Evernote enhances document scanning and annotation on Android
The latest update is now available for download.
YouTube helps advertisers jump on viral content
For when brands want to be cool with the youths.
Apple Music's new student plan cuts subscriptions in half
If you can prove you're studying, you'll only have to pay $5/£5 a month.
Backers of cancelled e-ink watch won't get their money back
A reminder that crowdfunding is more gamble than sure thing.
Adhesive 'patch' monitors blood glucose without needles
This one's for the diabetics who hate having to prick their fingers.
U of M's Marlo robot uses algorithms to conquer uneven terrain
The school says that the ultimate goal is to put the code base into robotic prosthetics.
Oculus exec Mary Lou Jepsen resigns to create new MRI tech
A pioneer in display technology, she's dropping work on VR headsets to fight disease.
LinkedIn reportedly looking to rival Facebook's Instant Articles
It's all about keeping you in one place.
Windows phones will know where your fingers are before they touch
The hands-off touchscreen.
Facebook tries out temporary reactions for Mother's Day
Maybe buy mom some real flowers?
Netflix orders a series based on the movie 'Dear White People'
It will debut with 10 episodes in 2017.
GoPro delays its Karma drone until this holiday season
The fly-behind unit was originally supposed to launch the first half of this year.
SpaceX doesn't expect to stick the landing of tonight's launch
Update: They did it!
Lyft and GM will test self-driving fleet within a year
The two companies are positioning themselves at the front of the driverless pack.
Russian provider casts doubt on email hacking claims
It looks like yesterday's email 'hack' contained a lot of false data.
Amazon offers NBC's Seeso comedy service as a streaming add-on
You'll still have to pay an extra $4/month for the subscription.
'Deadpool' downloads are setting sales records early
It sold 1 million units in a week, and the Blu-ray doesn't arrive until May 10th.
The second 'XCOM 2' DLC pack arrives May 12th
Get ready for new guns, armor, gameplay and alien 'Rulers'.
Navigate your smartwatch by touching your skin
New tech from Carnegie Mellon makes it much easier to play 'Angry Birds' on your wrist.
CIA and NSA doubled their searches for Americans' data in 2 years
Biotech companies get permission to test brain death reversal
The trial is a long shot, but it raises the hope of reviving people once thought lost.
KFC-flavored nail polish gives new meaning to 'chicken fingers'
Finger lickin' gross.
Government officials can no longer be ignorant about cybersecurity
At this point, it's unacceptable to not understand how technology works.
Google sister company wants to build smart city districts
German city designs traffic lights for oblivious pedestrians
DoT and Alphabet plan to battle gridlock
Chicago is getting lamp posts that count people and track pollution
Intel and San Jose's smart city will use real-time data to monitor air quality and more
New York's next big neighborhood is its smartest
Apple's updated MacBook is indeed faster with longer battery life
Your call if you actually want it in rose gold, though.
Kindle Oasis review: The perfect e-reader for the 1 percent
It’s the best Kindle yet, but there’s no reason to spend $290 on it.
The Xbox One revisited: Microsoft's console has gotten better with age
Two years, several price drops and one big firmware update later, this doesn't feel like the same machine we reviewed at launch.