America is driving gun sales on the dark web America is driving gun sales on the dark web

Sixty percent of all the weapons sold on the dark web are smuggled out of the US, according to research from the RAND Corporation. It, along with the University of Manchester, began investigating the illegal trade in firearms, explosives and ammuniti...

yesterday, 15:16
Christopher Nolan is no fan of Netflix's movie strategy Christopher Nolan is no fan of Netflix's movie strategy

Don't expect Christopher Nolan to produce a Netflix-only magnum opus any time soon. In an interview, the Dunkirk director says he chooses not to work with Netflix over what he sees as a "bizarre aversion" to supporting theatrical movies. The stream...

yesterday, 3:16
Intel reportedly killed its wearables division Intel reportedly killed its wearables division

When TechCrunch reported last year that Intel is getting out of wearables, the tech titan vehemently denied it. Now a new report by CNBC indicates that the company is indeed leaving the business behind: the publication says Intel has axed the whole d...

yesterday, 9:02
The Morning After: Thursday, July 20th 2017 The Morning After: Thursday, July 20th 2017

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. How do you do, fellow kids? Our back to school guide is overflowing with laptop and desktop recommendations, there's a smart workout-stick Kickstarter and everyone's talking about 911. Also, keep an eye out late...

yesterday, 12:00
Mozilla's new Firefox features improve browsing on iOS and Android Mozilla's new Firefox features improve browsing on iOS and Android

Firefox is adding a few quality-of-life features to its mobile browsers. To celebrate hitting one million downloads in the month since it launched, the minimalistic, privacy-intensive Firefox Focus for Android now lets users download files, supports...

today, 0:06
Lenovo reveals AR headset and other ambitious AI concepts Lenovo reveals AR headset and other ambitious AI concepts

You might know Lenovo for its laptops and Yogabooks, but the electronics maker is apparently used to conjuring up some pretty far-out concepts much more exciting than a 2-in-1. At its third annual Tech World innovation summit, it has revealed not jus...

yesterday, 6:00
Former Dreamworks exec's 'New TV' pitch: 10 minute episodes Former Dreamworks exec's 'New TV' pitch: 10 minute episodes

Over the years Jeffrey Katzenberg has gotten behind ideas big (Dreamworks 3D animated movies) and small (AwesomenessTV, an online video company backed by Dreamworks and Engadget parent company Verizon), but his next idea combines the two. As profiled...

yesterday, 5:34
Hack into a world of cyberpunk horror next month in 'Observer' Hack into a world of cyberpunk horror next month in 'Observer'

If you think things are unendurably awful in the world today, maybe don't play Observer when it hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac and Linux on August 15th. Observer follows one of the darkest paths at humanity's feet, imagining a 2084 where corp...

yesterday, 4:17
The OnePlus 5 has an update coming to fix its scary 911 reboot bug The OnePlus 5 has an update coming to fix its scary 911 reboot bug

If there's one thing your cellphone really needs to do, it's work in an emergency. A couple of days ago, however, one owner of the OnePlus 5 made two attempts to call 911 only to have his phone reboot both times. Other posters on Reddit observed the...

yesterday, 7:33
Here's the 'Words With Friends' TV show you didn't ask for Here's the 'Words With Friends' TV show you didn't ask for

Zynga's Words With Friends is one of those few smartphone games that has survived for far longer than many early mobile titles -- it still has a huge fan base (55 million active games at any one time) 8 years after its debut. And now, the developer w...

yesterday, 10:31