If you've got a pair of Google Assistant-supporting headphones and phone, now you can get real-time translation just like the Pixel Buds'.
Compact yet versatile, this is an ideal light to throw in a pocket, purse, glove compartment or backpack.
Which big phone will rule them all?
An extra two years of factory coverage never hurts.
The company behind the supersonic vehicle seeking to break the land-speed record must either find new investors or shut down.
Google's latest phone comes with top-tier features, but here's how it stacks up to previous versions.
Like a Psion without the keys
Samsung has been granted a patent (PDF) for a foldable mobile device, giving important clues as to how it’s approaching the market with the new technology.…
The minimum Instant Transfer fee will be $0.25.
Players say it's forced them to factory reset their consoles.
The smaller of Google's new Pixel 3 phones throws down against the competition.
The final 24 contestants were seen in business class on a flight to LA - but then went back to economy.
At Adobe Max, HP unveiled its new "club", which offers try before you buy, bundles, configuration advice and leasing plans for "Elite Creators."
The Adobe Max conference brought a taste of Adobe's cross-device version of Photoshop, art spin-off Project Gemini and a deluge of Creative Cloud updates.
Ultra-wide monitors are overwhelming yet impressive to behold, and Dell thinks it has made one that will appeal to all types of professionals. The new U4919DW UltraSharp 49-inch curved monitor nods to the massive gaming monitors made by Samsung, MSI, and others, but it adds a workplace spin while upping the resolution to QHD.
Dell describes the U4919DW as the equivalent of two 27-inch monitors stuck together, and its dual mode cements that comparison. Users can fill the entire screen with their desired programs, or they can split it down the middle so the display literally looks like a beast with two heads—two different screens sitting side by side on a single stand.
It's the first Wear OS watch with newer battery-extending processors, but it's also crazy expensive.
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Chip rivals lock lips to make customers happy
Intel on Monday joined hands with Arm, its occasional rival, in an attempt to make the notoriously dismal state of Internet-of-Things security less so.…
Too bad, because it could be really convenient for a lot of us.
Think chess pieces, not nesting dolls.
A couple of years ago, I received a review copy of a book titled Sekret Machines: Gods, which was billed as an "investigation of the UFO phenomenon." The lead author was Tom DeLonge, a founder of the rock band Blink 182 and its former long-time lead singer.
I'd been a fan of the irreverent band in my younger days, and my now-wife and I had attended a few concerts and enjoyed ourselves. It was difficult for me to imagine that the former lead singer of a band with an album titled Take Off Your Pants and Jacket had engaged in any kind of serious scholarship or research. Queen guitarist Brian May, however, went on to earn a PhD in astrophysics, so you never know.
I made it about half way through the book before I gave up. The authors, DeLonge and Peter Levenda, spent most of the pages I slogged through cherry-picking ancient cultures and religion to find curious or unexplained things. Then, they attribute these experiences to mysterious alien influences.