Apple is leasing cars from Hertz to test self-driving technology, Bloomberg reported on Monday, while Alphabet's self-driving car unit Waymo announced a similar partnership with Avis.
The Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo's follow-up console to the legendary Nintendo Entertainment System, launched in 1991, is coming back to stores on Sept. 29in the form of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System: Super NES Classic Edition.
Google is facing a record antitrust fine from the European Union related to the search giant's shopping search service, with an official announcement to be expected by Tuesday.
HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, is making its U.S. debut, bringing the Nokia 6 to U.S. fans in early July 2017 through Amazon.
Blast from the past. Optiarc is back, and Vinpower Digital has revised the Optiarc product line with the introduction of the Optiarc 5290S-PLUS optical disc burner, which offer the DVD+R DL Overburn feature toexpand the writing capacity from 8.5GB up to 8.7GB. >>>
AMD has unveiled the high-performance, power-efficient Radeon Pro 500 series graphics, fueling beyond-UHD creativity in All-In-One computing and found in the updated 21.5- and 27-inch iMac.
Today, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube announced the formation of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, which will help the companies make their hosted consumer services hostile to terrorists. >>>
Microsoft has filed a new patent designed to discourage potential laptop thieves, by bringing functionality that would bring the devices in line with smartphones. >>>
Samsung created Smart Switch, an service that allows you to transfer important content from any phone or OS to your new Galaxy S8, S8+ or other Galaxy device. >>>
Samsung Electronics will open its first U.S home appliance plant in Newberry, South Carolina, a move responding to U.S. President Donald Trump's threats of high import tariffs. >>>
Sega released five free mobile versions of classic games for the iPhones and Android smartphones including Sonic the Hedgehog. >>>
While significant advances have been made to camera sensors and the algorithms that process images, optical systems have not seen the same radical improvements. Microsoft researchers set out to solve one of the most well-known optical issues in conventional photography: field curvature. >>>