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Breaking Gadget and Technology News from Around the Web
- Earthquakes near Iceland volcano cause eruption concerns – Fox News
- Ancient microbe colonies found living under 800 meters ice in Antarctic – Economic Times
- Greenland, Antarctic ice sheets losing volume – Business Standard
- Research Uncovers Breach in TSA Scanners – Dumb-Out
- SpaceX Releases Footage of Reusable Falcon 9 Rocket – PC Magazine
- Apple's stock returns to record above $100 – Independent Online
- Uber opens up its API – and creates a new platform – VentureBeat
- Samsung launches Galaxy Tab 4 Nook tablet with Barnes & Noble – Financial Express
- Calculators seem stuck in the past, and expensive. I know that some version of Mathematica can run on a raspberry pi. How long before someone can make a "calculator" that runs Mathematica? Certainly with the size of TI92 it could be done.
- Tiny accelerometer adds motion detection to clothes and cheap phones
- HTC One (M8) for Windows hands-on preview: Windows Phone finally has a contender
- Looking for a wireless audio adaptor… Having trouble with search terms, any suggestions?
- Swissmar Borner V-1001 V-Slicer Plus Mandoline
- NanoNote Alternatives?
- Looking for Quality External HDD Enclosure
- Looking For A Running Tracker (no smart phone)
- Sony Doesn’t Know Why The PS4 Is Doing Well
- A Second Act For The Internet Of Things
- Despite FAA Setbacks, Amazon Prime Air Makes Notable Engineering, NASA And Aerospace Hires
- OnBeep To Tackle Group Communication Wearables With $6.25M In New Funding
- Nook And Samsung Announce Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, An Android Tablet For Reading
- Talking On Tablets On The Rise In Asia
- The Garmin Fenix 2 Brings The Running Watch Into A Dystopian Future
- The noPhone, Because Smartphone Separation Anxiety Is Real
- Study: Amazon Fire Phone launch slow, hampered by AT&T deal
- To solve Android’s update woes, Google should look to the PC
- The state of Android updates: Who’s fast, who’s slow, and why
- Parallels upgrade brings more Windows-on-Mac integration for $80
- Tuesday Dealmaster: Lenovo? More like Low-novo!
- Hands On with the HTC One M8 for Windows: The first OS-agnostic phone
- OneNote for Android gets new tablet UI and handwriting support
- Samsung’s smart home push continues with purchase of HVAC maker Quietside
- Sky's new program guide will recommend you new shows to try
- Bing Maps spices up more than 100 cities with 3D and Streetside views
- This year's 'Call of Duty' is coming to everything but the Wii U
- Manipulating moths in the name of search, rescue and science
- Walmart is now selling the iPhone 5C for less than a dollar
- McDonald's plans to release global mobile ordering app, digital music program
- Facebook is doling out bounties to folks who find Oculus bugs
- Robin Williams tribute characters found in World of Warcraft data
- Jaime King Took an Uber To the Hospital to Give Birth
- Facebook has added Oculus to its bug bounty program, which means that people reporting issues in the
- Report: 30 Percent Of All Mobile Spam Is Sent Through iMessage
- Google is reportedly processing a million takedown notices from various copyright holders every sing
- Hackers May Have Stolen Credit Card Data From 51 UPS Stores In The US
- Twitter's New BotMaker Cut Spam On The Network By 40 Percent
- What is the massive green oceanic glow that surrounds Bangkok at night?
- Giant goliath fish swallows a shark whole in just one bite
Apple made history today, releasing two different iPhone models in one day. The 5S and the new 5C. Traditionally they have only released one new model per year, but this year marks the first year that they announced two new phones. The iPhone 5S features ground breaking Touch ID fingerprint sensor, and the new A7 […]Read more...
Yeah! Here we go again. I’m glad you made it back for this round of our “Insanely Modded” saga! We had so much fun compiling our first Game Console Mods list that we just knew there were more dedicated gamers out there who were modding their game consoles in some of the coolest ways. So without […]Read more...
Although ASUS is a bit late to the smartphone game, it’s chairman Jonney Shih has announced that they will be releasing a smartphone in the US by sometime in 2014. It will more than likely be an Android powered device, and if it’s any better than the Padfone Infinity, than it should also have some […]Read more...
Google unveiled a new hardware device, called Chromecast, which attaches to your TV allowing you easily enjoy online entertainment on your TV. The best part is that it only costs $35! It is built on Chrome technology, running a simplified version of Chrome OS. All you do is plugin the dongle to your TV, setup […]Read more...
The summer is upon us and soon it will be over. Pretty soon we’ll be thinking Labor Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving and then…Christmas. If you’re looking to spice up your Android life with some new apps that are going to be big for the rest 2013 and into 2014, then you’ve come to right place. Here’s […]Read more...