Razer's 'paid to play' program bribes gamers to use its Cortex software Razer's 'paid to play' program bribes gamers to use its Cortex software

Lingering in the mind of every gamer is a silly, whimsical idea that very few manage to make a reality. "Gee," we think to ourselves. "It sure would be neat if I could get someone to pay me to play video games." Most of us know it's a futile dream, b...

yesterday, 6:00
Moto G5 Plus is now available in an Amazon-subsidized flavor Moto G5 Plus is now available in an Amazon-subsidized flavor

Amazon may have given up on the Fire phone, but the company's line of low-cost "Prime Exclusive" ad-subsidized smartphones is getting a refresh today. The program launched last year with a respectable lineup of discounted, unlocked handsets that have...

yesterday, 6:00
Google might kill Hangouts' text messaging feature Google might kill Hangouts' text messaging feature

Google might soon begin implementing some big changes to Hangouts, now that the service's purpose has been redefined. According to an email reportedly sent to GSuite admins, you'll stop being able to send and receive text messages through the app on...

yesterday, 12:06
Logitech's CEO says you can innovate and be humble Logitech's CEO says you can innovate and be humble

Logitech is a rare technology company. It's been around for 35 years, all the while finding different ways to thrive as an independent accessory maker. But despite being a well-known brand, it's never been considered "hip" like Apple or Beats. Instea...

yesterday, 18:00
48 new emojis are coming to your phone this summer 48 new emojis are coming to your phone this summer

Near the end of last year, we got word that new emojis were on the way. With that announcement came a list of 51 proposed emojis that would come with the upcoming release of Unicode 10.0. That lineup has been pared down to 48, and as Emojipedia notes...

yesterday, 18:21
Twitter mulls offering a Tweetdeck subscription service Twitter mulls offering a Tweetdeck subscription service

Twitter has always been free to use and will likely remain free. But the company is now considering offering its first paid subscription service through Tweetdeck. The social network has recently sent emails to select users, asking if they'd be willi...

yesterday, 5:49
Elgato's control pad is a livestreaming sidekick Elgato's control pad is a livestreaming sidekick

The rise of livestreaming has opened the floodgates of casual broadcasting, turning many computer desks into makeshift studios. Peripherals have started catering to this market, like 360-degree cameras. In this niche, Elgato has released the Stream D...

yesterday, 3:51
Under Armour's latest $300 3D-printed sneaker arrives March 30th Under Armour's latest $300 3D-printed sneaker arrives March 30th

Last year Under Armour debuted a limited run (96 pairs) of Architech shoes with a 3D-printed midsole, and now it's continuing the line with the Futurist. Once again, that 3D printing is used to create a "dynamic lattice network" for cushioning but th...

yesterday, 8:20
The Morning After: Friday, March 24th 2017 The Morning After: Friday, March 24th 2017

Hey, good morning! It's Friday! We made it. This Friday, hackers are threatening Apple, read about experiences of online dating when as a woman in her 40s, the good and the bad in Mass Effect: Andromeda. Oh and how to dress like an adult -- with som...

yesterday, 11:00
Ofcom proposes free cash for lengthy broadband outages Ofcom proposes free cash for lengthy broadband outages

Under new proposals by Ofcom, Brits could soon receive automatic compensation for slow broadband repairs and missed engineer appointments. The measures are part of a larger crackdown on the UK's telephone and internet service providers. Openreach, th...

yesterday, 10:55