If a couple is having difficulty conceiving a child, it's important that the man get a motility test done – it shows how active his sperm are.
Devices with Quick Charge 4 technology can get up to 5 hours of battery life on a 5-minute charge, says Qualcomm.
With the ability to have items dropped at your door through a few clicks of a button, online shopping has made housekeeping easier than ever before.
For years, in almost complete secrecy, cops and feds in the United States--and elsewhere--have been using powerful devices called Stingrays, cell site simulators, or IMSI catchers to track and spy on cell phones.
Virtual reality headsets trick young brains into believing the unreal is real, potentially re-wiring certain critical brain functions. Parents should take steps to protect their children from use at home and in schools. ? TN Editor
You probably know by now that plugging a random USB into your PC is the digital equivalent of swallowing a pill handed to you by a stranger on the New York subway. But serial hacker Samy Kamkar's latest invention may make you think of your computer
Using specially-engineered metamaterials, researchers at the University of California San Diego (UC San Diego) have created the world's first microelectronic device that does not use semiconductors, but instead employs low-power laser optical control
There are few places better positioned to become a "smart city" than Singapore.
A new startup wants to turn drones into guardian angels for our homes.
The Stealth Cell Tower might look like a printer on the surface. But the device, developed by Berlin-based critical engineer Julian Oliver, can track phones and other signals, similar to police surveillance tools.
The smartphone you use reflects more than just personal taste ... it could determine how closely you can be tracked, too.
Men are increasingly turning to virtual assistants to have sexually explicit conversations, it has been claimed.
While you can practically set your smartwatch to a new iPhone being released every fall, the update cadence of the company's high-end laptop lineup has been somewhat less predictable.
Every Android phone has always been a little compromised, and everybody knows it. There's been a veil of bullshit between you and what Google intended on all of them.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick ranted for 5 minutes about why he's done using the NFL's official Microsoft Surface tablets
Researchers at the Huawei Technology Corporation have unveiled a new quick charging lithium-ion battery. The development is said to result in batteries that charge ten times faster than conventional Li-ion batteries.
Intel is slapping its name on an advanced drone designed for commercial and professional uses in North America.
Gardens can be a double-edged sword: when they're thriving, so is the work required to keep them in shape.
Alexa can already order you an Uber, control your smart home devices, and keep you company. She's about to learn much better DJ skills, save you six bucks a month on streaming music, and possibly even change the way you listen to music in your hous
People with the disease have found new ways to modify their gear, and their own metabolisms
When your kid wants to watch My Little Pony for the zillionth time, take a breath and substitute one of these brain-boosters instead.
A GLIMPSE INTO THE FUTURE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING
- leaving just a pane of glass. Panasonic's impressive OLED television will disappear when it's not in use - making it almost undetectable
Television is in the midst of a renaissance, and it goes beyond content. Technologies like 4K and HDR and OLED make everything look amazing. With the right components, it sounds phenomenal, too. Immersive audio setups like the ones in movie theaters
Your nose is stuck to your phone for hours a day. Given the nature of work these days, it's a necessity. But being "always on" isn't healthy.
Pharmaceutical company Mylan has made news recently by raising the price of a popular and important drug. Mylan acquired a product by the name of EpiPen in 2007. At the time, the price of the product was approximately $100 per unit. And, thanks to th
Let's Send a Message to the FCC: Consumers, Not Hollywood, Should Drive the Pay TV Market
A futuristic drug-detecting fingerprint scanner may soon follow.
Desert Tech's ballistics app, TRASOL has been updated with a new capability: A HUD appearing on your smartphone screen that can "track moving targets and provide lead solutions" using the sensors incorporated in one's device.