Confirming an earlier rumor from Reuters, moments ago Fitbit announced that it has agreed to be acquired by Google for $7.35 per share in cash, valuing the company at approximately $2.1 billion.
Remember when camcorders were simply … camcorders? They've now splintered into several sub-types, although GoPro has set about combining three of those into one unit, with its new Max.
We're living in an age of not just mass distractions, but information overload.
Piaggio Fast Forward (PFF), a segment of Vespa Scooters, announced on Tuesday that it's preparing to launch its first consumer robot that follows its owner and can haul their belongings down the street, reported Venture Beat.
Classic muscle cars were defined by their brawny V8s - it was the whole point of the thing. But it's not necessary to buy the V8 to get brawny performance out of a modern muscle car.
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Decades of innovation and technological advancement have led to a society that relies heavily on electronic gadgets. These electronics play a role in almost every aspect of human life and are vital to the survival of some individuals.
Amazon employees 'watch home security footage from Cloud Cams including video of owners having sex'
Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk claims the AI system will connect us to the internet from anywhere and will enable humans to down their phones and merely speak to access any information or make any purchases
On the heels of launching his crypto platform, McAfee Magic, the former antivirus software tycoon John McAfee plans to launch a distributed exchange on Monday, October 7. 'McAfeedex' will run on the Ethereum blockchain and McAfee insists the exch
Lighting efficiency standards continue to rise, but the Trump administration is trying to limit their scope. Here's everything you need to know.
Apple bans app to allow protesters to track Hong Kong police as the city is set to prohibit activists from wearing face masks during demonstrations
The company known for its Windows operating system is getting back into smartphones by embracing its rival's ecosystem.
Brain inserts and carbon-absorbing bacteria aren't just the fantasies of Silicon Valley's richest executives, they're also a part of a larger hope to advance artificial intelligence and computing efforts.
With companies vying for consumer interest and a crowded smartphone release cycle, you'll likely feel the pressure to upgrade to a new smartphone sooner than expected. After all, within six months manufacturers are already promoting the latest and
An Australian state has introduced special high-tech cameras to catch people using their smartphones while driving, according to the Straits Times.
Amazon has stepped into the world of connected eyewear with its first ever pair of smart glasses.
Apple has unveiled its new flagship phones for 2019, but how do they stack up against its main competitors – Samsung?
In what looks like another trade-deal victory for the Trump Administration, Apple announced on Monday that it would manufacture its Mac Pro Desktop at a factory in Austin, Texas.
A few weeks ago I experienced a virtual reality ayahuasca trip. Unlike a real ayahuasca experience I did not travel to the Amazon, spend hours vomiting, or experience any kind of ego-dissolving transcendental moment.
Hidden within your cellphone's manual is a little-known warning that advises you to keep the device at a certain distance from your body -- typically 5 to 15 millimeters -- to ensure you don't exceed the federal safety limit for radiofrequency
Well, 'principal' candidates at least
"Nearly all TV devices in our testbeds contacts Netflix even though we never configured any TV with a Netflix account," the researchers wrote.
Right after Apple announced the iPhone 11, numerous owners of older iPhones began to report device malfunctions reminiscent of a 2017 debacle in which the company admitted slowing the performance of older phones - 'officially' in order to extend thei
"We've known for a long time [multitasking] might slow you down, but our research shows, it's not just you might be slowed down; it might affect what you're perceiving in the moment."
Tracking your kids will become more private, secure, and safe when SpaceTalk, a 3G, GPS-equipped phone-watch for communicating with your kids, releases in the United States or United Kingdom in late 2019.
Why are the police and Google Ring companies conspiring to give away home surveillance door bells?
Western Digital (NASDAQ: WDC) announced its nine-disk mechanical platform, which includes energy-assisted recording technology and maintains the company's areal density leadership while delivering the highest capacity available.
Google wants you to bring Big Brother into the privacy of your home with its Google Nest surveillance system. Google's Nest Hub surveillance system is constantly looking for its owner's face and technically can't be shut off.