Weekend workshop: Make this 3D-printed side table, even without a 3D printer
Weekend workshop: Make this 3D-printed side table, even without a 3D printer

You can't 3D print a full piece of furniture, but you can 3D print joints that make building your own furniture a snap. In this article, we'll show you how to do just that, and create an awesome tripod end table that's...

NASA is teaming up with the United Arab Emirates to send humans into space
NASA is teaming up with the United Arab Emirates to send humans into space

Nasa has recently signed a deal with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to advance human space travel. In a recent tweet, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced the signing of a joint letter of intent.

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Best Samsung Galaxy S8 battery cases
Best Samsung Galaxy S8 battery cases

It's frustrating when your smartphone runs out of power, and batteries perform worse the older they get. Maybe you should check out some of the best Samsung Galaxy S8 battery cases and secure yourself some stamina.

July 20th, 6:26 am
Asus ZenBook S vs. Dell XPS 13
Asus ZenBook S vs. Dell XPS 13

We pit the Asus ZenBook S against the Dell XPS 13 to see which of these thin and light Windows notebooks offer the best combination of performance, battery life, and build quality. Does the XPS 13 still hold the crown for...

July 20th, 5:56 pm
Microsoft stops a Russian attempt at hacking 2018 midterm elections
Microsoft stops a Russian attempt at hacking 2018 midterm elections

Microsoft discovered that the Russian GRU military intelligence agency attempted to hack the 2018 U.S. midterm elections using similar phishing tactics previously employed to hack the 2016 presidential election.

July 20th, 10:56 am
Prisons are fighting back against contraband-dropping drones. Here’s how
Prisons are fighting back against contraband-dropping drones. Here’s how

The threat of people smuggling contraband into prisons via drone is a genuine threat here in 2018. This anti-drone surveillance system is designed to help solve the problem for good.

July 20th, 12:11 pm
DARPA’s latest endeavor is a tiny robotics challenge called the SHRIMP Olympics
DARPA’s latest endeavor is a tiny robotics challenge called the SHRIMP Olympics

DARPA is seeking proposals for tiny robots, weighing less than a gram and smaller than one cubic centimeter, to compete against one another in a series of Olympic-themed competitions.

July 20th, 3:26 pm
Spider silk could be used to create artificial skin to help heal wounds
Spider silk could be used to create artificial skin to help heal wounds

Spider silk is pretty versatile stuff. The latest use for its unusual mix of strength and elasticity? Creating artificial skin and dressings for helping heal wounds. Here is how it works.

July 16th, 11:09 am
Uber may soon turn into your personalized mini convenience store
Uber may soon turn into your personalized mini convenience store

Taking an Uber may soon be an all-inclusive experience. The transportation giant recently partnered with Cargo, the startup that offers in-car shopping experiences to those on the move.

July 20th, 2:11 pm
Have an old 3G phone? You won’t be able to get it activated by Verizon anymore
Have an old 3G phone? You won’t be able to get it activated by Verizon anymore

If your phone isn't 4G LTE-compatible, don't look to Verizon to solve your problems. The mobile service provider has begun to cease activating phones that don't have this relatively modern technology available.

July 20th, 2:11 pm
How to improve your Android privacy
How to improve your Android privacy

If you have an Android device and you’re concerned about your privacy, then we have a few tips for you. Learn about the settings you can change to improve your Android privacy and safeguard your personal data.

July 19th, 6:26 am
AMD’s Ryzen desktop CPUs for 2019 may double the core count
AMD’s Ryzen desktop CPUs for 2019 may double the core count

Although we’re waiting for AMD to release new low-end second-generation Ryzen CPUs, AMD appears to be betting big on 2019. If current rumors are true, Ryzen 3 mainstream desktop CPUs will sport up to 16 cores using its Zen...

