Snapchat Spectacles Now Available In New York
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Snapchat Spectacles Now Available In New York

Snap Inc have launched a new Snapchat store in New York where they are selling the new Snapchat Spectacles. The Snapchat store is at 5 East 59th Street…

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Tesla Powers A Whole Island With Solar Power (Video)
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Tesla Powers A Whole Island With Solar Power (Video)

Tesla recently completed its acquisition of SolarCity and now the company has shown off one of the projects it has been working on, powering a whole island with…

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Unique Hidden Hy Wireless Headphones Offer 18 Hours Of Playback (video)
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Unique Hidden Hy Wireless Headphones Offer 18 Hours Of Playback (video)

Third Skin based in the UK, have unveiled a very unique pair of wireless headphones they have created which are not only equipped with an 18 hour battery…

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Twelve South Fermata Headphone Charging Stand Launches
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Twelve South Fermata Headphone Charging Stand Launches

Twelve South has launched a new accessory to help you charge and store your wireless headphones, the Twelve South Fermata headphone charging stand. The Twelve South Fermata is…

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KIN Smart Wallet Automatically Sorts Your Change From Notes (video)
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KIN Smart Wallet Automatically Sorts Your Change From Notes (video)

Sometimes keeping your notes and change separate or in the same wallet can be a little frustrating when you need to pay for something quickly. Or you have…

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Alarmshock Electric Shock Alarm Wakes You With A Zap! (video)
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Alarmshock Electric Shock Alarm Wakes You With A Zap! (video)

Anyone who finds it hard to get out of bed in the morning, and needs a little more help than just an alarm clock, may be interested in…

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Drone That Flies Like a Copter and Like a Plane
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Drone That Flies Like a Copter and Like a Plane

Quadcopters requires less space to take off and land, but fixed-wing drones are more energy-efficient, flies quicker and can cover longer distances. The AeroVironment developed drone, that take and…

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Symantec Is Acquiring Lifelock For $2.3 Billion
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Symantec Is Acquiring Lifelock For $2.3 Billion

Symantec has announced that it is acquiring Lifelock in a deal which is worth $2.3 billion, the company will pay $24 per share for Li8felock. The deal has…

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Google Shop Launched At Best Buy Shops In Canada
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Google Shop Launched At Best Buy Shops In Canada

Google recently launched their new Google Pixel smartphone and now Google has launched new Google Shops in some Canadian Best Buy stores. These new Google Shops are being…

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Computer Aid Recycling Raspberry Pi Mini PCs To Provide Remote Locations With Internet (video)
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Computer Aid Recycling Raspberry Pi Mini PCs To Provide Remote Locations With Internet (video)

This week the official Raspberry Pi Foundation has featured an article about recycling it’s older Raspberry Pi mini PCs in conjunction with Computer Aid by creating routers to…

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Facebook To Increase UK Staff By 50 Percent
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Facebook To Increase UK Staff By 50 Percent

Facebook has announced that it intends to increase its UK staff by around 50 percent by the end of next year. The company’s Nicola Mendelsohn, VP EMEA announced…

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Amazon Echo Now Offers Over 60,000 Recipes For You To Cook (video)
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Amazon Echo Now Offers Over 60,000 Recipes For You To Cook (video)

Amazon Echo users might be interested to learn that a new recipe feature has been added to the popular personal assistant which now provides access to over 60,000…

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Space 360 Release First Panoramic View Of Earth From ISS In 4K Ultra HD (video)
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Space 360 Release First Panoramic View Of Earth From ISS In 4K Ultra HD (video)

The Space 360 project has this week released a new video which allows you to enjoy a view of Earth in 4K Ultra HD resolution and in 360…

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Oculus Quill VR Painting Tool For Rift Will For Free December 2016 (video)
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Oculus Quill VR Painting Tool For Rift Will For Free December 2016 (video)

Oculus the Facebook owned virtual reality company responsible for creating the Oculus Rift VR headset has this week announced that the previously unveiled virtual reality painting tool named Quill.…

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$299 Microsoft Windows 10 VR Headset Low Minimum PC Requirements Announced
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$299 Microsoft Windows 10 VR Headset Low Minimum PC Requirements Announced

Next month Microsoft is expected to release more details about its upcoming new virtual reality headsets which the company has been designing for its Windows 10 operating system…

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Samsung Gear S3 Smart Watches Available For $299 On Amazon
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Samsung Gear S3 Smart Watches Available For $299 On Amazon

The Samsung Gear S3 recently launched in the US and the device retails for $349.99 or $399.99 depending on the model. Amazon is now offering the Gear S3…

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Shuttle DX30 Mini PC Unveiled With Apollo Lake Processor
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Shuttle DX30 Mini PC Unveiled With Apollo Lake Processor

Mini PC manufacturer Shuttle has this week unveiled a new addition to their range with the launch of the Shuttle DX30 mini PC which takes the form of…

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Here’s how young people decide when they’re drunk “enough,” according to math
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Here’s how young people decide when they’re drunk “enough,” according to math

Young people decide whether they’ve had enough to drink the same way the cruise control on a car “decides” whether to accelerate or hit the brakes. That’s a…

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One-handed Smartwatch Uses Wrist Gestures
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One-handed Smartwatch Uses Wrist Gestures

