Samsung already has a curved phone, and a patent filing hints at a folding one to come. It joins a young trend in foldable displays on phones.
The "virtual touchpad" in Windows 10 build 14965 could let tablet users can dump the mouse when connecting to external displays.
Google's Safe Browsing program has a new repeat offender classification to deter sites from continuing to be harmful to users.
The sky's not falling, but apparently the GoPro Karma drone is. Send it back.
Mozilla decided to pull the Web of Trust add-on from its catalog, and the company behind the extension quickly pulled its software off of other browser platforms as well.
YouTube now supports high dynamic range video if you're rocking an HDR-capable TV.
Google Home doesn't quite have a Chromecast inside, but the two devices do have a lot in common.
Chrome on Windows doesn't have a built-in warning dialog box before closing the browser. This workaround can help.
Don't miss a single, gory detail of the presidential election and beyond. These sites offer a wealth of graphs, fact-checks, funny takes, and more.
In a novel approach to hacking, security researchers used a drone to carry out an attack on Philips Hue smart bulbs.
Adobe's Project VoCo lets you edit and change an audio recording as easily as you'd edit text.
Google is using Google's Jump platform to create a nine-episode virtual reality video series.
Zotac's new ERX480 is the first mini PC to come with the Polaris-based Radeon RX 480 GPU.
Futuremark's new VRMark benchmark can tell you if your PC's capable of running virtual reality experiences.
After more than three years of development, Dell will unveil its version of the Surface Studio early next year.