Overwatch's 15 million-plus players are going to see some pretty big changes come the game's second season. First up is how rankings work. The current 1 - 100 skill ranking is going away in favor of a 1 - 5,000 rating that breaks down into seven tier...
Now that Oculus has caught up with the pre-order backlog for its VR headset, the Facebook-owned company has decided it's time to make the Rift available in more places. In an announcement today, Oculus announced that its VR solution will be available...
UK startup Deliveroo has made a name for itself over the last three years by delivering restaurant food from A to B through its web and moble app.
The platform is simple. You open the app, put in your address, browse restaurants around you, and order some food from a restaurant, such as Pizza Express, Dishoom, or Byron. Within 30-40 minutes the food turns up on your doorstep (hopefully still warm).
Major networks and retailers put Samsung's new Note up for pre-order.
Today's Samsung Galaxy Note 7 pre-order day in the UK, and that means Brits can finally secure their handsets ahead of the Sept. 2 UK launch date.
Samsung has sent out invitations to the launch event for its next wearable device, set to be held on Wednesday August 31st at 6PM CET (12PM ET) ahead of the IFA trade show in Berlin, Germany. The invite shows an abstracted round clock face with the caption "Talk about 3," suggesting we'll see a followup to the Gear S2 smartwatch Samsung launched at IFA last year.
China has made history by launching the first ever quantum satellite developed by a team of Chinese and Austrian scientists, according to state-run media and The Wall Street Journal. If it works just as planned, then it signifies the beginning of a c...
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know this Tuesday.
1. Snapchat is paying $200 million (£155 million) to buy a search engine that helps people find things to do. The search engine is called Vurb.
It is six months since the BBC yanked its youth TV channel BBC3 off the airwaves.
A once prosperous home for the millennial audience television finds hard to reach, BBC3 is now a microsite on bbc.co.uk and a patchwork of social media accounts.
Hello! Here's what you need to know on Tuesday.
1. One of the US' largest health insurers is ditching 70% of its Obamacare business. Aetna will now offer healthcare options through the public exchanges in just 242 of the 778 counties where it operates.