Apple plans to let users decide for themselves how to manage their iPhone’s battery usage. While details are currently thin on the ground, this will be accomplished by an iOS update dropping soon. Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed this in an interview mostly covering Apple’s tax affairs. Show More Summary
Video. The first look at the Tomb Raider reboot gave us plenty of tomb-raiding action, with a lot of it inspired by the 2013 video game reboot of Lara Croft's escapades. The latest trailer shows us a lot of what's been added to the film beyond the inspiration of the game series - and it's pretty much all about the legacy of Lara's mysterious dad. More »
Snap has just laid off 22 employees, a sign that the company is continuing to struggle with slow user growth. The staff cuts affected teams across the company, but the content team was particularly hard hit. According to The Information,...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump has accused Democrats of putting the U.S. military at risk.
Snap Inc. has laid off at least two dozen people across several divisions within the company, according to the Information, which first reported the news. Snap has since confirmed these layoffs, which largely affect those on the content teams in the New York and London offices. Show More Summary
Actor Tom Hardy made a mixtape out in 1999 under the name Tommy No 1.
JoyToken, a blockchain startup that aims to develop an infrastructure protocol for the online gaming industry, has released an API that demonstrates how games will run on its platform. The platform employs smart contracts to create what...Show More Summary
Prepping for the big game? Well, you’ll want to check out today’s outstanding discounts on TVs ranging from 43 to 65 inches. You can also save big on everything from high-end laptops to […] The post Geek Deals Roundup: $10 Wireless Earbuds, Pre-Order the Nintendo Labo, and more appeared first on Geek.com.
It's just over a month since the GOP-controlled Federal Communications Commission voted to gut its net neutrality rules. But if Donald Trump and his hand-picked FCC Chief Ajit Pai thought they'd settled the matter, it's now becomingShow More Summary
Earlier this week, Detroit, Michigan was treated to a rare sight: A meteor streaking across the sky and crashing down to Earth. When it touched down, those nearby were actually able to feel the impact. The US Geological Survey says that...Show More Summary
Exactly a week ago, Microsoft released the latest Windows 10 preview build with a slew of new features and improvements. Among these was a short note about the Windows Camera app getting a revamp, but the company didn’t go into much detail. That changed today with the Windows team offering a list of seven specific […]
Today we’ve got President Trump’s reaction to Apple’s $350 billion investment announcement, an app that claims to detect net neutrality violations being rejected, a fix coming for a new iMessage bug, and Tim Cook promising a toggle to...Show More Summary
Watching anything happen in slow motion is, generally, pretty rad. Watching a bunch of different TV's refresh in super slow motion is even better. More »
Some developers just demonstrate a knack for certain genres and decide to stick with them. It's not a bad way to go, and since Rayark has already given us several quality rhythm games like Cytus and VOEZ, it's only natural that the studio might want to revisit that particular music-saturated well again. Happily, what it's come
Joining several other parties in doing so, an anti-trust body in Italy today announced that it has opened a probe into Apple over allegations of planned obsolescence. Interestingly, the group is also investigating Samsung over similar claims… more…
A cadre of public interest groups and at least 22 attorneys general have filed petitions this week challenging the US FCC order that seeks to gut net neutrality. But before the real legal challenge begins, net neutrality advocates are fighting to ensure the case is heard in their court of choice. More »
Data from a Google engineer shows that just 10 percent of users have enabled two-factor authentication, with only slightly more deploying a password manager. Security advocates hate him. The post Few Gmail Users Enable Two-Factor Authentication appeared first on ExtremeTech.
January is more than half-way over – have you started your new exercise routine yet? Well, you can find discounts on new equipment if you know where to look. You can also unload some of those gift cards on a new TV or even Nintendo's...Show More Summary
Facebook Stories might feel redundant since 300 million people use its other Snapchat clones on Instagram and WhatsApp. But Facebook is convinced that the narrative, ephemeral, camera-first format is the future of sharing…and advertising. Show More Summary
We examine limited footage to figure out the robot suit—and predict Labo's future.