"That's a very positive thing," President Donald Trump said of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear's decision to bring on National Guard units during protests in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight installs in minutes, its camera records in 2K, is bright and it offers deep control of notifications.
Patrice Tompkins was enjoying a day out with friends when an alert popped up on her phone saying her car was being targeted.
"Never leave Chromebooks plugged in and unsupervised for long periods of time" a spokesperson for the school system warned.
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The U.S. release of the Velvet 5G marks an attempt at reinvention for the South Korean technology brand. But does it compromise substance for beauty?
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The man was seen by medical personnel before he was taken into custody.
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The IoTeX Ucam aims to disrupt the home security camera space with blockchain-powered data encryption and user control.
Dr. Ari Gershman and his son Jack had encountered the suspect while driving down a dirt road in the Poker Flat area of northwestern Sierra County on Friday.
"It does appear to be more like a spy in a pocket rather than an app to help make an informed decision who to vote for," one security commentator told Newsweek.
Whether you've had the chance to work from home before, or it's a new experience for you, you know that investing in a high-quality workstation is worth it to bring you the best home office setup for productivity.
The FreeBuds 3i may look like Apple's AirPods Pro, but they claim to offer solid active noise cancelation for a fraction of the price. Budget knock-off or affordable alternative? Here's the verdict.
The latest flagship Windows 10 laptop from technology giant Huawei is out now—here's what Newsweek thought of the new 2020 model.
It is laser-focused on health tracking and stands out from the crowd thanks to a two-week battery life. But does the new watch do enough to justify its existence in the increasingly busy wearable market?
The presence of a rival food giveaway may have caused a Florida pastor to lose his cool and allegedly knock out a Rotary club president who was arranging to give food to the needy.
The aircraft managed to land without incident and nobody was injured. In a video captured of the landing, motorists can be seen slowing down to give the plane room to reach the ground.
Brent Smith, 46, of DeLand, was being taken into custody after allegedly threatening his mother with a butter knife.
While you're confined to your home or stuck to outdoor activities away from large groups, these 10 tech products will help you stay healthy.
Robot vacuums like the Roborock S5 Max have come a long way with technology like LiDAR mapping and no go zones, but they lack the arms to actually pick up objects from your floor.
Aftershocks are predicted for the next week.
As the coronavirus outbreak empties offices, here are some of the best tech productivity tools for working from home.
A Florida hospital worker has denied claims that he was caught sucking on an elderly patient's toes Monday night, insisting that he is not "that type of dude."
A passenger on an EasyJet flight from Manchester, England, to Iceland forced the plane to land unexpectedly after he harassed passengers and crew and attempted to eat his cell phone.
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Researchers in Australia have announced the development of a new ultra-thin material that could be used make printable touchscreens at a fraction of the cost of current technology.