Google's popular Pixel 3a has been sold out on the Google Store lately, and now we know why. The company has confirmed that it has discontinued the popular phone, so don't expect any restocks.
All of this training and additional assets would usually cost more than $200, but all collected now in this package, your price for everything is only $29.99.
Astronomers went looking for this well-known star in late 2019 only to find that it was missing. The team has devised several possible explanations, but this is a real head-scratcher.
Intel has been ordered to stop shipping CPUs to Inspur. While you may not have heard of the company, it's the third-largest server OEM on Earth, behind Dell and HPE.
Astronomers believe they've found the first exposed planetary core -- a so-called 'Hot Neptune' in extremely close orbit around its host star. Meet TOI-849b.
Planning a new AMD build around an mATX or mini-ITX motherboard? Compare prices before you pull the trigger.
Dell's UltraSharp U3415W is a feature-rich curved display with an ultrawide 2K resolution. Best of all, it's currently on sale with a substantial discount that drops it to nearly $270, and it comes with a $100 gift card.
A pair of bugs in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019 could allow attackers to create corrupted image files that let them execute remote code on machines. Microsoft's mechanism for patching this flaw is a bit unusual, though.
The Perseverance rover will set the stage by collecting samples from Mars.
Amazon is putting Crucible back into closed beta, 40 days after launching it. Normally, things go the other way around.
Just a few years ago, big Chinese telecom firms ZTE and Huawei were making major inroads in the US. They were selling more smartphones every year and were positioned to supply 5G network infrastructure. Today, neither company is doing much business in the US, and that trend is probably going to continue. After several Commerce Department penalties, the FCC has now stepped in to declare ZTE and Huawei are "national security threats."