FiLMiC's multi-camera video tech comes to the iPhone 11
Fans have been waiting for this feature since the Apple's mobile launch event.
Karma will unveil an electric pickup truck in late 2020
The luxury brand is also planning an electric SUV.
Google launches #AndroidHelp hashtag for tech support on Twitter
The company will respond to all kinds of Android issues if you don't mind making them public.
What's on TV: Super Bowl LIV, 'Terminator: Dark Fate' 4K and 'Uncut Gems'
Plus: Series finales for 'Bojack Horseman' and 'The Good Place.'
Maserati may unveil its first hybrid car on April 21st
A PHEV version of the Ghibli could debut at the Beijing Auto Show.
Fiat Chrysler's Android-based Uconnect 5 supports Alexa and wireless CarPlay
It's built to handle modern car tech, including speedy updates.
Russian hacker behind an elite crime forum pleads guilty to multiple charges
He faces up to 15 years in prison.
NASA picks space tourism outfit for its first commercial ISS module
It'll play a key part in NASA's recent bid to privatize space.
Billie Eilish proved anyone can access Grammy-winning gear
“This is for all the kids who make music in their bedrooms.”
Netflix widens deal with 'Big Mouth' animation studio
Titmouse will create multiple adult animated shows.
Intel is patching its Zombieload CPU security flaw for the third time
Security researchers say the company needs to change its approach.
FCC gives Google and Sony permission to dole out 3.5GHz spectrum
This should lead to faster data speeds and 5G network development.
Atari-themed gaming hotels are coming to eight US cities
They’ll feature esports studios, “gaming playgrounds” and complimentary breakfasts.
The company behind the Eve V laptop is back with crowd-developed monitors
Eve's Spectrum displays are available for pre-order today.
Can Byte recreate the magic of Vine?
It has quite the challenge ahead of it.
IBM uses AI to predict progress of Huntington's disease symptoms
It could help with patient care and, hopefully, treatment.
This is the end of 'Kentucky Route Zero'
A review of the final act, plus a trip down memory lane with Cardboard Computer.
A Vermont bill would bring emoji license plates to the US
You probably won’t be able to put the poop emoji on your license plate though.
Avast packaged detailed user data to be sold for millions of dollars
The data doesn't include personal information, but experts fear it could be 'de-anonymized.'