More hotels will let you watch your own Netflix
Imagine booking a room for a week to marathon 'Game of Thrones' before the next season starts.
Motorola's new Moto E4 isn't exactly thrilling, but it's cheap
You're probably still better off getting a Moto G5, though.
LG's latest OLED display is flexible, transparent and gargantuan
It's big enough to act like a full-length mirror.
Today's Google Doodle lets you compose your own music
In celebration of German-born visual artist Oskar Fischinger.
Facebook is testing a feature that stops profile photo theft
Facebook is testing profile picture guard in India.
The Morning After: Thursday, June 22nd 2017
Apple's misplaced paranoia and a Sega flashback.
Caltech's 'lensless camera' could make our phones truly flat
It uses math and optical sensors to simulate the effect of a lens.
Imagination puts itself up for sale after being dumped by Apple
Apple will design new iPad and iPhone graphics chips without licensing PowerVR tech.
'Pokémon Go' will flag creatures caught using cheats
The monsters caught with cheating tools may also not behave normally.
Todoist team offers a less distracting take on Slack
Twist promises collaboration without the constant pings of its rivals.
ESA throws its weight behind satellite-based 5G internet
The agency and its new partners are preparing to perform various tests in the next few years.
Self-driving shuttles are coming to the University of Michigan
You won't have to wait for a human driver to leave campus.
Emojis for zombies, T-Rex and Colbert are almost here
Your chats are about to get decidedly more colorful.
Kuri home robot can tell your pets from people
The cute bot's camera 'eye' is also getting a 1080p upgrade.
eBay will match prices from Amazon and Walmart on certain items
It will also price match six other major retailers.
Scientists may have solved a key barrier to fusion power
A solution to runaway electrons gets us one step closer to nuclear fusion.
GE is working on a massive 3D printer for jet engine parts
The company reveals plans for the 'world's largest' 3D printer that uses metal powders.
Nike will team up with Amazon to fight fake kicks
A registry program will let brands sell directly on the ecommerce site.
Apple eyes streaming terms on par with Spotify's label deals
It's currently renegotiating label agreements set to expire this month.
Apple's paranoia about leaks is misplaced
Tesla driver in fatal Autopilot crash ignored safety warnings
It appears he wasn't watching a Harry Potter movie, though.
Nokia launches new digital health products as Withings name fades
There's a new WiFi scale, a new blood pressure monitor and a redesigned app.
Research finds deadly heatwaves will occur more often
Even optimistic predictions show it getting worse.
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HP is turning trash into printer cartridges
Apple issues billion-dollar ‘green’ bond to support clean projects
Researchers made a battery out of trash
Portland plans to convert poop into fuel
Tokyo's Olympic medals will be crafted from old gadgets
Diamonds convert nuclear waste into clean batteries
The Surface Laptop is the pinnacle of design
But Windows 10 S is still too limited for most.
Alienware 15 review: Bigger, but not necessarily better
Dell’s 15-inch Alienware is a solid machine, but it’s a little on the large side.
iPad Pro 10.5 review: Where execution and ambition meet
It’s an excellent tablet with the potential to get even better.