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Samsung's little black box will hot-wire your car to the internet. Eek!

Insurance companies happy – but why should motor owners bother? Samsung is developing a small black box device that will plug into your car under the dashboard and instantly turn it into a smart, connected car.…

Go to Topshop, make a Bluetooth gizmo, stick it on your dress

Fashion retailer plans Top Pitch competition for wearable tech High-street retailer Topshop is opening an innovation hub for wearable tech.…

Vreal Brings Video Game Streaming (And Capture) To The VR Age

Vreal announced a streaming platform that will allow gamers to stream their VR adventures and create 2D and 360-degree captures of the action.

Tom's Hardware Q1 2016 System Builder Marathon: The Winners

The winners of our Q1 2016 System Builder Marathon are revealed! Are you one of them?

Could Nintendo's Mysterious 'NX' Console Run On An AMD Zen APU?

Nintendo revealed the projected launch window for its upcoming "NX" gaming console, but not much else is known about the company's next video game platform.

How The FBI Dodges Compliance With The ‘Vulnerability Equities Process’

The FBI has a history of refusing to comply with court orders or policies that say it must disclose software flaws and investigative techniques, yet the Bureau is calling out Apple and other companies for being "above the law."

SilverStone Unveils ML09 Mini-ITX HTPC Case

SilverStone announced its compact ML09 mini-ITX HTPC case for compact system builders.

MakerBot is done making its own 3D printers

As the high-end 3D printer market cools off, MakerBot decides to outsource its hardware to a general electronics manufacturer.

Space-based relativity experiment is crucial to the search for gravitational waves

The Microscope satellite will test our ability to put objects into perfect free fall, and that's more important than you might think.

ET deals: Save $48 on a 24-inch Dell SE2417HG gaming monitor

Looking for an affordable monitor that's well-suited for fast-paced gaming? Check out the 24-inch SE2417HG gaming monitor from Dell. Not only does it deliver full HD at 60Hz, but the response time on this display is a mere 2ms. And if you use today's coupon, you'll save a total of 22% off the list price.

Blizzard claims it shut down classic World of Warcraft server to protect its intellectual property

Blizzard is claiming that it had no choice but to shut down the third-party classic WoW server Nostalrius, in order to protect its property rights. Is running an official "classic" server really so difficult?

Ex-Apple gurus' elusive Android phone coming to UK next month

Obi Worldphone aims for the budget buyer The startup backed by former Apple CEO John Sculley is most famous today for being elusive - but all that’s about to change. Obi Worldphone told us today its first UK phone will launch here next month, promising style and mid-range specs for a paltry £119.…

Microsoft fingered for Western Euro PC tragedy

The decision to kill off Windows with Bing heaps misery on OEMs Microsoft last year effectively murdered one part of the mobile PC market that was going gangbusters - Windows with Bing (WwB) - and unsurprisingly this is now reflected in weaker sales across Western Europe.…

MSI Cubi 2 Plus vPro Skylake mini-STX PC Review

The desktop PC market has been subject to many challenges over the last few years. However, the miniaturization trend (including the introduction of the ultra-compact form factor - UCFF - NUCs) has provided some bright spots. The recent...Show More Summary

ASRock H170M Pro4S And H170M-ITX/ac Motherboard Reviews

Today, we're looking at two more H170-chipset motherboard samples, both from ASRock. Are they worthy of consideration, particularly in comparison to the H170 boards previously reviewed?

Nixeus Moda Pro Keyboard Sports White Keys And Aluminum Chassis, Bumps Moda V2 Down In Price

Nixeus, maker of mostly austere, simple mechanical keyboards, is back with a third offering: the white-keyed, aluminum Moda Pro.

End The Robot War With 'Livelock'

"Livelock" puts you 150 years into the future, when humans load their consciousness onto robots to wipe out enemy mechanized units on planet Earth. Sound fun to me.

Apple just posted its first quarterly sales decline in 13 years

Apple just posted its first sales decline in 13 years, but the company's overall finances and financial position remain extremely solid.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Review: A Premium, Ultra-Thin Windows Convertible

It looks like Microsoft’s grit is paying off. After years of shepherding its Surface tablets, Microsoft seems to have convinced its partners that there is a market for premium, Windows-based ultra portables. HP’s Spectre x2 caught our attention late last year and Dell’s XPS 12 and Lenovo’s Yoga (technically a convertible) impressed us more...

Apple Announces Q2 Fiscal Year 2016 Results: iPhone Sales Slowed But Services Gain

This afternoon, Apple released their Q2 earnings for fiscal year 2016, which ended on March 26. The company saw revenues decline for the first time since Q1 2003, according to CNN. The results today did not meet expectations, but that was quite a run to go over 13 years without a year-over-year decline in revenue. Show More Summary

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