Nano-scale mirror could be a breakthrough for optical computing
Made from fiber that's over 200 times thinner than a human hair.
Dutch limo company builds a Tesla Model S hearse
Now the funeral industry is ready to go zero-emission.
'Here They Lie' trailer is a frightening glimpse at PlayStation VR
It's a PS VR launch title worth looking forward to.
WhatsApp won't comply with India's order to delete user data
Indian users claim sharing information with Facebook puts their privacy in danger.
FDA approves first automated insulin system for type 1 diabetes
You shouldn't have to worry so much about maintaining your blood sugar levels.
'No Man's Sky' is being investigated for false advertising
Some players claim the marketing material on its Steam page doesn’t match the final game.
Spotify is in 'advanced talks' to buy SoundCloud
If true, it would get a huge asset for music discovery.
Arduino is making an Internet of Things kit with your help
ESLOV's plug-in modules let even first-timers build clever devices.
Verizon technician admits he sold customer data for years
And he’s facing five years in prison on federal hacking charges because of it.
Meerkat team confirms it created the mysterious Houseparty app
The group video chat client racked up nearly 1 million users with relatively little buzz.
Uber's trucking plan will connect drivers with cargo
It's all part of the strategy to become the world's largest logistics company.
US regulators warn customers about exploding Samsung washers
Owners of the top-loading appliances say the machines exploded while they were doing laundry.
How a 3D-printed boat race united a Red Hook community
Hundreds of people showed up to support the Brooklyn neighborhood event.
Periscope's VIP program rewards popular livestreaming users
Members will get a boost in search results, access to new features and more.
Google Express delivery expands along the East Coast
Residents of a dozen states now get two-day shipping for their online orders.
Alphabet's health watch has changed a lot since last year
The current prototype is a circular design with an e-paper screen.
Apple logs your iMessage contacts and could share them with police
Phone numbers, time of contact and IP address are all game.
We were stealing music way before the internet and millennials
Columbia House, we have wronged you.
Pink, fluffy dining at the 'Kirby' cafe
Elon Musk's grand plan to colonize Mars
Microsoft's Edge browser stays secure by acting as a virtual PC
"Application Guard" locks Edge away from the Windows 10 processes.
Xiaomi's Mi 5s hides a fingerprint reader under its glass
There's also a larger Mi 5s Plus with a dual-lens camera.
Music labels sue YouTube ripping site over piracy
They want $150,000 for every illegal download.
Researchers think chaos theory can get us past Moore's Law
Roadmap says transistors will stop shrinking in 5 years
Intel is officially slowing down the pace of CPU releases
The law that predicts computing power turns 50
ARM chief tosses Moore's Law out with the trash, says efficiency rules all
Koomey's law heckles Moore's in the post-PC world
Apple Watch Series 2 review (as written by a marathoner)
I like it as a smartwatch; less as a sports watch.
PlayStation 4 Slim review: Wait for the PS4 Pro if you can
With a more powerful PS4 arriving soon, you're better off upgrading to that instead.
The Fitbit Charge 2's upgrades are incremental, but necessary
It’s still quite ugly, though.