Best Camera Phone 2018: What's the Best Smartphone for Photo & Video?

We test the cameras on the four best phones on the market to see which has the best photo and video skills. These are the best camera phones of 2018.

The best Moto G6 cases

The Moto G6 is the latest to join Motorola's budget smartphone family – but just because it's affordable, doesn't mean it doesn't deserve protection. Whether you're looking for a case that's stylish, rugged, or simply functional, we've rounded up the best Moto G6 cases out there.

Prehistoric Toothless Whale Among Oldest of Its Kind

Fossils unearthed in New Zealand belonged to an ancestor of minkes and humpbacks that lived about 27.5 million years ago.

Why Amazon's Alexa Skill Blueprints are a master stroke

Amazon has opened up Alexa to the masses with Alexa Skill Blueprints and integrated the digital assistant even more with families. Here's why these Alexa code-free templates make good business sense.

Motorola crams more features in new Moto G6 and E5 smartphones for less

Motorola's path is clear: Build inexpensive phones with features normally found in high-end phones.

'Sea Nomads' Are First Known Humans Genetically Adapted to Diving

For hundreds of years, the Bajau have lived at sea, and natural selection may have made them genetically stronger divers.

Jaquet Droz is shipping its mechanical signing machine

Watchmaker Jaquet Droz announced its Signing Machine — a mechanical device that will sign your name for you using a series of miniature gears and springs — in 2014. Four years later, the company is ready to ship their miraculous contraption just in time for you to ink the deal you’ve made with Cybereus, lord of the digital underworld.

Getting started with Alexa and smart home tech for under $100

It’s hard to believe how much the price of smart home tech has come down. We show a bunch of ways to save money, including a configuration that will let you control five devices with an Amazon Alexa, all for under a hundred bucks total (including the Echo).

Southwest Airlines emergency sparks on-board safety warnings

Airline staff take to social media to complain about passengers ignoring their advice.

'Exploding Ant' Rips Itself Apart To Protect Its Own

When attacked, this otherwise assuming ant also releases a yellowish goo that smells like curry.

Here's Why You Shouldn't Start From a Stop in Second Gear

Even if your car has the torque to accelerate from a stop in 2nd gear, doing so isn't great for your clutch.

The peace talks with a difference

How one man is getting ordinary Palestinians and Israelis to talk peace with each other.

PlayVS wants every high school to have an esports team

Nearly 200 colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada are actively recruiting for esports scholarships. But unlike other sports, there is currently no real infrastructure for high school esports.
PlayVS, a Science-backed startup out of Los Angeles, is looking to change that.

When Three F-15 Jet Fighters Raced a Solar Eclipse

The planes have to move fast to keep up with the moon’s shadow.

Amazon intros Blueprints, code free templates to create Alexa skills

Amazon is giving the average layperson the option to program basic Alexa skills.

55 Things to Do Before the World Ends

Okay, the world probably isn’t ending. But you might want to cross a few of these worthy activities and experience off your list. Just in case.

Amazon’s new ‘Alexa Blueprints’ let anyone create custom Alexa skills and responses

Amazon this morning is introducing “Alexa Blueprints,” a new way for any Alexa owner to create their own customized Alexa skills or responses, without needing to know how to code. The idea is to allow Alexa owners to create their own voice apps, like a trivia game or bedtime stories, or teach Alexa to respond to questions with answers they design – like “Who’s the best mom in the world?,” for example.

Amazon’s new ‘Alexa Blueprints’ let anyone create custom Alexa skills and responses

Amazon this morning is introducing “Alexa Blueprints,” a new way for any Alexa owner to create their own customized Alexa skills or responses, without needing to know how to code. The idea is to allow Alexa owners to create their own voice apps, like a trivia game or bedtime stories, or teach Alexa to respond to questions with answers they design – like “Who’s the best mom in the world?,” for example.

AMD's 2nd-generation Ryzen - The ultimate desktop processor

In 2017, AMD shook up the processor market with Ryzen. Now the 2nd-generation chips look set do the same in 2018.

Gold Galleon hackers target maritime shipping industry

Researchers say a Nigerian hacking group is gleefully plundering maritime shipping businesses and their customers.

What's the first film to be shown in Saudi Arabian cinemas?

For the first time in 35 years, Saudis are allowed to go to the cinema.

FinancialForce plots expansion, updates ERP suite, eyes services automation

FinancialForce, a cloud ERP system built on top of Salesforce, has launched a New York City office and updated its software to automate professional services and manage financials and revenue models.

Qualcomm layoffs begin in business restructuring push

Updated: Employees are being axed in an attempt to save up to $1 billion annually at the same time the firm is seeking to acquire NXP.

Chelsea's Marcos Alonso given three-match ban for tackle on Shane Long

Chelsea's Marcos Alonso is given a three-match ban for violent conduct after a tackle on Shane Long in Saturday's 3-2 win at Southampton.

Trump 'will walk out' if North Korea talks not fruitful

The US president and Japanese PM agree maximum pressure will be kept on North Korea.

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