PCMag.com SNES Classic Deluxe Carry Case Includes Swappable SNES Art 2017-09-25T15:22:28.261000000+00:00 If the SNES Classic is as good as people expect it to be, I doubt it will ever be unhooked from the TV, let alone make it into a storage case. YubiKey 4C Nano Is the World's Smallest USB-C Authenticator 2017-09-25T14:27:27.513000000+00:00 An extremely small USB-C authenticator that could mean the difference between your online accounts being compromised. iPhone 8 Glass Back Replacements Are Very Expensive 2017-09-25T12:21:33.317000000+00:00 The glass back doesn't qualify as a $29 screen replacement, and out of warranty Apple charges at least $349. Google Subjects Top 5 Browsers to 100 Million Fuzz Tests 2017-09-25T12:21:33.313000000+00:00 Safari has by far and away the least secure DOM engine, with 17 bugs discovered. Could You Form an Emotional Bond With a Self-Driving Car? 2017-09-23T12:14:43.343000000+00:00 We love our cars, but what about vehicles we don't control? A new project explores this emotional divide. iTunes Movie Rentals Now Good for 48 Hours 2017-09-22T21:24:33.268000000+00:00 Apple previously only gave renters in the US 24 hours to finish a rented movie. iFixit iPhone 8 Teardown Finds Qualcomm Gigabit Modem 2017-09-22T21:24:33.262000000+00:00 The teardown reveals Qualcomm's fastest modem, but a missing feature is holding it back. Apple Watch Is Sprint's First CDMA-Free Phone 2017-09-22T19:34:29.916000000+00:00 The new Apple Watch is the first device on Sprint's network to make phone calls without having ever connected to the carrier's old CDMA network. Microsoft, Facebook Complete Transatlantic Marea Internet Cable 2017-09-22T19:01:36.571000000+00:00 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 2017-09-22T16:38:29.065000000+00:00 GE celebrates women in STEM with a dazzling light show, and PCMag stopped by for a peek.