LG to launch 48-inch OLED TV in June
It is the company's smallest OLED TV to date.
Google Pixel 4A: Possible July announcement, features, and everything else we know so far
Google's budget-friendly smartphone is ready to launch, but it might be a while before we see it. Here's what we know.
macOS: Know the difference between launch agents and daemons, and use them to automate processes
Mac admins can leverage system processes called daemons to automate the execution of tasks, like scripts, used in the management of computers running macOS.
Plan to use Zoom outside of the US? Be ready for latency
A report found there are latency problems for Zoom users outside the US.
Move over, Hearthstone: ‘Dark Table’ might be the future of collectible card games
There are plenty of Hearthstone alternatives, but Dark Table might be the most exciting yet. Dark Table is a four-player multiplayer card game with just one winner. Aside from card quality and skill, actual politics and alliances will alter the course of the battle. Dark Table already passed its Kickstarter goal, with launch planned for December 2021. Blizzard’s Hearthstone is one of the mos
Apple to reopen around 100 US retail stores later this week
Apple will start reopening many of its retail stores later this week. Apple’s new safety guidelines will require all employees and customers to wear face coverings. Apple initially closed all of its retail stores in mid-March on account of the coronavirus pandemic. As the coronavirus continues to subside in many areas, and with many states planning to loosen lockdown measures over the next f
Reports: 2 horses trained by Bob Baffert fail drug tests
Two horses from the barn of two-time Triple Crown-winning trainer Bob Baffert have tested positive for a banned substance, according to published reports.
A's to place scouts on furlough, end minor league pay
The Oakland Athletics are placing their scouts and a significant number of other front office employees on furlough, suspending pay for minor leaguers and cutting the salaries of other executives as part of a cost-cutting move in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus is forcing Uber to return to its start-up roots
The global pandemic presents a major test for large start-ups, putting a huge strain on their business models and raising the question of whether they are too established to innovate.
Dow rises 530 points as Wall Street bets that the worst is over
U.S. stocks roared as economies continued to reopen and another coronavirus vaccine candidate emerged, allowing investors to lean into the idea of recovery.
Mars Science Lab launch delayed two years
NASA's launch of the Mars Science Laboratory -- hampered by technical difficulties and cost overruns -- has been delayed until the fall of 2011, NASA officials said at a news conference Thursday in Washington.
Shuttle lands at California air base
NASA officials Sunday waved off the first opportunity for space shuttle Endeavour to return to Earth, citing poor weather conditions.
La dolce vita? Italians embrace their freedom but crowded beaches and nightlife worry officials
The green light to socialize was a breath of fresh air for Italians who have endured more than two months of strict lockdown, but officials are worried about a potential second wave of coronavirus infections.