All smartwatches are designed for users to have other opposite arm free to use a touchscreen. What happens if that hand is otherwise occupied? Their WristWhirl prototype can be controlled by making…

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Cyndr Sentry – Intruder Detection For Your Desktop (video)
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Cyndr Sentry – Intruder Detection For Your Desktop (video)

If you work with your bank to the door would like to be alerted when someone is near your desk you might be interested in a new intruder…

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Typing while Skyping could compromise privacy
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Typing while Skyping could compromise privacy

If you type on your desktop or laptop computer’s keyboard while participating in a Skype call, you could be vulnerable to electronic eavesdropping, according to researchers at the…

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Study Finds “Lurking Malice” in Cloud Hosting Services
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Study Finds “Lurking Malice” in Cloud Hosting Services

A study of 20 major cloud hosting services has found that as many as 10 percent of the repositories hosted by them had been compromised – with several…

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A world with bendable cellphones may not be that far off
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A world with bendable cellphones may not be that far off

World with flexible electronics — screens you can roll up or cellphones that can bend — may not be so far away. Researchers and electronics companies have been…

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Sound-sensing Baby Bed
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Sound-sensing Baby Bed

Baby is not helping for full night sleep. An automated smart baby bed called Snoo comes to help. It has an integrated microphones that detects baby cry, then it…

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Smart Coffee Brewing Instrument
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Smart Coffee Brewing Instrument

Most of the people can’t start a day without a cup of coffee. Goat Story is launching a smart coffee instrument called Gina, allowing users to brew three different…

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Computer scientists find ‘inexact computing’ can improve answers
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Computer scientists find ‘inexact computing’ can improve answers

Computer scientists from Rice University, Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have used one of Isaac Newton’s numerical methods to demonstrate how “inexact computing”…

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Virtual Musical Instrument for Flexible Phones
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Virtual Musical Instrument for Flexible Phones

Researchers from Human Media Lab have developed a device that is virtual musical instrument for flexible smartphones. It allows users to bend the display in order to create…

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Post-It Notes That Never Need Charging
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Post-It Notes That Never Need Charging

Microsoft has created a new situated display, the size of a Post-It note, that could be moved and stuck around. The display features ePaper powered by the integrated…

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VPN Use and Data Privacy Stats for 2016
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VPN Use and Data Privacy Stats for 2016

2016 is proving to be a watershed year in terms of public focus on data privacy issues. These issues have Data Privacy vs National Security In a troubling…

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Finding patterns in corrupted data
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Finding patterns in corrupted data

Data analysis — and particularly big-data analysis — is often a matter of fitting data to some sort of mathematical model. The most familiar example of this might…

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New tool detects malicious websites before they cause harm
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New tool detects malicious websites before they cause harm

Malicious websites promoting scams, distributing malware and collecting phished credentials pervade the web. As quickly as we block or blacklist them, criminals set up new domain names to…

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One Hand Drone Controller
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One Hand Drone Controller

A new campaign is crowdfunding a project where drone can be flown with a single hand using a stick and thumb ring. It is an easier and more intuitive…

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Scientists Found a Way to Store Massive Amounts of Data in Diamond Defects
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Scientists Found a Way to Store Massive Amounts of Data in Diamond Defects

Historically, diamonds have been valued for their aesthetic qualities and as objects denoting social class. Recently, however, these dense carbon rocks became subject to many different lines of…

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3D-printed heart-on-a-chip with integrated sensors
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3D-printed heart-on-a-chip with integrated sensors

Harvard University researchers have made the first entirely 3D-printed organ-on-a-chip with integrated sensing.  Built by a fully automated, digital manufacturing procedure, the 3D-printed heart-on-a-chip can be quickly fabricated…

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NASA Aircraft Arrival Technology Gets Big Test in 2017
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NASA Aircraft Arrival Technology Gets Big Test in 2017

At NASA’s Langley Research Center, retired airline pilots test procedures that will be used during upcoming flight tests of a new aircraft spacing tool. The simulator is set…

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Data traffic system switches control to network administrators
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Data traffic system switches control to network administrators

Torrents of information flow through computer data centers, driving the operations of financial markets, communications systems, commerce and just about any complex web-based activity. Much of modern society…

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Combined Virtual Reality–Treadmill Training May Prevent Falls Associated with Parkinson’s and Other Disorders
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Combined Virtual Reality–Treadmill Training May Prevent Falls Associated with Parkinson’s and Other Disorders

A combination of virtual reality and treadmill training may prove effective in preventing dangerous falls associated with aging, Parkinson’s disease, mild cognitive impairment or dementia, according to a…

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A new tool for health professionals – an app to test eye-hand coordination
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A new tool for health professionals – an app to test eye-hand coordination

Modern technologies allowed scientists to conduct massive experiments with very little effort. Of course, participants have to be willing to join in and it is not always easy…

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Faster programs, easier programming
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Faster programs, easier programming

Dynamic programming is a technique that can yield relatively efficient solutions to computational problems in economics, genomic analysis, and other fields. But adapting it to computer chips with…

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Online password guessing threat underestimated
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Online password guessing threat underestimated

Reusing similar passwords across many online accounts may make you more vulnerable to cyber criminals’ guessing than people realise – new research reveals. Results from research conducted by…

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