July 20th, 12:10 pm
Some Samsung phones aren’t alerting users of app background processes
Some Samsung phones aren’t alerting users of app background processes

Worried that Facebook is spying on you? Some Samsung phones aren't correctly showing some apps on the App Permission Monitor, so users won't be alerted if an app tries to access certain permissions.

July 20th, 10:56 am
What is Android? All your questions about the operating system answered
What is Android? All your questions about the operating system answered

Despite being on more than 2 billion phones, it's still possible to be unsure about parts of Android. What is stock Android, what's Oreo, and should you know about Android Go? We've got your answers.

July 20th, 5:11 am
Hidden smartphone codes for Android and iOS
Hidden smartphone codes for Android and iOS

Turns out cheat codes aren't just for video games; smartphones have hidden features built into them which you can access by punching in specific codes. Here are some of the most useful smartphone codes for Android and iOS.

July 20th, 5:11 am
Apple quietly confirms 2018 MacBook Pro ships with anti-debris design
Apple quietly confirms 2018 MacBook Pro ships with anti-debris design

Apple appears to have a permanent fix in place to address the MacBook Pro's sticky key problem when it announced the 2018 refresh. But the fix won't be coming to the company's older notebooks, leaving existing owners out...

July 19th, 9:56 am
How to install Windows on a Chromebook
How to install Windows on a Chromebook

If you want to push the functionality of your new Chromebook to another level, and Linux isn't really your deal, you can try installing Windows on a Chromebook. Here's how to do so, just in case you're looking to nab some...

July 19th, 2:25 pm
Get your moon boots ready: Samsung’s new VR experience launches you into space
Get your moon boots ready: Samsung’s new VR experience launches you into space

In New York City? For the next year, Samsung will let you simulate walking on the moon, thanks to the Gear VR, Galaxy S9 Plus, and a complicated harness system that was developed in partnership with NASA.

July 19th, 6:26 am
The launch of the new MacBook Pro has been a complete disaster
The launch of the new MacBook Pro has been a complete disaster

Apple has flubbed what should've been a simple processor bump for the MacBook Pro. From issues with pricing and CPU throttling to the keyboard, the MacBook Pro is in an even worse position than before the update.

July 19th, 1:10 pm
BlackBerry to use the oldest trick in the book to push new keyboard phone
BlackBerry to use the oldest trick in the book to push new keyboard phone

BlackBerry has already teased it will release two new keyboard phones this year, and we may be just about to get the second. Leaks are hinting the phone will be called the BlackBerry Key2 Lite, which may cost less than the...

July 19th, 4:26 am
OpenSignal names T-Mobile the best mobile network in almost all categories
OpenSignal names T-Mobile the best mobile network in almost all categories

According to the latest OpenSignal report, T-Mobile takes first place for fastest 4G download speed. In comparison to its competitors, the carrier also snagged the top spots in almost all other categories.

July 19th, 8:41 am
Mad Huawei TalkBand is a Bluetooth earpiece worn in the ear, and on your wrist
Mad Huawei TalkBand is a Bluetooth earpiece worn in the ear, and on your wrist

It has always been a problem knowing where to store your Bluetooth earpiece when it's not in use, as wearing it all the time makes you look silly. Huawei has the answer with the TalkBand B5, the latest in a line of models...

July 19th, 5:26 am
The Nokia X5 is a budget phone with a premium glass body and a notch
The Nokia X5 is a budget phone with a premium glass body and a notch

Nokia's busting back into the budget market with the Nokia X5, a cheap phone with a premium glass body, a notched display, and a dual-lens camera. Could this be released globally as the Nokia 5.1 Plus?

July 19th, 6:26 am
The best websites like Craigslist (that aren’t)
The best websites like Craigslist (that aren’t)

Whether you are tired of Craigslist or simply looking for more exposure on the dining room table you're trying to sell, here are some more websites like Craigslist that might have what you're looking for.

