The Arcaboard won't be a must-have Christmas gift anytime soon, but it shows how future hoverboards may work.
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The virtual tour, posted on YouTube, lets you get about as close to the White House's holiday displays as you can without actually going to DC.
Microsoft removed Placeholders from the original Windows 10 release because it caused user confusion, according to the report.
iPhone owners report seeing full-screen ads for the iPhone 6s appear in the iOS App Store app.
OpenAI is a new non-profit research company that wants ensure that artificial intelligence works for us, not against us.
Do you know your ARM from your API from your ADB? We clear up the sometimes confusing terminology in the world of Android.
Find deals. Enable parental controls. Learn about app permissions. Wrangle the Google Play store with these tips.
Don't want that game you hated to continue cluttering up your Steam library? You can now do away with it for good.
Microsoft researchers give their best guesses as to what 2016 will bring. (Spoiler alert: Flying cars are still a no-go.)
Mozilla says it's getting out of the ad business so it can "focus on content discovery."
Hackers made their way into VTech's Learning Lodge app store customer database, according to the company. As many as 4.8 million parents—and 200,000 kids–may have been affected.
Only 2000 testers will be able to use the beta of Microsoft's virtual assistant for iOS. The rest of us will have to wait until the official public release.
The infection affected point-of-sale systems at 54 Starwood-owned hotels and resorts since late last year.
If you want the November update for Windows 10, you can no longer use the Media Creation Tool to get it—Windows Update is the only option.