One lucky prize winner will be taking home Samsung’s newly announced Galaxy Note 10 Plus. This giveaway ends Aug. 18, 2019.
Section 30 of the 1996 US Communications Decency Act allowed the internet to become the success it has, argues Jeff Kosseff, who details its genesis and passage, and tours the legal judgements that have upheld it.
Valve has long wanted Linux to be a serious gaming platform. It's now taking its efforts into the Linux kernel itself.
If you're in London over the summer, check out the Science Museum and the Barbican for this trio of IT-related exhibitions.
You don't need an iconic design guru like Jony Ive to come up with all the design ideas, but you do need to be prepared to take a new look at things and make the most of the materials available.
Our fourth and final installment in our series is about Grumman, the company which built the Lunar Module (LEM) which made the historic manned landing on the Moon's surface on July 20, 1969.
Our first profile in our series about the Apollo program is Boeing Integrated Defense Systems.
What more could the gadget-gorging enthusiast want than a flamethrower attachment for their drone? It's finally here.
This could be the turning point between giving ourselves over to the lab or not.
Three lucky winners will receive gift cards to go on an Amazon Prime shopping spree. This giveaway ends July 14, 2019.
While you may be one of the growing number of Americans without a cable box, that doesn't necessarily mean you're saving a lot of money.
In this 50-year retrospective, we're not just looking at technology year by year, we're looking at technologies that had an impact on us, paved the way for the future, and changed us, in ways good and bad.
In this 50-year retrospective, we're not just looking at technology year by year, we're looking at technologies that had an impact on us, paved the way for the future, and changed us, in ways good and bad. (Previously: The 2000s)
But, the gaming company isn't happy with Canonical and will try to work closer with other Linux distributors.
This is an entertaining way to learn more about science, and an excuse to rewatch a classic show.
Love them or hate them – these nostalgic examples of hardware and software were the forerunner of many of the apps and devices around today.
From an automated bartender to an automated homebrewing system or a home delivery beer service -- there's something here for everyone.
Make sure your food is cooked to perfection with these must-have tech tools and gadgets for your outdoor cooking kit.
Technology can transform us, in good ways and bad. Do you recall the single most influential tech innovation from the year you graduated high school? We do.
What would a modern-day Plague of Lice look like?
UK-based IT support provider, Probrand.co.uk has revealed the top ten blunders reported to its helpdesk in 2018.
Mobile World Congress showcases the best and the worst of emerging technologies. But sadly, these devices never succeeded – despite the hype.
Let's start 2019 as we mean to go on -- by sitting less and moving more!
Dispensaries in vertically integrated states like Florida are not "head shops" with black light posters, glass paraphernalia, and other trappings straight out of a Cheech & Chong movie.
Yes, you can buy a TV with streaming, but internet TV streaming devices are still a great deal. Here are this year's best to consider for your viewing pleasure.
We asked our team of contributors to share memories of their first mobile devices. Here's what they remember most, and what they're using today.
These are in reverse order of visual pain.
A look at the tech that helped me lose over 130 pounds in 18 months.
These dystopian and apocalyptic science fiction films won or were nominated for Academy Awards. Some of our favorites didn't make it, though.
If you want the best looking nostalgia and retro speakers - but you like the high tech Bluetooth approach, take a look at these.
Dr. Avi Loeb, professor of science at Harvard, discusses with Tonya Hall the odds of extraterrestrial life.
ZDNet's Chris Matyszczyk and TechRepublic's Karen Roby sit down to discuss if Apple users need their own sweet music while they make sweet music? Read more: https://zd.net/2LuD1wh
Every image of a black hole you've seen was just an illustration. Until now. The Event Horizon Telescope captures one of the most powerful objects in existence. And basically, it's the Eye of Sauron.
Brian Lihani, deputy chief, aerospace warning branch at Norad, tells Tonya Hall about the process of tracking Santa and how it all started from a happy mistake.
What example of Apple's nickel and diming has annoyed you the most? These are some of the answers given by customers.
Opinion: A devastating New York Times investigation reveals a Facebook in which its two top officials behave in troubling ways. Read more: https://zd.net/2Ps0di2
This isn't the first time Facebook's apparent acceptance of Holocaust denial has caused problems. The company's attitude has, if anything, become more muddled.
The new Video Assistant Referee was supposed to ensure correctness in vital decision-making. It didn't.
Bearable 14-hour international flights? With these Bose noise-cancelling headphones to cut down the engine noise, we may have found a jetlag antidote.