When Google launched the Pixelbook back in October, there was no denying that it was the Chromebook to beat all other Chromebooks. With such a high level of specification and the unquestionably slick design, though, it could only be one thing – hellishly expensive. Which, with a starting price of $ 999, it was. An official sleeve […]
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Ethical hacking is a skill in high demand right now, especially with the reliance on network infrastructure for even the smallest apps and services. The best way to figure out how to make something secure is to figure out how to break into it first, and that’s exactly what the Ethical Hacking A to Z […]
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If you've ever wanted to make your own comic but don't quite have the skills to draw one, Marvel and Tap Tap Comics have a solution. Called Marvel: Create Your Own, the new app will let you choose a Marvel character, pose them on various backgrounds…
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It’s almost Christmas and we all know what that means; a bout of guilt over everything we’ve eaten and drank over the holidays that results in the inevitable health kick in the New Year. With that in mind, a fitness tracker such as the Huawei Band 2 Pro will help you track your progression and maintain your inspiration. […]
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Black Friday is still a few days away, but some companies just can’t wait. Take Google, for instance, discounting its Google Home and Google Home Mini devices in the UK, bringing them firmly within the Impulse Buy zone with savings of £50 and £15 respectively. The regular Google Home is reduced from its normal price […]
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Samsung makes a lot more than just Galaxy phones and 36 of its latest products are CES 2018 award winners. The awards are for outstanding design and engineering, and the program has 28 product categories. Samsung’s awards include two “Best of Innovation” and span categories such as “Virtual and Augmented Reality,” “Wearable Technologies,” “Video Displays,” […]
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This Xperia phone looks a lot like the rest of them. Mobile industry insider Roland Quandt took to Twitter to share an image of the upcoming Xperia XZ1. It’s a phone rumored to have a 5.2-inch Full HD (1920×1080) display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835, 4GB of RAM, and a 19MP rear camera. All fairly standard specifications […]
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Look at T-Mobile’s brand. The vibe you get from its advertisements and social media behavior is exciting. Millennials love that, and they’ve been the largest of the groups flocking to T-Mobile quarter after quarter. It’s not exactly an image built to attract an older crowd, though. So now T-Mobile has a plan made specifically for those […]
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Everyone’s favorite self-driving vacuum cleaner, the Roomba, just added an Amazon Alexa integration, allowing you to communicate with your cleaning assistant with nothing more than your voice.
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Do you remember the cool Mission Impossible tech that lets Tom Cruise’s character mimic the voice of any other character? Well, a Montreal-based startup called Lyrebird just invented it for real.
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Your PIN code might be frighteningly easy to crack. Researchers at Newcastle University showed how a phone’s gyroscope and other sensors, along with special software, could crack it.
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How do you dispose of a bottle of beer once you’re done drinking it? You crush it into fine grain sand, right? Thanks to a New Zealand brewery’s smart promotion, it’s possible to do exactly that.
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A ping-pong-playing robot has just earned official recognition from Guinness World Records for its ability to play and teach the game. Its Japanese creators hope the machine can help to “harmonize humans and robots.”
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Brogan BamBrogan, the co-founder of Hyperloop One and its former chief technology officer, has just launched a rival company bidding to develop the first fully operational hyperloop system.
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It looks like ZTE is preparing to enter the Android Wear smartwatch world. In fact, the ZTE Quartz is shaping up to be quite a nice-looking device. Here’s everything we know about the ZTE Quartz so far.
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If the idea of something touching your eye makes you a bit queasy, you certainly won’t like a medical innovation involving a robot, a needle, and a retinal vein. All the same, it’s an important development in the field of ophthalmology.
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It looks like LG is preparing a new smartwatch for 2017 — an LG watch has earned FCC certification, suggesting it could launch soon. Along with the certification, we also got a few screenshots of the device.
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Princess Cruise ships will be the first Carnival Corporation brand to offer wearable technology that unlocks new interactions for passengers before, during and after a cruise. The quarter-sized Medallion seamlessly connects guests with the ship’s entertainment, dining, navigation and payment systems and offers artificial intelligence that adapts to every choice that’s made in real time.
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Levoit isn’t a household name when it comes to aromatherapy, but it certainly hopes to become one with the forthcoming Halo. The sleek diffuser can issue soothing scents, audio, and lighting.
