During the early days of globalization, it was relatively easy for corporations to either hide, or be ignorant of, human rights and environmental atrocities committed along their supply chain. Factories and producers were shifting manufacturing or so…
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Earlier this year in conjunction with the release of the Snapdragon 835 processor, Qualcomm also announced they were going to introduce a new Quick Charge 4 scheme for when devices do need to be recharged. In some of our tests, like with the Samsung Galaxy S8+ that features the Snapdragon 835, we found power management […]
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The atom captivated the world in 1939. Since the discovery of the neutron in the early 1930s, the international scientific community had been racing to unlock new elements and further understand the immense power trapped inside the smallest, most ba…
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We spent time on the show floor at the recent London Wearable Technology show, finding the most unusual, fun, different, and downright mad new gadgets on display. Here are our five favorites from the show.
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In 2017, a 4K, 60 fps action camera could hit the market and challenger-brand Yi Technology aims to make the first one. The company teased its new cameras during a pre-CES announcement over the weekend.
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It’s no doubt that you’ve heard the words “Super AMOLED” or “AMOLED” before. Not only is it a technology, but the words are oft thrown about in marketing to catch your attention, too. But, many of us don’t know what AMOLED technologies are and how they affect our smartphones. There’s quite a lot too them […]
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George "Geohot" Hotz's semi-autonomous driving add-on, Comma One, didn't work out as planned. However, that doesn't mean the underlying technology will never see the light of day — far from it. The Comma.ai team has published the source code for b…
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No longer just a means for protecting us from the elements, tomorrow’s clothing will be stronger, lighter, more comfortable, custom fitted to us, and even smart enough to interact with our gadgets.
There are a handful of different ways you can leverage today’s tech to get a better night’s sleep, so we rounded up seven of the best ways to do so. Read on to get the lowdown on the best sleep-tracking tech around.
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African Renewable Energy Distributor uses solar phone-charging carts in Rwanda to provide jobs and help phone users with no access to electricity. The micro-franchise is available free to women and disabled men.
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It’s not very common for a team to be acquired but not its technology, and that’s exactly what happened today between a photo sharing service and a keyboard replacement. Pinterest has announced it is bringing in the team behind Fleksy, which is a very popular keyboard replacement that’s used by millions of people on Android […]
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Following President Obama’s executive action announcement this past Tuesday, renewed attention is being paid to the notion of “smart guns,” with newly developed technology taking center stage.
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With Ralph Lauren’s introduction of their new “smart” PoloTech shirt, high-tech fashion is now synonymous with high-fashion technology. For a cool $ 295, you can be the proud owner of one of these luxury items.
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Heading back to school and want a new piece of wearable tech? There’s a lot of choice out there, so to help out, here are our five wearable picks for 2015, based on functionality, style, and price.