Plus Doom adds a "Classic Weapon Placement" option that puts guns in your mouth and Layers of Fear gets an expansion. This is gaming news for June 27 - July 1.
Enjoy the holiday weekend by checking out some new Android apps and games.
The PC world is popping in Episode 21 of the PCWorld Show. Windows 10's free upgrade ends soon, and Microsoft settles one user's beef for $10,000. AMD's $200 graphics card is a steal and a half. Finally, a Florida man seems to think getting $10 billion out of Apple will be a piece of cake. Editor in chief Jon Phillips, executive editor Melissa Riofrio, and senior editor Brad Chacos hash it out here.
This flagship offers a bigger screen, higher resolution, and larger battery capacity in comparison to the smaller "Sailfish" model.
Soar Roadways has developed a modular system of solar panels which the company says can make roads safer and much more efficient.
Attackers are developing an aggressive new ransomware program that encrypts both user files and the computer's master boot record (MBR), leaving affected machines unable to boot into the OS.
A newly released UEFI exploit for Lenovo ThinkPad laptops could disable low-level Windows security features like Secure Boot, Virtual Secure Mode and Credential Guard.
Solar Roadways is an Idaho startup that's developed a system of modular solar panels, which they hope will one day power cities, recharge your car, and make roads safer.
There's a lot packed into the Shield Android TV update, including support for Netflix HDR streaming, Vudu 4k videos, and other performance improvements.
Linux 32-bit support is going away. According to developers, it's too much hassle to support, for a decreasing numbers of users. “I know some people passionately enjoy their old 32-bit hardware, but I think now’s the time to consider letting it go,” said OpenSUSe's Richard Brown.
Finding insight in oceans of data is one of enterprises' most pressing challenges, and increasingly AI is being brought in to help. Now, a new tool for Apache Spark aims to put machine learning within closer reach.
After many months of simply calling it 'Android N,' Google has revealed the name of its latest sweet treat.
Intel wants to take on Google's Tensor Processing Unit and Nvidia's GPUs in machine learning computing with improvements to its Xeon Phi mega-chips.
You can now turn off the local trending searches if you'd rather not have your search experience cluttered up with headlines.
Facebook still dominates the bot wars, with more than 11,000 bots Facebook Messenger bots ready to answer your questions. Soon they'll be able to send you GIFs, too. But Google and Apple are coming up fast.
Like Cortana but hate that it always surfaces news from a certain site? Now you can dump that site thanks to a new Cortana feature.
Is anyone interested in a Windows 10 Mobile device that's not a Lumia? We'll soon find out thanks to a Kickstarter campaign from NuAns.