Gadgets and Tech
Restoring your phone to its factory settings every few months is actually good practice. Here's why and how exactly you should go about doing it.
Disney+ has launched in the form of a free pilot in Holland with several films available for viewing.
An asteroid twice the size of the Empire State Building will fly past Earth this weekend, but there's no chance of it colliding with our planet.
We all have ideas of what the future could look like in terms of technological advancements, but some of them are closer to becoming reality than you think. Appliances are one such area that has begun...
Vinyl record sales are rapidly catching up with CD sales, and might well outsell their smaller, shinier rival this year for the first time since 1986.
Shortly after Disney+ revealed it will release its TV show's episodes weekly, Netflix appears to be following suit.
Wikipedia has reported being the victim of a cyber-attack following the site being forced offline in multiple countries on Friday.
Apparently, there’s nothing Amazon won’t try to develop. One of the most profitable companies in the world is hard at work trying to make it easier for Amazon members and customers to more easily part...
In a strange story that came out Friday, CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey had his Twitter account hacked by a group called The Chuckle Squad.
If Google wanted, they could claim several million dollars in bounty rewards from Apple for revealing a number of iPhone security issues.
Not only does Netflix still offer a DVD rental service, but it rented out its five billionth title just this week.
The Federal Aviation Administration has threatened $25,000 fines for anyone caught with a drone that's fitted with any weapon.
Mahaton, a self-described high-tech hygiene technology company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has introduced the world's first wireless charging self-cleaning water bottle. Perfect for those looki...
Apple is introducing an Apple Card that is a Goldman Sachs-backed credit card issued by Mastercard. It's a genius marketing play which, with more cards delivered, more iPhones will be sold.
A security flaw in a biometric system used by banks, police and defense companies in the UK left over a million fingerprints exposed, according to The Guardian.
The US Navy is reverting to traditional input methods following a nautical collision that saw 10 sailors lose their lives.
Tardigrades are probably the weirdest animal you've never heard of, and could well be resilient enough to survive life on the moon.
There are many times when we catch ourselves thinking, 'Why didn't I think of that?' when we see a cool invention - especially when said invention has made the inventor ridiculously rich. Sometimes it...