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Archive for / 'News'

October 16, 2015

Gadgets News Philip Anderson
Which TV Streaming Service Is Right for You?

Which TV Streaming Service Is Right for You?

With several new TV streaming options available, it can be hard to decide which to choose. Here’s what you need to know if you’re thinking of ditching cable.

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October 15, 2015

Gadgets News Wireless Rachel Suggs
Portable Chargers That Do More Than Juice Up Your Phone

Portable Chargers That Do More Than Juice Up Your Phone

  With the TSA and UK cracking down on passengers with uncharged devices, there’s even more reason not to have a dead phone battery. On some overseas flights to the US, a new TSA screening rule may require you to power on electronic devices before boarding. To keep you ahead of the TSA decision we’ll […]

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October 13, 2015

Computers News Anthony Gonzales
How to Turn an Old Car Into A Connected Device

How to Turn an Old Car Into A Connected Device

Newer cars sport great features like Apple’s CarPlay or Android Auto, but older cars can be connected too with just a little bit of tech know-how. Let the Fixer show you how.

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October 12, 2015

Gadgets News Wireless Andrew Reichenberg
iPhone Separation Anxiety: It’s a Thing

iPhone Separation Anxiety: It’s a Thing

  A new study from University of Missouri shows many people lose cognitive abilities when their phones aren’t around.

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October 9, 2015

Gadgets News Philip Anderson
A 3D Printer That Won’t Break the Bank

A 3D Printer That Won’t Break the Bank

  You’ve probably heard of 3D printing by now, and you might be interested in joining the 3D printing revolution, but there’s always been one this holding you back – the price. XYZ Printing unveiled its answer, the world’s most affordable 3D printer to date. Most consumer 3D printers average around $1,500, but XYZ’s Da […]

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October 5, 2015

Gadgets News Rachel Suggs
Bionic Ants Could Be Tomorrow’s Factory Workers

Bionic Ants Could Be Tomorrow’s Factory Workers

  German tech firm Festo, has copied the anatomy and the cooperation of real world worker ants in their 3D printed design. Can these ants become tomorrow’s factory workers?

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October 1, 2015

Gadgets News Philip Anderson
Our Fascination With the Failings of Driverless Cars

Our Fascination With the Failings of Driverless Cars

The media loves a good driverless car wreck. Is the scrutiny helping or hurting the industry? You can’t help but stare at car wrecks, and for the media, this seems to be especially true when it comes to driverless cars. (Video via Insurance Institute for Highway Safety ) Why do we make so much noise […]

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September 25, 2015

News Wireless Philip Anderson
Xelflex Smart Fabric Gives Feedback for Athletes

Xelflex Smart Fabric Gives Feedback for Athletes

  Xelflex, a smart fabric, provides intelligent feedback for athletes, by becoming an active motion sensor. Inventor Martin Brock says the garment itself becomes an active motion sensor, with real synergy between fashion and functionality. “There’s no compromise between having a sensor that gives you feedback on your motion or your performance; and having some […]

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September 23, 2015

Gadgets News Andrew Reichenberg
This Umbrella Protects You From Rain With Air, Lasts 30 Minutes

This Umbrella Protects You From Rain With Air, Lasts 30 Minutes

  The days of flimsy umbrellas may be gone! Vanessa Freeman (@VanessaFreeTV) shows you the Kickstarter project that is trying to make the Air Umbrella.

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September 22, 2015

News Wireless Anthony Gonzales
How Your Apps Can Track You

How Your Apps Can Track You

  An assortment of Android apps requested a mobile device’s location every three minutes on average over a two-week period, according to new research

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