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  • newHover Camera is a personal drone for selfie lovers

    Hover Camera is a personal drone for selfie lovers

     If you’re done with selfie sticks and are looking for what comes next in the narcissistic world of self-photography, look no further than Hover Camera, a new “personal” drone that gives you a different — more aerial — view of you and your…
    - 1 hour ago, 27 Jun 16, 6:17am -
  • newExpanding in Africa, eBay partners with MallForAfrica.com

    Expanding in Africa, eBay partners with MallForAfrica.com

     American eBay sellers will soon gain access to Africa’s biggest consumer markets. This comes via a new partnership between the U.S. e-commerce giant and online shopping startup MallforAfrica.com, set to go live July 2016. Read More
    - 3 hours ago, 27 Jun 16, 4:30am -
  • newUber positions its China app as more than a ride-hailing service

    Uber positions its China app as more than a ride-hailing service

     Uber China is repositioning itself as an all-in-one solution for transportation, food and entertainment. At TechCrunch Shanghai, Uber China VP of Operations and Regional General Manager of Central China Kate Wang showed off Uber’s new vision for…
    - 6 hours ago, 27 Jun 16, 1:00am -
  • newA quick look at the state of hardware technologies in China and beyond

    A quick look at the state of hardware technologies in China and beyond

     Recent developments in the hardware world show just how far China’s star has risen and how dominant the country has become in the world of technology hardware manufacturing, development, and innovation. And the physical impact of these products i…
    - 8 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 11:30pm -
  • newThe future of 3D-printed prosthetics

    The future of 3D-printed prosthetics

     The recent ubiquity of 3D printers and innovations in prosthetic design, manufacturing and distribution offer a viable solution for the millions of people living with limb loss around the world. In the United States alone, close to 200,000 amputati…
    - 8 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 11:00pm -

Read Write Web

  • newIntel readies chip to rival NVIDIA for machine learning

    Intel readies chip to rival NVIDIA for machine learning

    After abandoning its own GPU for supercomputers, machine learning, and video games in 2009, Intel has returned to the market with a new 72-core Xeon Phi, to compete with NVIDIA’s growing portfolio of GPUs. The Xeon Phi ‘Knights Landing’ chip,…
    - 13 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 6:00pm -
  • newCould wearables make you a master schmoozer?

    Could wearables make you a master schmoozer?

    We’ve all met someone at a party or meetup and forgotten their name just minutes after shaking their hand and making an introduction. It’s difficult to remember the names and faces of everyone you meet, but what if the wearable technology you ha…
    - 16 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 3:00pm -
  • newIoT will help New Zealand double web traffic by 2020

    IoT will help New Zealand double web traffic by 2020

    New Zealand is in the midst of an Internet of Things (IoT) craze that will drive data traffic to double by the year 2020. A New Zealand Reseller News article  cites the results of a recent Cisco Visual Networking Index report that predicts the nati…
    - 19 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 12:00pm -
  • newU.S. state department wants IoT to save them money

    U.S. state department wants IoT to save them money

    The Department of State has announced plans to deploy an Internet of Things (IoT) energy platform to conserve more energy, identify potential issues quicker, and monitor the department’s sensors. It will be working with C3 IoT (formerly C3 Energy)…
    - 2 days ago, 25 Jun 16, 6:00pm -
  • newLatin America smart city market to grow 19% by 2020

    Latin America smart city market to grow 19% by 2020

    Latin America’s smart city market will jump nearly 20% in the next four years driven by urbanization and major smart infrastructure investments. The BNamericas site reports estimates by the Markets & Market consultancy of annual smart city market…
    - 2 days ago, 25 Jun 16, 3:00pm -

Boy Genius Report

  • newGalaxy Note 7: How does 6GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage sound?

    Galaxy Note 7: How does 6GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage sound?

    The successor of the Galaxy Note 5 will be called Galaxy Note 7, recent leaks have shown, as Samsung is going for a uniform naming scheme – the same number in its Galaxy S and Note flagships is supposed to enforce the idea that both devices represe…
    - 6 mins ago, 27 Jun 16, 7:15am -
  • new11 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

    11 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

    We’ve already seen a bunch of exciting trailers earlier this week, including Inferno, Jack Reacher 2 and Tim Burton’s adaptation of Miss Peregrine’s Home for the Peculiar Children. But there are plenty of other new movie trailers to enjoy this…
    - 19 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 12:00pm -
  • newEvery pet owner needs this smart device

