Should you be able to fix the stuff you own without going to the original manufacturer? That's one of the central points around the growing right-to-repair movement.
Apple's Pro Display XDR lacks an internal processor. The tech giant may be set to change that with its next display.
The venture from Google's parent company aims to make industrial robots cheaper and easier to use.
In today's top stories, the US Federal Trade Commission pushes back on restrictions on device repairs. Meanwhile, Twitter experiments with letting people downvote replies, insisting that it's not a dislike button.
People are still flocking to Twitter daily, even as countries start reopening.
The feature lets users put a temporary halt to incoming interactions when they're feeling targeted or at risk.
EA's hit horror game Dead Space is being remade "from the ground up," the company says.
So many OnePlus phones, so little time.
In today's top stories, Netflix confirms its next big move is into video games, Google adds crowd predictions to Maps, and Elon Musk says Tesla will open its Supercharger network to non-Tesla EVs soon.
Samsung's invite says, "Get ready to unfold." We should see the next generation of Galaxy Z folding phones and maybe a few other things.
It was a crypto love fest.
The hack was part of a Bitcoin scam.