July 19th, 6:26 am
Only Google should be mad about having to change Android
Only Google should be mad about having to change Android

Google has been hit with a massive fine in a landmark antitrust case in Europe, and has been told to change the way it manages its Android operating system, or face a heavier financial hit.

July 18th, 3:26 pm
Brother’s new INKvestment Tank printer is made for people who hate buying ink cartridges
Brother’s new INKvestment Tank printer is made for people who hate buying ink cartridges

With a new ink cartridge design, Brother's new INKvestment Tank printer can run for up to a year before the cartridges need replacing -- ideal for users who want convenience and cost-savings.

July 18th, 4:41 pm
Corning’s Gorilla Glass 6 will help your phone survive up to 15 drops before it shatters
Corning’s Gorilla Glass 6 will help your phone survive up to 15 drops before it shatters

Corning has finally taken the wraps off of the long-awaited Gorilla Glass 6 -- a glass that will be used to protect the next generation of smartphones and that Corning says will allow your phone to survive up to 15 drops...

July 18th, 2:26 pm
Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL problems, and what to do about them
Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL problems, and what to do about them

Google’s Pixel 2 smartphones have plenty to recommend them, but they’re not perfect. We've rounded up the most common Pixel 2 issues and Pixel 2 XL problems here and identify workarounds or fixes to help you cope with them.

July 17th, 9:40 am
Moving around in zero gravity is hard. MIT’s solution? Spider-Man’s web shooter
Moving around in zero gravity is hard. MIT’s solution? Spider-Man’s web shooter

Researchers from MIT have been researching ways for astronauts to easily move around in microgravity. One solution is that they can use Spider-Man-style web shooters to pull themselves around.

July 18th, 2:26 pm
These are the best video chat apps to help you stay in touch
These are the best video chat apps to help you stay in touch

Though still relatively new, video chat apps can help you connect with people from around the world. Here are our personal favorites to help you keep in touch regardless of smartphone OS.

July 18th, 1:11 pm
World’s first VR-augmented waterslide is totally unnecessary, but also amazing
World’s first VR-augmented waterslide is totally unnecessary, but also amazing

An amusement park in Germany unveiled the world's first waterslide that requires riders to wear a virtual reality headset. Here's what went into making this waterlogged VR dream a reality.

July 18th, 12:10 pm
To celebrate World Emoji Day, Google’s blobmoji are back as sticker packs
To celebrate World Emoji Day, Google’s blobmoji are back as sticker packs

Google replaced blobmoji as the standard emoji in Android last year with Android 8.0 Oreo. Now, however, it's finally bringing it back -- sort of. Users can download blobmoji as sticker packs in Google's Gboard.

July 17th, 3:25 pm
With a public API, Venmo’s default privacy settings expose private user data
With a public API, Venmo’s default privacy settings expose private user data

Fans of Venmo may want to consider changing their privacy settings. A security researcher was able to analyze over 200 million Venmo transactions through its public API, which exposed many private details about its users.

July 18th, 9:41 am
Here are the best laptop deals for Amazon Prime Day 2018
Here are the best laptop deals for Amazon Prime Day 2018

Amazon Prime Day is one of the biggest online sales day of the year -- and a great time to pick up a new laptop. From Chromebooks to gaming laptops, these are our choices for the best laptops to consider buying at Amazon's...

July 16th, 1:10 pm
From picking to pollinating, agribots are pushing farming into the future
From picking to pollinating, agribots are pushing farming into the future

Farming is becoming increasingly challenging. To deal with environmental pollution, labor shortage, and other major issues, agricultural scientists are turning to robots and AI.

July 18th, 12:25 am
Microsoft is digging itself a hole by giving away free Surface Docks
Microsoft is digging itself a hole by giving away free Surface Docks

Microsoft is giving away a free Surface Dock with the purchase of a Surface Book 2 or a Surface Laptop. If you have a Surface Book 2 15-inch, however, that free gift might turn you off.

July 17th, 12:55 pm

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