Niobium tungsten oxides could hold the key to fast-charging devices, Cambridge University scientists say.
"I thought I was going to die when I saw the sparks and the fire," the victim said.
With 200,000 followers on Twitch and millions of YouTube views, Kitboga is known for "scambaiting" tech support scammers.
Google is promising a "simple, more approachable Android." But can it deliver?
The "text bomb" stores thousands of hidden characters that will overwhelm the app or smartphone in seconds.
Gmail updates will start rolling out to users this week; here's how to test them out.
If you use ad blocking software on Google Chrome, be sure it's not one of these five applications.
Facebook: "When you send a photo, our automated systems scan it using photo-matching technology."
"It's taking over our boyfriends' lives and brainwashing them," read one petition seeking a "Fortnite" ban.
Crypto-mining extensions are being used by digital crooks to create virtual money.
Huawei's new handsets revealed: Can the P20 and P20 Pro dethrone Apple? Will they ever be given the chance?
Would you use an iPhone/iPad hybrid? Apple may be counting on it.
Spotify is reportedly designing its own smart speaker to rival Apple, Amazon and Google.
Developer Qbix says the Calendar 2 application had two separate security bugs.
Apple conducted 756 audits across 30 countries, the report revealed.
Microsoft found the trojans were linked to Dofoil, also known as Smoke Loader.
MoviePass says it has no plans to sell customer metrics to third parties.
Speculation is rising Apple will release three new models in 2018.
The social network said it had stopped sharing the survey among users.
The feature currently lets mistaken chats be recalled within the first seven minutes.
Does Facebook collect too much data from its users?
Hackers use phishing for one simple reason: it works.
Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile revealed plans to roll out the much-anticipated technology.
Naomi Wu is a beautiful Chinese engineer who technically made herself into a cyborg. Some American tech bros can't believe she's real, and they've been harassing her online.
Over-the-air transmission of audio and pictures is headed for extinction, because in a fully wired world, there is no need for it.
Apps aren't required to declare who they share data with—and when they do, it's often buried in long legal documents that a typical customer won't read, much less understand.