Microsoft, Facebook Complete Transatlantic Marea Internet Cable

The massive internet cable, which runs from Virginia Beach, Virginia, to Bilbao, Spain, can transmit up to 160 terabits of data per second.

GE’s Stunning ‘Unseen Stars’ Takes Over Grand Central

GE celebrates women in STEM with a dazzling light show, and PCMag stopped by for a peek.

London Slams the Door on Uber

Transport for London (TfL) will not be renewing Uber's license to operate in the city after concluding that Uber is 'not fit and proper to hold a private hire operator license.'

Xbox ‘Duke’ Controller Available for the Holidays

Hyperkin are set to deliver Microsoft's 16-year-old controller in updated form this year.

Walmart Will Deliver Groceries to Your Fridge While You’re Out

Walmart and August team up to test a new in-home delivery concept: dropping off packages inside your home even if you're not there.

Everything Leaving Netflix in October

Netflix loses some doozies this month. Can Stranger Things season two make up for it?

Windows Store Rebranded to Microsoft Store

Microsoft's digital and physical stores will soon use the same name, but will they both expand to offer the same products?

In China, VR Using HTC Vive Doesn’t Need a PC Anymore

A partnership with Dalian Television and Beijing Cyber Cloud means consumers only need a Vive, not a PC to hook it up to.

Hidden NES Golf Game on Switch a Tribute to Satoru Iwata

The game is playable once a year on July 11 and should act as a way of remembering the much-loved former president and CEO of Nintendo.

The Best iPhone 8 Cases

It's not the priciest iPhone but it is your prized possession, so make sure you protect it.


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