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Omate TrueSmart The Android Smartphone For Your Wrist

  The Omate TrueSmart Kickstarter campaign zoomed past $500K in funding. The device separates itself from its Kickstarter cousins because of its ability to work independently from your smartphone. It makes phone calls with SIM cards. It takes photos and video. It’s an Android 4.2.2 phone, on your arm…impractical, but true. Take a look at […]

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Mac Cameras Can Record Without Indicator Lights

Researchers have developed a workaround that enables recording through the cameras of older model Apple computers without activating indicator lights. This is a rather frightening realization considering its bring about the possibility of a person hacking into your computer remotely, turning on your Mac’s camera and recording to their hearts content without you even knowing. […]

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Twitter Backtracks on Blocking

  The Twittersphere was in an uproar after the social media company allowed blocked Twitter users to view or tweet at people who had blocked them. Twitter quickly reversed the changes to its blocking feature after user revolted. The good news is that even though Twitter may not always know what its users want, they […]

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Despite Amazon’s Big Plans, The Feds Are Grounding The Drone Industry

When Jeffrey P. Bezos revealed to CBS’s Charlie Rose that Amazon.com was planning for a fleet of whirring octocopters to deliver packages door-to-door, the interview showcased a prototype drone rising lazily off the ground and floating across green, open fields to reach its destination. Well that interview may be the closest we’ll every see those […]

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Vizio S4221w-C4 Budget Sound Bar Review

The Vizio S4221w-C4 is an excellent budget sound bar, with great sound quality, an excellent remote, and built-in Bluetooth. Thew only downside is that its design won’t work in every setup.

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Up Close with a Bitcoin Mining Powerhouse

  Alex Lawn is in New York on a pitstop, arriving in from Sweden on his way to next week’s Inside Bitcoin conference in Las Vegas. He hasn’t slept much. The way he describes it, no one at KnCMiner does much sleeping these days, as the company races to become the driving force in the […]

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Getting Tech Terminology Right: Megabytes, Gigabytes and Terabytes

When it comes to technology, a lot of people will throw computer terminology around without really knowing what it means in an attempt to sound smarter. We all have friends, acquaintances, relatives and co-workers who do this; but when it comes down to it, they don’t have any idea what the words mean. Here is […]

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Amazon’s 30 Minute Delivery Drone

  In an interview with Charlie Rose on “60 Minutes,” Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos revealed the giant online store is developing a drone-based delivery service called Prime Air, which will be used to deliver lightweight packages via drones. Amazon hopes to offer 30 minute delivery with its Amazon Prime Air service.

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