The TransWorld Halloween & Attractions trade show is going on in St. Louis right now, and if for some reason you thought last year’s It remake wasn’t terrifying enough, come Halloween you can put this demonic, animatronic Pennywise clown on your front lawn, which includes a screaming, one-armed version of Georgie in its clutches.
‘Siren’ is a digital personality who was created using real-time motion capture.
This is something I see way too often: some guy uses the toilet, walks up to the sink, trickles some water onto his fingers, shakes them off, then walks out of the restroom. Yuck. That does almost nothing, you impatient, gross monster.
If you’re even remotely anxious about flying, don’t watch this video without a change of pants close at hand.
One of the perks of using Google Chrome on all of your devices is the ability to sync your autofill data such as your address and credit card number between all of your devices. But what if you mov…
YouTube is making live streaming from desktops as simple as visiting its website and clicking “Go live.” This web-based livestream obviates the need for special software or extra setup,…
There are some great mesh systems to choose from; which is the right one for you?
Ford will sell a dongle that adds LTE and WiFi to older cars, as well as vehicle health, security alerts and vehicle location tracking.
If you’ve ever wanted to play a game before installing it, Google now has you covered.
If only RBC would get their act together and support this.
Google Pay is now available in Canada. Here’s what you need to know!
Remember how long it took Google to make reminders work on Google Home? I won’t bore you by recounting the whole sage, but the wait was substantial. At lea… by Ryan Whitwam in Google, Google Assistant, Google Home, Google Home Max, Google Home Mini, News
Google frequently touts that the “next billion users” will come from developing nations with different focuses and needs. To that end, the company has developed a number of optimized se…
ARCore, Google’s answer to ARKit, is here! Here’s what you can do right now.
Google announced the Android P Developer Preview this morning and it’s shaping up to be a big update with numerous functional and visual changes. We’re installing the factory images right now…
With ARCore hitting version 1.0 in the Play Store we take a look at some of the best ARCore experiences available right now.
The default settings aren’t necessarily the best.
You’d be forgiven if you don’t remember what Google Smart Lock, aka Smart Lock for Passwords, is. The functionality, which aims to bridge your Google-saved… by Rita El Khoury in Android OS, Editorials, Google, News