The FCC's 'Harlem Shake' video may violate copyright law
The agency apparently didn't get permission to use the song.
Facebook adds more viewing options to its 360 app for Gear VR
You can now view Facebook Watch shows and eSports videos.
How the 'Grinch bots' stole Christmas
When ‘take my money’ just isn’t enough.
The true extent of Russian meddling in Brexit remains murky
Facebook, Twitter and Google have provided little to the ongoing inquiries thus far.
SpaceX launches NASA resupply mission with reused rocket and capsule
Both the Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon capsule were 'flight proven.'
The best robotics kits for beginners
The Lego Boost takes top honors.
‘The Electric State’ film is in the works with ‘It’ director on board
It will be produced by ‘Captain America’ and ‘Avengers’ directors, the Russo brothers.
Japanese company will pay part of workers' salaries in Bitcoin
Great if it goes up, terrible when it goes down.
Volvo reduces autonomous driving tests to find the right sensors
The automaker originally planned to have 100 self-drivers on the road by 2021.
Facebook's 'snooze' button mutes a friend for 30 days
For when you just can't take any more of your friend's vacation pictures.
Microsoft patent points to folding dual-screen notebook
It looks a lot like its old Courier concept.
NBC is adapting UK tech support sitcom 'The IT Crowd'
Stop us if you've heard this before.
YouTube debuts 360-video app on Steam VR
Early Access users are reporting many a bug, though.
Creepy platformer 'Inside' leaps from console to iOS
Playdead's follow-up to 'Limbo' costs $6.99 on the App Store.
RIP, AOL Instant Messenger
AIM is now AFK 4EVA.
The Morning After: Friday, December 15th 2017
Net neutrality got the ax.
Canary's security cameras will soon detect people
The feature is apparently just part of Canary's new AI-powered tool suite.
Alphabet tries internet lasers instead of balloons for India
The tech will be used to plug holes in Andhra Pradesh's network.
Rinspeed's concept EV puts swappable pods on a 'skateboard'
You can't doubt the company's crazy imagination.
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Lytro shuts down its multi-focus photo sharing platform (updated)
Nextbit ends customer support for its Robin 'cloud phone'
OUYA CEO Julie Uhrman leaves the company she co-founded
Here's what it's like to use a watch as a phone
Google quietly acquired smartwatch maker WIMM Labs
Google confirms Nexus Q not supported in latest version of Play Music
iPhone X review: Embrace the new normal
Apple’s latest reinvention will take some getting used to.
Google Pixel Buds review: You (and Google) can do better
They're a $159 experiment that doesn't live up to the hype.
Surface Book 2 review: Microsoft gets closer to the 'ultimate laptop'
A stronger hinge makes a real difference.