The first Galaxy Note was a remarkable smartphone when it hit store shelves in 2011. It was the first widely-adopted mobile to offer an oversized display, the first to give the stylus a proper resurrection, and the first to prove that marketing an overpowered "phablet" to hardcore users could also pay off in the mainstream.
Throughout the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics, we've seen the world's best swimmers, cyclists, and runners compete to see who is fastest. On August 18 and 20, the best male and female Olympic-distance triathletes in the world will race for gold.
It's hard not feel inspired by the Olympic action, and so perhaps you're contemplating or have even just signed up for your first triathlon.
So now what?
Sure, Michael Phelps is famous for his record-breaking 28 Olympic medals, but his three-month-old son Boomer might be the real star of the Phelps family. Boomer's become something of a celebrity since photographers have spotted him in the crowd at the Rio games, often sporting comically large headphones to protect his ears.
Television's executives, producers, and stars recently wrapped up the summer Television Critics Association press tour.
It's an exhausting (and exciting) pageant of the networks' best current programming and upcoming shows for hundreds of critics and reporters from all over the US (and even some international press) who flock to Los Angeles twice a year for the event.
Intel has just announced Euclid, a unique all-in-one RealSense device that's packed in the size of a candy bar. As CEO Brian Krzanich said on stage, this is essentially an easy way to bring sensors to any robot. The Euclid packs in a camera, an Atom...
The Xbox Game Preview program is a nice way to try indie console games before they're finished, but what about PC gamers? Where's Microsoft's answer to Steam Early Access? At last, it's here. Microsoft has announced that Xbox Game Preview is comin...