This galaxy might bend the rules a bit, but it offers an opportunity to study how the theory of relativity applies in the real world. 

A small startup received $25M in funding for a chip it claims is both faster than Intel’s Xeon and smaller than ARM’s Cortex family. That’s quite a pair of claims.

Black Friday isn’t the only time to find excellent deals on high-end electronics. Today you can get a large 75-inch Samsung QLED TV for just a fraction of its original retail price.

There’s truth to some old myths. Moving the mouse in Windows 95 really did make the machine faster, in certain circumstances.

Both devices are supposedly in development at Amazon’s Lab126 facility in Sunnyvale, California.

Google—the internet’s largest search destination—can legally profit from fraud on its platform and has little incentive to fix it. Ethics and legal amendments aside, there’s still more that we all can do to mitigate fraud on the internet.

Steam is deploying a new, AI-powered algorithm to make content recommendations in gaming. Will it perform better than the old, tag-based system?

This week, Microsoft released updates that touch the telemetry gathering side of its older operating systems, and that has certain users seeing red.

DeepMind first dominated the game of Go, and then it moved on to StarCraft II, beating some of the world’s top players early this year. Now, you might have a chance to play against the AlphaStar AI, but you’ll probably get wrecked. 

Amazon has been under fire for how it manages Alexa voice data, and now Google is facing similar questions after a contractor gave reporters a chance to peruse customer recordings.