Sure, we've known Microsoft's new OS was coming since September, but the company still managed to surprise us with news of universal apps, Project Spartan and its dive into augmented reality gear. Read on for the full breakdown of today's Windows 10 event.
Who needs functionality when you can have an adorable phone instead? Nihon's transforming "Heart" phone weighs in at just 54 grams -- probably because it has no cameras, color displays or Bluetooth capabilities. Unfortunately, it won't be available for purchase in Japan until after Valentines' Day. (Sorry, guys. There's always CVS.)
Apple has made some tiny tweaks and several size adjustments to its arsenal of gadgets lately, but the company is lacking the unique ideas and innovation it had in the 2000s. Read why Aaron Souppouris thinks Apple is falling behind among the likes of Microsoft and Google.
WTF is "BTC," and should you invest in it? Mariella Moon breaks down all things cryptocurrency and explains how to obtain bitcoin (or something similar), where to store it and how to keep it safe.
Messaging service WhatsApp has launched a web client that allows users to send messages from the desktop version of Google Chrome. Just scan a QR code and you'll be set up in no time -- unless you're running iOS, which is not supported at the moment due to "platform limitations."
Swedish startup Teenage Engineering is about to launch three pretty, pocket-sized synths at the NAMM trade show tomorrow. Each device in the Pocket Operator (PO) series costs $59 and runs on two AAA batteries, so you can do some 16-step sequencing on the go.
After dealing with extreme cyber harassment during the peak of GamerGate, game developer Zoe Quinn has co-founded an online abuse network called Crash Override. The outlet provides support for others who may find themselves the victims of SWATting, doxxing or similar online abuse.