    Every pet owner needs this smart device

    In a perfect world, we would all spend each and every waking moment with our pets. Your job? Forget it. The rest of your family? They can take care of themselves. Your dog or cat gives you nothing but unconditional love, and the feeling is obviously…
    - 21 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 10:30am -
  • newChrome OS is slowly turning into a real operating system

    Chrome OS is slowly turning into a real operating system

    Chome OS has always been a thing I think of for people's grandparents, or young students looking for their Fischer-Price My First Computer. But with Chromebook sales outstripping Macbooks, and Google adding serious new features at speed, it's probab…
    - 22 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 9:00am -
  • newStick figure safety videos from Metro Los Angeles are equal parts hilarious and violent

    Stick figure safety videos from Metro Los Angeles are equal parts hilarious and violent

    When I took Drivers Ed way back when, I remember being shown unusually graphic videos from the 1960s which depicted horrific scenes recorded in the aftermath of particularly gruesome accidents. The message was clear, if not a bit overdone: driving c…
    - 2 days ago, 25 Jun 16, 12:00pm -

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TechCrunch YouTube

Brexit Hits Financial Markets | Crunch Report

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Mill's Blackbird

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Twilio opens for trading on the NYSE

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Slither.io is a lot like Snake but with new twists

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A Giant Nerf Gun | Crunch Report

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HP Spectre Ultrabook | Hands On

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Gizmodo

PC World

  • newThe best wallpaper apps for your Android phone

    The best wallpaper apps for your Android phone

    Bored with your home screen? It’s time to spruce things with these smart apps that will give you live and immersive gallery options.
    - 21 mins ago, 27 Jun 16, 7:00am -
  • newGet all your iCloud contacts into Gmail, easily

    Get all your iCloud contacts into Gmail, easily

    Whether you’re thinking of making the jump to Android or you’re an iPhone-toting Gmail user who wants your updated contacts in the same place as your mail, transferring your iCloud contacts to Gmail is a snap, and you don’t need any third-party…
    - 51 mins ago, 27 Jun 16, 6:30am -
  • newWhich browser is best for battery life: We test Edge vs. Chrome vs. Opera vs. Firefox

    Which browser is best for battery life: We test Edge vs. Chrome vs. Opera vs. Firefox

    Lots of claims are made about which browser is better or worse for a device’s battery life. Can a browser really make that much of a difference? Yes indeed, but determining just how much of a difference and whether it even matters to your individua…
    - 1 hour ago, 27 Jun 16, 6:00am -
  • newHow to reinstall Windows like a pro

    How to reinstall Windows like a pro

    Reinstalling Windows is an important strategy for any geek, and a useful skill for anybody who doesn’t want to pay one. By starting over with a clean copy of the operating system, you can remove bloatware, wipe out malware, and fix other system pro…
    - 7 hours ago, 27 Jun 16, 12:15am -
  • newIntel is said to mull sale of its security business

    Intel is said to mull sale of its security business

    Intel is considering selling its security business as the company tries to focus on delivering chips for cloud computing and connected devices, according to a news report.The Intel Security business came largely from the company's acquisition for US$…
    - 8 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 10:51pm -

LifeHacker

  • newHow Airplane Black Boxes Work, Virtual Pop Stars, and DIY Dorito Seasoning

    How Airplane Black Boxes Work, Virtual Pop Stars, and DIY Dorito Seasoning

    This week we contemplate an alternative future, put cheesy nacho goodness on all the things, get down and dirty with airplane black boxes, and of course, offer a little inspiration to start your week off on the right foot. Read more...
    - 21 mins ago, 27 Jun 16, 7:00am -
  • newMake Perfectly Thin Slices of Avocado by Cutting Before You Peel

    Make Perfectly Thin Slices of Avocado by Cutting Before You Peel

    Some folks might tell you to split your avocado in half, then scoop the meat out of the skin before you slice it. If you want thin, neat, picturesque slices, however, you should do the cutting before you peel.Read more...
    - 12 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 7:00pm -
  • newSearch for Emoji From the Command Line

    Search for Emoji From the Command Line

    Not sure how exactly you want to express yourself in emoji? Emoj is a simple little command line tool that allows to crank out a sentence and easily search for emoji that fit the bill. Read more...
    - 13 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 6:00pm -
  • newWhy You Should Always Redeem Your Amazon Visa Rewards for Cash

    Why You Should Always Redeem Your Amazon Visa Rewards for Cash

    The Chase Amazon Visa card is one of your favorites for earning rewards. With 3% cash back on your Amazon purchases, and 1-2% everywhere else, it’s easy to understand why. Lifehacker alum Kyle James says you’ll get even more rewards if you redeem…
    - 15 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 4:00pm -
  • newThese Five Steps Outline the Basics of the Design Thought Process

