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Starting today, you can change your Twitch username. What's more, you can do it every 60 days, and, seemingly as a shot at Microsoft and Xbox Live, it won't cost you a dime to swap from "FluffyJungle9991" to something a that's easier to commit to mem...
Update 1: 2017/02/21 4:20pm PST The price has gone back up now. Update 2: 2017/02/24 8:39pm PST Shockingly, Verizon also has the UE Roll 2 for $49.99, making it the go-to place if you want this speaker at a good price.
The paper vs. digital argument about ebooks will continue for some time. But there’s no arguing that Amazon’s Kindle is the best ebook reader around.
With Mobile World Congress just around the corner, new smartphones are about to start launching in droves.
As the NBA's eSports league proves, video games are quickly becoming mainstream. Games are having a moment, and so are the tools used to make them.
Waymo is suing Otto and Uber for allegedly stealing its trade secrets, Layer gets more funding and acquires Cola, a major Cloudflare bug leaked sensitive data from customers’ websites and Elon Musk addresses unionization concerns at Tesla.
Okay, so it really doesn’t seem like Google has any idea what they’re doing with Android’s messaging situation.
The latest ripple effect from recent reports of ingrained sexism within Uber is that the engineer who originally wrote about them now says someone is trying to dig up dirt on her.
Nintendo, noted inventors of playthings and haters of Bluetooth headsets, is taking a Tokyo-based sightseeing company to court in the hopes of forcing the employees to stop wearing Nintendo-themed costumes while working.
Apple real estate news continues to build up this week. After revealing the name of its soon-to-be-opened new headquarters in Silicon Valley, the iPhone maker is growing its footprint and workforce in Seattle—not far from the homes of Amazon and Microsoft.
Last night, tunneling fan CEO Elon Musk sent an email to Tesla employees firing back against allegations of poor working conditions and low pay.
I have a bit of a Kickstarter problem. I'll go on Kickstarter for a couple minutes, as per usual, to hunt for any interesting new projects to blog about.
One of my favorite features of the Galaxy Note 7 was a new feature called “Secure Folder” that allowed you to keep personal files, including photos, videos and more, all behind Samsung’s strong Knox encryption technology.
Apple's CarPlay in-vehicle infotainment system has been around since 2014 — and since then, it's been tethered to car dashboards by a Lightning connection like any another anonymous AUX cord.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is trying to block a privacy rule which would protect your internet data.
If you're using the Nexus 6P and enrolled in the beta program, you should be checking your phone for a new update.
These days, everyone on the internet already knows if you're a dog. Thanks to a newly developed tracking technique, they may soon know even more. Pennsylvania-based computer science professor Yinzhi Cao just unveiled a method that IEEE Spectrum reports makes "fingerprinting" across multiple web browsers possible — with a striking degree of accuracy.
Best Pour Over Coffee Maker: Gadget Review Top 3 Picks. Gadget Review - Your lifestyle gadget site With coffee giants like Starbucks officially adopting the pour over coffee method as the superior way to brew the perfect cup of Joe, you might be asking yourself, what is the best pour over coffee maker in 2017?
Some day, every smartphone in the world will be able to access Amazon’s awesome virtual personal assistant Alexa.
Yesterday it was reported that Alphabet’s self-driving division Waymo filed a lawsuit against Otto and Uber, alleging the Otto stole Waymo’s lidar design to be used in their self-driving cars, and because Uber owns Otto, it seems that they were dragged along into the lawsuit.