Billionaire Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is set to build a new “smart city” with a population of almost 200,000 people, according to Independent.
Rivals Intel and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) are teaming up to produce a laptop computer chip that uses an Intel processor and an AMD graphics unit.
Scientists at the University of Sussex have created a new touchscreen that could consign the days of smashed and cracked smartphone displays to history.
Wireless chargers aren’t technically wireless.
Lost amid all the excitement and celebration surrounding Apple's iPhone X and iPhone 8 was the company's decision to reduce the price on its already low-cost iPhone SE.
The 50s called and they want their tapes back. Forget crystals, holograms, or even DNA.
The BBC has announced that it plans to spend about $44 million (£34 million) in online children’s content across the next three years, responding to the rise of Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon. The plan goes into effect immediately.
It’s an end of an era for Adobe Flash, the software that helped bring online video to the masses in the Internet's early days but also frustrated people for nearly two decades over its frequent updates and buggy nature.