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Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have developed a smart new system called CapCam, which lets users pair mobile devices with other touchscreens simply by pressing them together.
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A piece of research from MIT suggests a new technique for training speech-recognition systems — by getting them to learn by looking at images. The results could democratize the technology for people around the world.
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With the OnePlus 3T arriving to take the OnePlus 3’s place, it’s brought on some cause for concern as far as updates go. It’s normal for updates to roll out slower or come to a complete halt when a company begins putting all of its efforts and focus on another product. But, that’s not going […]
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Ringly, New York-based maker of connected jewelry and bracelets for women, has launched a new line: the Aries Holiday 2016 collection. It’s available now, ahead of the coming winter holidays.
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In a court case that may have ramifications in the U.S., U.K. Uber drivers are now considered workers entitled to minimum wage and paid time off. Uber said it will appeal, stating the majority of its drivers prefer to be self-employed.
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Picking a new smartwatch can be daunting, but fortunately not every smartwatch requires a hefty down payment. At $ 80, the Pebble Time Smartwatch is not only $ 70 off, but also one of the better options available if you’re tired of Apple and Android.
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Niantic’s latest update for ‘Pokémon Go’ suggests there are still plenty of people out there playing the game while behind the wheel. Trouble is, anyone else in the car – or even on a train or bus – is also affected by the change.
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When a leak occurs, it’s usually an insider that shares information with a publication. That’s not the case today regarding the upcoming Google Pixel in white leaking online. One of Canada’s largest carriers is prematurely showing off what Google has on the way. Through a splash page leading to the Galaxy Note 7, Bell is showing […]
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A new deal brokered between the social media platform and Bloomberg Television will allow the Twitterverse to view a live-stream of all three presidential debates, the first of which is to take place on September 26.
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The iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2 may have made the headlines at the Apple event, but Apple didn’t completely forget about the iPad. In fact, shortly after the event the company updated the prices and storage options for its tablet series.
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NASA’s futuristic, physics-defying EmDrive thruster may have just taken an important leap toward silencing its critics, by reportedly passing a rigorous peer review process with a forthcoming paper.
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This is what learning in the 21st century looks like. Meet the Egger, a new interactive augmented reality projector that promises to “inspire creativity, imagination, and benefit early childhood development.”
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T-Mobile’s Un-carrier 12 slyly went live without anyone being prepared for what the carrier would do next to shake up the wireless industry. It actually turned out being very surprising, and not just because no one knew it was coming. Everyone is stunned because T-Mobile is going to embark on a journey that strips customers […]
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There’s both form and function built into these new flash tattoos from the MIT Media Lab. DuoSkin temporary tattoos usher in a new generation of wearables that behave almost like a second skin.
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To prove just how rewarding a VR-based cycling trip can be, video game developer Aaron Puzey is looking to “ride” across all of the United Kingdom using a stationary bike, Google Maps Street View, and a Samsung Gear VR.
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Briton Colin Furze has made a name for himself in recent years inventing crazy contraptions and putting them on YouTube. His latest work? A swing taller than his house that turns all the way around. With him on it.
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A California study showed increases in home broadband internet access, but for many, access is limited to smartphones, which does not help with education. The digital divide between lower- and upper-income households is not making much progress.
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In today’s wearables-obsessed tech environment, there are devices to help you lose weight, gain sleep, and, now, get pregnant. Meet Ava and its Ava bracelet, a fertility-tracking wearable that wants to help women conceive.
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This 4K action camera is tiny but boasts up to four hours of battery life. Add in a motion sensor, a depth rating to nearly 200 feet and a 16-megapixel sensor and it’s easy to see why the Mokacam now has over a million dollars in crowdfunding.
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Marcin Jakubowski and Catarina Mota are the great minds behind the Open Building Institute. Think of it as the Github for green housing — an “open-source eco-building toolkit to make the construction of ecological housing easier.”
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tech giant Google has just made moves to improve its own AI capabilities by purchasing Moodstocks, a French startup that is particularly adept at helping phones recognize objects.
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Is there alien life out there? Now that it’s finished building its FAST radio telescope – the largest of its kind in the world – China hopes to find out.
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EHang’s cool 184 passenger drone has just received permission to carry out flight tests in Nevada, bringing the possibility of a drone taxi service another step closer.
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