Los Angeles Times -
Social media giant Facebook seeks to bring the Internet to remote areas of the world with its latest project involving a huge drone it has built.
Company behind Firefox accuses the tech giant of making an "aggressive move to override user choice" by designating its Edge as default browser.
Of course it can. Users have been able to install Windows on a Mac for years, and Microsoft's latest operating system is no exception.
Canon earlier today unveiled a jaw-dropping new multi-purpose camera with a maximum ISO of over 4,000,000. In layman's terms, this bad boy can effectively see in the dark.
As cars get more sophisticated and more connected to the Internet, they also become more vulnerable to malicious attack. That truth has been demonstrated before and will be demonstrated again at the DefCon conference next week.
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Google pushed back Thursday against an order from the French privacy watchdog to scrub search results worldwide when users invoke their “right to be forgotten” online.
Google Google is making another run at Google Glass, according to the Wall Street Journal, which reports the company has been quietly distributing the Internet-connected eyewear to businesses.
The company has already been lauded for its commitment to diversity, but now it's getting even more proactive. On Thursday, Pinterest, which has over 600 employees, announced its 2016 diversity goals.
The enterprise-oriented version of Google's mobile OS, Android for Work, gained support from a roster of business partners that includes the top four U.S.
The Inquisitr -
The new Windows 10 feature that enables users to bypass wi-fi passwords has ignited a huge debate over whether it's a good idea.
VW's new MIB II infotainment system for its 2016 models rolls in a heap of new features. by Antuan Goodwin · @antgoo; July 30, 2015 6:48 PM PDT.
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Microsoft plans to begin stop serving Content Ads on Microsoft, Yahoo and its network of Web sites in the U.S. as early as August.
At Facebook's headquarters earlier this week, some employees mocked up designs on whiteboards, while others, fueled by Red Bull, hunched over in front of screens, tapping furiously.
The Indian Express -
Of course, there is a cost advantage for service like Firechat, but the real advantage is that it could be a lifesaver when the actual mobile network is down.
Now that Google is de-coupling its Google+ product from other services, it needs to find new ways for developers to get beta software out to testers.
Apple Inc will launch the next generation of its Apple TV set-top box in September, with a new remote and support for Siri voice control, online publisher BuzzFeed reported on Thursday.
If everything we've heard so far is true, Samsung's next Gear smartwatch could be far more interesting than any of its current products.
Sydney Morning Herald -
Here's a piece of information you shouldn't need a team of security researchers to tell you: using an Wi-Fi-connected self-aiming firearm can be a phenomenally bad idea.
Motherboard security journalist, Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai has never had any love for Apple but in the last few days he has found 950 million reasons to dump Android for an iPhone.
New York Daily News -
The Internet thought it was an April Fool's joke, but the Dash buttons are here to stay. Amazon announced this week that the Dash Buttons can now be purchased by anyone with a Prime membership.
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