The Entire Galaxy of Hardware Samsung Announced Today

The Entire Galaxy of Hardware Samsung Announced Today

The vision includes 5G, folding displays, and a brand new line of Galaxy phones filled with flashy features. Samsung wants you to buy its latest hardware, but it also needs you to buy into its vision for the future, so you'll keep returning to the ecosystem of Galaxy products for years to come.

Which MacBook Should You Actually Buy?

Which MacBook Should You Actually Buy?

The new Air is a lot like the new MacBook Pro models, with a sharp, 13-inch Retina display, a responsive trackpad, an improved butterfly keyboard (with a dust shield), surprisingly potent speakers, and two USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports for charging and hooking up peripherals.

Apple Has Blocked Google's Internal Apps, Too

Apple Has Blocked Google's Internal Apps, Too

"The Screenwise Meter iOS app should not have operated under Apple’s developer enterprise program—this was a mistake, and we apologize,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement Wednesday.

We Need a Radical New Way to Understand Screen Use

We Need a Radical New Way to Understand Screen Use

Earlier this month, researchers from the Oxford Internet Institute published a study in the journal Nature Human Behavior that plainly illustrates how that happened: The gigantic surveys underlying many tech-use studies can be interpreted in such a variety of ways that two different researchers looking at the exact same data set can—and have!—reached opposite conclusions about the association between screen time and well-being.

Scientists Reconstruct an Object by Photographing Its Shadow

Scientists Reconstruct an Object by Photographing Its Shadow

“They’ve demonstrated that in some situations, you really don’t need expensive sensors,” says Gordon Wetzstein, an electrical engineer at Stanford University, who was not involved with the work but is developing a similar camera, using lasers.

CES 2019 Liveblog: We're Here in Vegas, Touching All the Gadgets

CES 2019 Liveblog: We're Here in Vegas, Touching All the Gadgets

It’s set to come out later this year, but LG is cagey on the price—likely because it will take more than a fat roll of Franklins to afford it.—Jeffrey Van Camp It's Thermo Time 8:55 am: One of the wearables that stood out at last night's CES press preview was the Matrix PowerWatch 2, the follow-up to Matrix’s original smartwatch.

Samsung TVs Score iTunes and a MicroLED Upgrade

Samsung TVs Score iTunes and a MicroLED Upgrade

The 75-inch display will still likely cost a fortune, whenever it ends up shipping; Sivori says the company will provide an update on timing sometime later this year, not a hopeful sign for 2019 gratification.

5 Tips and Tricks for the Amazon Kids Tablet and Echo Dot

5 Tips and Tricks for the Amazon Kids Tablet and Echo Dot

Call Santa on the Echo Dot!I found that the Echo Dot for Kids was less useful than the Fire tablet for a closely supervised 3-year-old, but one of Amazon's latest features may make me reconsider.

14 Surprising Things You Can Do With Your Nintendo Switch

14 Surprising Things You Can Do With Your Nintendo Switch

To see the battery life, and adjust a few other settings like volume and brightness, hold down the Home button while playing a game.

Watch the New Captain Marvel Trailer Now

Watch the New Captain Marvel Trailer Now

For the Marvel fans who watched many of their favorite heroes vanquished last years by the Snap in Avengers: Infinity War, that’s one of the big head-scratchers of Captain Marvel: Once she finds out who she really is, but will be it enough to save the day?We’ll know soon enough.

The Brief History—and Uncertain Future—of Foldable Phones

The Brief History—and Uncertain Future—of Foldable Phones

Depending on what material a given company uses to solve its electrode problem, you could expect a folding screen to potentially lack the brightness you’re accustomed to as well.A transparent, foldable display isn't a single entity forged in the depths of Mount Samsung.

How to Easily Locate the Accelerometer in an iPhone

How to Easily Locate the Accelerometer in an iPhone

Moving in a circle at a constant speed means there is indeed an acceleration.If we have an object moving in a circle, the acceleration is pointed towards the center of the circle and depends on two things: the angular velocity (ω) and the circular radius (r).

There Are No More Small Phones

There Are No More Small Phones

Which in turn means the age of small smartphones has officially come to an end.When Apple debuted the iPhone SE in 2016, it was remarkable not just for its diminutive 4-inch screen size, but for its amped-up capabilities even given those constraints.

What to Expect From iOS 12 When It Launches (Very Soon)

What to Expect From iOS 12 When It Launches (Very Soon)

10% Happier, a popular meditation app, is another one that lets you call up a daily meditation just by using your voice.It’s a way for iOS to integrate more deeply with other apps, and also make Siri look a little bit smarter at the same time.Apple Plays Catch Up to Google PhotosAppleWhen Google released its Google Photos app in 2015, it immediately set a new standard for what every other basic photo gallery and storage app should be.

Everything You Should Do Before—And After—You Lose Your Phone

Everything You Should Do Before—And After—You Lose Your Phone

You can use both Find My Device and Find My iPhone to remotely wipe your smartphone too, however, which can help protect your data whether your handset has gone missing or been deliberately snatched.Protect the Lock ScreenThink about all the apps you're automatically signed into on your phone: Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter, perhaps, plus your email accounts and maybe even a shopping account or two as well.

How Searching Nails Our Online Anxieties

How Searching Nails Our Online Anxieties

It’s a thriller in which the shocks are delivered not by slowly opening closet doors, but by a series of quickly clicked-open windows.Had Searching director Aneesh Chaganty been trying to create suspense in the same way 20 years ago, it likely would've felt as clunky as a teen's Livejournal—and probably wouldn't have made sense to half the audience.