The largest dinosaur species ever discovered — a new type of Titanosaur — is now on display at the American Museum of Natural History.
This must have been a pretty bad year for Mark Zuckerberg. He thought he’d be a hero, but now he’s a pariah. Why?
Fixstars has just shattered the record for SSD drives, with a 13TB monster. While it’s not for everyone (and the five-figure price tag is a bit much for most), it’s the largest single SSD ever manufactured.
Intel is claiming that its integrated graphics are now the equal of what AMD and Nvidia ship. Does it actually hold water?
The brightest supernova ever may be pushing the boundaries of physics — and that could be a huge help for astronomers.
Google’s Pixel C is a nice tablet, but it’s hard to live with as a productivity machine.
There’s an embarrassing flaw in the way some discrete video cards handle web browsing — and it could show other PC users a lot more about your browsing habits than you’d like them to know.
A bill recently sent to committee in New York State would mandate encryption backdoors on all commercial devices. Manufacturers would be forced to include these provisions, or face a $2500 fine.
It’s about exactly what you think: saving us from a threat that’s been looming since before humanity walked the Earth.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has just announced the company’s latest I/O conference; will it finally address the Android tablet app situation?
A new report from Dutch authorities claims that PGP-encrypted BlackBerrys can be cracked with specialized hardware, illustrating how difficult it is to secure hardware in someone else’s possession.
America going forward with the development of a ‘precision-guided atom bomb’ despite concerns that such weapons could make the initiation of nuclear hostilities more likely in the coming days.
California rejected VW’s proposed settlement offer for 2.0L engines today, with the EPA’s approval. Meanwhile, the company’s new chief executive is still having trouble acknowledging wrongdoing.
AMD has slashed the price of its tiny Radeon Nano by nearly 23%. At $500, the GPU is now a serious bargain.
Intel has confirmed a significant bug in Skylake when running certain operations. Exact details and proposed fixes, however, remain unclear.
A new security report from Google has found critical vulnerabilities in TrendMicro’s antivirus software. It’s the second time in a matter of weeks that we’ve seen major vendors under fire for inexcusable product flaws.
The popular cracking group 3DM has predicted that advances in cryptography may render games impossible to crack within two years. Could we finally see the end of the eternal publisher-cracker war?
Nikon shooters yearning for an update to its small-sensor line of cameras have had an incredibly long wait since the D300, but it may have been worth it. The new Nikon D500 is an awesome package of features for about the same price as previous high-end DX-format models.
The terrifying truth is that this seemingly important development is just one of many, many losses of US military secrets.
HEXO+ makes it easier than ever to star in your own movie, while it follows your every move down the slopes or along your favorite trail. We went hands-on to see for ourself.
Intel is making a big splash with its RealSense depth-enabled camera for Windows, but now Google and Lenovo are bringing something even more powerful to Android consumers through Project Tango.
BMW, Chevrolet, Faraday Future, Harman, and VW show off at CES. Hat tip to the Chevrolet Bolt, a 200-mile EV that actually will ship late this year.
Forbes recently began requiring readers to disable adblockers if they want to view the site — then served them malware when they did.
SpaceX is aiming for a second Falcon 9 recovery later this month, but it’s back to using the drone ship.
The company responsible for the leak, the Southern California Power Company, has been ordered to begin extensive safety monitoring and to cease injecting new gas into the same storage formation.
T-Mobile’s John Legere claims to be mystified as to why people are criticizing his company — and he’s not going to take it anymore.
Dell customers have been reporting suspicious phone calls from scammers who know a little too much personal information. Could it be an inside job?
At CES this week, Razer unveiled a new laptop prototype that combines ultrabook portability with the power of an external GPU. The new solution could finally allow gamers to buy ultrabook-class hardware without giving up on cutting-edge titles.
Microsoft is sending out an end-of-life update to old versions of IE next week, which will be the final browser security update this 20% of internet users see unless they upgrade.
North Korea is claiming to have detonated a hydrogen bomb, but the size of the explosion and the country’s own nuclear prowess both say otherwise.