rising ambition seen in bid to hack global banks
The security firm Symantec said it believed that the hackers behind the Poland attack were also behind two other major breaches: the theft of $81 million...
Bill Gates and Paul Allen had a business before Microsoft, and this engineer was their partner
Microsoft is one of the most successful and influential companies in the world, but did you know that Bill Gates and Paul Allen launched an earlier venture a...
Google Warns Users It Plans to Remove SMS Texting From Hangouts
Organizations using the Short Message Service (SMS) functionality in Google’s Hangout application for Android will soon need to find another app for the func...
Twitter considers enhanced version of TweetDeck for professionals
Twitter has started surveying users to check their interest in a new enhanced version of its TweetDeck product, raising the possibility that the company is c...
Apple Looking Into Using Smartphones To Power A Laptop
Our smartphones these days are so powerful that they make computers from a decade ago feel downright ancient and out of date.
The dinosaur family tree needs a big rewrite, say scientists
Some of the most basic categories in the dinosaur family tree may be in need of a rewrite.
March Madness goes virtual
Tech giant Intel is ratcheting up the March Madness for basketball fans, offering an expanded field of games in virtual reality for the men’s NCAA tournament.
How to monitor your kids' Nintendo Switch gaming habits with your iPhone
Nintendo’s new Switch offers the best of both worlds when it comes to gaming hardware.
ARM steps up chip performance to catch up with Intel, AMD
Can ARM chips compete neck-and-neck with Intel and AMD on benchmarks? That could be happening sooner than you think. Starting next year, ARM processors will ...