Plus, the Feds consider letting a computer be the "driver" of a car, and the viability of physical media in a streaming world.
Customize your own topographical creations with a splashy new interface and several new capabilities.
Plus no Assassin's Creed in 2016, a sequel to Watch Dogs, and Quantum Break unveils a PC version. This is gaming news for February 8 - 12.
NBC's Hayu will stream same-day episodes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and other reality shows, but not in the Untied States.
Messenger also now supports multiple accounts at once, so you don't have to constantly sign out to switch profiles.
CTL's NL6x Extra-Rugged Chromebook for Education can withstand drops and bumps.
SourceForge wants to be a trusted repository of open source software. Its first step is killing DevShare, the revenue sharing bundleware program.
Dish’s ad-skipping AutoHop tech gets a seven-day delay for primetime Fox programming.
You could get a little money back because Uber's driver background checks aren't really "industry leading."
Don't just order takeout via Foursquare, pick-up a six pack and paper towels as well.
Intel's solid-state drives could be poised for a big jump in capacity and speed with new 3D flash chips coming from Micron.
The secret to Google’s VR plans could be energy-efficient chips with motion detection.
Walled gardens abound in North Korea.
Windows’ File Explorer is not just a portal to your filesystem; it can be an effective productivity tool with a little customization.
Haptic technology company Immersion has accused Apple and AT&T of infringement of three of its patents in the latest iPhone models and Apple watches