    These Five Steps Outline the Basics of the Design Thought Process

    Creative design is a complex process that can be applied from everything to making products to creating company logos. If you’re struggling with where to start, this graphic outlines the five basic steps.Read more...
    - 16 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 3:00pm -

Engadget

  • newGoogle's Sundar Pichai latest target of social media hackers

    Google's Sundar Pichai latest target of social media hackers

    Hacking group OurMine is continuing to make some of the tech industry's elite look more than a little silly. After a string of high-profile hacks, including recent takeovers of social media accounts belonging to Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Spotify…
    - 11 mins ago, 27 Jun 16, 7:10am -
  • newTwitter-bot plasters creepy smiles on celebrities' faces

    Twitter-bot plasters creepy smiles on celebrities' faces

    Not all Twitter bots are racist -- some are genuinely creepy, (but in the best possible way). Take @smilevector, an algorithm created by New Zealand neural network researcher Tom White. If you submit a photo of your favorite celebrity in a glum or ne…
    - 1 hour ago, 27 Jun 16, 6:05am -
  • newVodafone's Smart Ultra 7 is another unremarkable refresh

    Vodafone's Smart Ultra 7 is another unremarkable refresh

    Vodafone is back in Moto G territory with the Smart Ultra 7, an own-brand smartphone designed to replace the decent Smart Ultra 6 from last year. The new model is a smidge more expensive -- £135 on pay-as-you-go, rather than £125 -- but offers an e…
    - 2 hours ago, 27 Jun 16, 5:05am -
  • newShoot actual fire from your eyes with this 'Cyclops' helmet

    Shoot actual fire from your eyes with this 'Cyclops' helmet

    There are good and bad ideas in the DIY annals, then there's this X-Men inspired helmet that lets lets you shoot flames from your eyes. Developed by YouTube user "Sufficiently Advanced," the "Cyclops Visor" is simply a welding helmet with a fuel tank…
    - 3 hours ago, 27 Jun 16, 4:50am -
  • newBizarre 'Street Fighter' gym gear includes Zangief dumbbells

    Bizarre 'Street Fighter' gym gear includes Zangief dumbbells

    Want a beach-ready body along the stylings of Chun-Li or Daddy Ryu? Capcom is here to help. In curious exercise of branding, it's announced a selection of gym equipment (loosely) inspired by a few Street Fighter 5 challengers. You can pick from weigh…
    - 4 hours ago, 27 Jun 16, 3:04am -

BoingBoing

  • newThe cloud-tops of Jupiter

    The cloud-tops of Jupiter

    Shot by New Horizons on its way out of town. [NASA, via]This picture provides a vivid illustration that Jupiter's atmosphere has more color contrast than any other atmosphere in the solar system, including Earth's. Data obtained from these and othe…
    - 6 hours ago, 27 Jun 16, 1:32am -
  • newNeoliberalism, Brexit (and Bernie)

    Neoliberalism, Brexit (and Bernie)

    John Quiggin (previously) delivers some of the most salient commentary on the Brexit vote and how it fits in with Syriza, Podemos, Jeremy Corbyn, Bernie Sanders (etc) as well as Trump, French neo-fascists, and other hypernationalist movements. (m…
    - 12 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 7:08pm -
  • newThe Tory party

    The Tory party

    By Happy Toast, from the B3ta Brexit Challenge.
    - 13 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 6:43pm -
  • newMcDonald's 1987 fashion catalog is a horrorshow

    McDonald's 1987 fashion catalog is a horrorshow

    The Smile Makers 88 was sent to McDonald's franchise managers in 1987, filled with garments they could buy for themselves, their families, and their workers. It. Is. Terrible. (more…)
    - 19 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 12:11pm -
  • newBeyond "solutionism": what role can technology play in solving deep social problems

    Beyond "solutionism": what role can technology play in solving deep social problems

    Ethan Zuckerman -- formerly of Global Voices, now at the MIT Center for Civic Media -- has spent his career trying to find thoughtful, effective ways to use technology as a lever to make positive social change (previously), but that means that he al…
    - 19 hours ago, 26 Jun 16, 11:52am -

Tech Republic

Engadget YouTube

ICYMI: The dogbot and a heart strap that beats surgery

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ICYMI: Saving the ocean and ghosting on love interests

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ICYMI: Squashing brain cancer and autonomous drones arrive

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ICYMI: Deep learning computers decode human interactions

- 4 days ago, 22 Jun 16, 7:30pm -
MacOS Sierra first look

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ICYMI: 3D-printed, autonomous bus starts shuttling people

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