Images from leaked developer documentation have just given us our best look yet at Android 11's new power button menu.
More than 100 scientists and clinicians have questioned the authenticity of a massive hospital database that was the basis for an influential study published last week that concluded that treating people who have Covid-19 with chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine did not help and might have increased the risk of abnormal heart rhythms and death.
Just yesterday, Remove China Apps had over a million downloads on the Google Play Store. Now, the app has crossed a whopping five million installs, though it's not clear how many new downloads were registered yesterday.
More dismal numbers confirm what we already knew: Q1 2020 was real rough for an already struggling smartphone category. Gartner's latest report puts the global market at a 20.2% slide versus the same time last year, thanks in large part to fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apple was one of the first manufacturers to offer a subscription service for phone upgrades, allowing users to get the latest iPhone for one flat monthly fee.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is now fighting a new Ebola outbreak, the World Health Organization confirmed on Monday.
Experts predict that the number of people in the United States over the age of 65 will more than double in the next 40 years. As a result, conditions associated with aging are also on the rise.
Samsung Electronics has begun construction at its Pyeongtaek plant in South Korea to expand its V-NAND memory production line, the company announced on Monday.
The sun may be coming out of its slumber at long last.
Samsung announced that it's working on a physical card to go with its Samsung Pay service a while ago and the company is finally disclosing some more information via a blog post.
The oldest known nearly complete gene sequence from the HIV strain that spread across the world has been found in a tissue sample from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), a new study finds.
AI projects live and breathe data, and Microsoft's latest Garage project is designed to connect photographers who take pictures with data scientist who want to pay them for their collection.
Samsung has been developing its 5nm EUV process for the past few months, and now reports from South Korea reveal the manufacturer is ready for mass production to start.
Bumblebees are a resourceful bunch: when pollen is scarce and plants near the nest are not yet flowering, workers have developed a way to force them to bloom.