Google is, for the most part, a generally well-liked company, and they don’t tend to dabble in anything significantly controversial. They make free services, like Gmail and YouTube, then serve up ads to stay afloat, and aside from the minor privacy quirks here and there, they do pretty well in the court of public opinion. […]
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Skinners is minimalist footwear that is perfect for barefoot runners who might happen across broken glass or miscellaneous Lego.
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Low cost British airline easyJet unveiled Sneakairs, smart sneakers which relay directions to whomever is wearing them. Connected to a mobile phone via bluetooth, the Sneakairs vibrate in the shoe corresponding to the correct direction to head towards.
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At MWC 2016, Samsung created a museum of sorts, showcasing many of its biggest mobile tech innovations since 1988. Let’s take a stroll back through time to see the first mobile phone and smartwatch from Samsung.
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It's not the first time Mark Pollock tested Ekso Bionics' exoskeleton, but he can now move more naturally, as you can see in the video below the fold. That's because Pollock, who's been paralyzed from the waist down since 2010, gained back some con…
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