Can this giant 'reMarkable' E Ink tablet make paper obsolete?

As a material, paper has a lot of benefits. It's been around for thousands of years, it’s a universally understood medium, and it's cheap. But there are also downsides: paper can rip and tear, it’s heavy, and can take up a lot of space.

Study finds 99 percent of counterfeit Apple chargers bought online fail ‘basic’ safety tests

Did you finally get rid of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 ticking time bomb? Perhaps switched sides, assuming the iPhone 7 is safer to use… until proven otherwise? That may be so, but don’t even think about skimping on a backup or replacement charger.

Scientists Have Developed the World’s Fastest Quantum Simulator

An international research team have developed the world’s fastest quantum simulator that can operate at the atomic level and simulate the interactions between a large number of particles within one billionth of a second.

The Fujifilm X-A10 is the cheapest X-series mirrorless camera yet

Fujifilm has announced the X-A10, a new X-series camera that hits the lowest price point yet for the company's well-received range of mirrorless models. It's $499.95 with a 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, and will be available in January.

Data-wiping malware strikes Saudi government agencies

Saudi Arabia's government agencies were hit with a cyberattack that security researchers are blaming on a worm-like malware that can wipe computer systems, destroying data.

Nokia-branded Android phones begin arriving next year

Those of you who have a soft spot for Nokia will be pleased to hear that smartphones bearing the company’s name will be making a return next year. Today Nokia and HMD Global Oy announced the terms of their licensing agreement, which was signed six months ago.

Fujifilm X-A10 mirrorless camera features 180-degree slide-tilt rear LCD and 16.3MP

Fujifilm has pulled the wraps off a new digital camera called the X-A10 and it is a compact mirrorless interchangeable lens offering. One of the unique features of this camera is that the rear LCD has a slide-tilt mechanism that allows 100% visibility when the panel is tilted 180-degrees.

MediaTek releases high-end Helio X23 and X27 chipsets

Taiwanese chip maker MediaTek has debuted two new chipsets, the Helio X23 and Helio X27. They are high-end chips with upgrades over the flagship Helio X20 silicon. They bring improved overall performance, video shooting quality, and lower power consumption.

Water Freezes Instead of Boils in Carbon Nanotubes

Researchers with MIT recently discovered a shocking new detail about water. In the small confines of a carbon nanotube (only a few water molecules wide), water can freeze even at high temperatures that would normally boil it.

Fitbit is reportedly buying Pebble

Pebble might only live on in our memories and Fitbit's devices in the future. According to The Information, Fitbit is buying smartwatch maker Pebble for an undisclosed amount.

Angry Birds maker is Hatch-ing a new subscription streaming game service on Android

Rovio’s Angry Birds heyday may long be over, but it’s not out of the game just yet. Starting next year, spin-off company Hatch will launch a new subscription streaming service on Android that looks to change the way we play games on our phones.

Meizu Launches the PRO 6 Plus: 5.7-inch SAMOLED and Exynos 8890 SoC

Meizu added a new flagship phablet to its smartphone lineup today. The new 5.7-inch PRO 6 Plus is the direct successor to the PRO 5, but it incorporates the updated styling from the smaller 5.2-inch PRO 6.

Seagate made an external hard drive that automatically backs up to Amazon’s reliable cloud

Seagate and Amazon have partnered up on a $99 1TB external hard drive that automatically backs up everything stored on it to the cloud. The Seagate Duet drive’s contents are cloned to Amazon Drive, so you can be pretty confident that your important stuff will be safe.

Dobot is crowdfunding a robot that laser-engraves, 3D prints and much more

 Robotic arms seem like they belong in Sci-Fi movies, car factories and the dreams of DIY nerds. Dobot wants to change that, with a shiny new Kickstarter campaign bringing entry-level robotics to the desktop.

YouTube now supports 4K live-streaming for both 360-degree and standard video

YouTube now supports 4K live-streaming, allowing content creators to broadcast using high-resolution video in both 360-degree and standard video formats at a rate of 60 frames per second, the company announced today.

AMD Athlon X4 880K Processor Review & Overclocking to 4.5 GHz

AMD Athlon X4 880K Review – Godavari When purchasing a low cost processor, you need to know what your main use of it will be.  Depending on your needs, a low cost processor might not be the best choice; especially if you are wanting to do heavy duty tasks such as video encoding.

Nokia D1C smartphone now tipped to come in two variants with up to 5.5-inch screen, 3GB RAM

According to “reliable sources” quoted by a hit-and-miss Nokia blog, the two D1C phone configurations will differ in screen size, RAM count and rear-facing camera megapixel tally.

Throwing new light on printed organic solar cells

Scientists are able to improve the efficiency of solar cells more than threefold, outlines a new report. The solar cells are a flexible, lightweight and environmentally-friendly and have the capacity to be printed in different colours and shapes.

AMD aims to reignite processor war with Zen CPU preview in December

If you have been in the PC gaming or overclocking scene for long enough, you might recall a time many years ago when there was quite the war for performance dominance between Intel and AMD.

Meizu M3X is now official; handset features Helio P20 chipset with 3GB/4GB of RAM

The Meizu M3X is now official, having been unveiled today by the manufacturer. The handset is equipped with a 5.5-inch AMOLED screen with 2.5D double-sided glass. With its 1080 x 1920 resolution, the M3X features a 401ppi pixel density.