We know the "Rampage" movie will have three things: The Rock, The Ford Bronco and Naomi Harris.
Debuting in India, the new Profile Guard feature will stop unwanted people from copying your profile picture, and could expand to additional countries soon.
When sales eventually start to dip, you've got to appease the shareholders somehow.
Three “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” movies and nine “Star Trek” films are just some of the titles joining Hulu.
We also chat about Fireball malware.
The social network, dealing with existential questions about its role in the world, isn't just about connecting everyone. It now wants to try to help people get along.
As it should be, considering how immensely capable it is.
Researchers at Caltech say that they're developing a single-layer "lensless camera" that can switch from a fisheye to a telephoto lens instantly.
It might seem obvious, but new data from Safehome offers a fascinating look at the different ways different generations balance privacy, security and convenience.
Lenovo's first ThinkPad was a groundbreaking crowdpleaser back in 1992. Now, 25 years later, the company will honor it with a nostalgia-inducing throwback model.
Days after the shocking departure of directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, reports are emerging that esteemed director Ron Howard is taking over.
The Audiophiliac tries on a set of Hifiman RE800 in-ear headphones, and really loves their sound.
"Skimmers" are illegal card readers that criminals can hide at places like gas pumps to steal your credit card data without you realizing it. Here's how to stay safe.
View your camera's live video feed on the Echo Show's screen with a quick Alexa command.
Commentary: Uber’s bad-boy culture puts a spotlight on how Silicon Valley needs to change.
When researchers discovered Fireball, they saw that it hit more than 250 million computers. Microsoft is arguing it’s more like 5 million.
LG Display's latest insanely futuristic take on "TV" is a massive 77-inch OLED panel that can unroll into a see-through tapestry of awesome.
Apple's decision to start making its own graphics chips caused a 69 percent drop in Imagination Technology's share price.
The Chinese company's flagship phone dazzles with its looks and powerful internal hardware.
Pokemon caught by cheating will also "not behave as expected".
Trump's controversial wall will "pay for itself" with solar panels,
Uranage is the new black. (A uranage is a pro wrestling move. That’s gonna be important later on.)
You can also get slightly larger models for $50 and $60. All three support Bluetooth as well. Plus: your chance to win a "Logan" movie prop!
Starting July 27 in Singapore, the exhibit packs over 30 replicas of UNESCO heritage sites built entirely in Lego. It'll head back to Japan in September.
And ancient galaxy that stopped producing new stars a very long time ago shows how dead galaxies could continue to change shape.
The electronics giant has started manufacturing the Exynos i T200, its first processor designed for the Internet of Things.
The ransomware that shut down Britain's healthcare system still seems to be going strong.
See Downey Jr., Benedict Cumberbatch (dressed as Doctor Strange), Mark Ruffalo and Benedict Wong sharing a meal on the set of Marvel's "Avengers: Infinity War."
Netflix released a new poster and motion key art of Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist in "The Defenders," debuting on August 18.
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