Japanese government has confirmed that all medals for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games will made from recycled smartphones and other electronics.
An Xbox modder has created the Xbook One; an Xbox One S converted into a briefcase-size gaming laptop which can be used portably.
Facebook has unveiled Area 404; a 22,000 square foot hardware lab in which it will construct new virtual reality and networking technologies.
Apple has announced its plans to invest heavily into augmented reality following the success of Pokemon Go.
The next big improvement to Windows 10 will arrive on August 2nd in Microsoft’s Anniversary Update – here are 5 new improvements which you’ll want to use!
Hold on to your VHS tapes; the last known active VCR maker has officially shut down; rendering the format to true obsolescence.
Could you employ someone to mine Bitcoins for you? Jaco van der Walt lifts the lid on how Bitcoin could shape an industry!
The console vs. PC war is sure to endure, but what can gamers expect from the future of the GPU?
Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini is a small, non-hydraulic version of the company’s larger Spot robot, and is capable of a level of autonomy.
Looking for an inexpensive, easy to use heart rate monitor? You can’t go wrong with the DankoSpark Heart Rate Monitor. We take the little device for a test drive to see how that claim holds up!