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Archive for / 'News'

July 10, 2015

Computers News Anthony Gonzales
Does Google Steal Your Ideas?

Does Google Steal Your Ideas?

  Through its myriad media mechanisms, Google has access to a worrying amount of our data – but even more than that, it has an unprecedented number of our thoughts, art and ideas at its fingertips. Is Google stealing our ideas?

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July 9, 2015

Computers News Jason Korwek
Internet Capacity Nearing Overload

Internet Capacity Nearing Overload

There’s a warning tonight that the internet is on course for a ‘capacity crunch’ that could put the whole system on the brink of collapse.

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June 24, 2015

Gadgets News Jason Korwek
Lexus Says It Built a Real Hoverboard

Lexus Says It Built a Real Hoverboard

Hoverboards have fascinated transportation enthusiasts for years. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) shows video of a new Lexus hoverboard prototype.

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June 4, 2015

News Jason Korwek
Google Street View Takes You Underwater

Google Street View Takes You Underwater

  Google Street View is slowly but surely conquering Earth’s land surfaces, but the oceans — which cover more than 70% of our planet — are still largely untapped territory.On Thursday, Google narrowed the gap a little by adding Street View imagery from more than 40 locations around the world, many of which are underwater. […]

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May 18, 2015

Gadgets News Wireless Rachel Suggs
Security Expert Says He Took Control of Airplane From Seat

Security Expert Says He Took Control of Airplane From Seat

A computer security expert told the FBI that he hacked into an airplane’s computer and briefly took over control of the engines, court documents reveal. Chris Roberts, CTO and founder of One World Labs, told FBI agents he connected his computer to the in-flight entertainment system and the overwrote code to commandeer the thrust management […]

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May 6, 2015

News Anthony Gonzales
Tech Crunch Disrupt NY: Nate Mitchell of Oculus VR on Building the Best Rift Experience

Tech Crunch Disrupt NY: Nate Mitchell of Oculus VR on Building the Best Rift Experience

Nate Mitchell of Oculus VR on building the best Rift experience on Disrupt New York ’15 created by travis.bernard

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April 21, 2015

News Anthony Gonzales
You Can Now Send Anyone A Direct Message On Twitter

You Can Now Send Anyone A Direct Message On Twitter

Twitter has enabled an old feature that lets anyone to send you a direct message, even if you don’t follow them. Twitter announced on Monday that all users will now the option to be able to receive direct messages from any other user. The setting was originally introduced in fall 2013 but only rolled out […]

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April 20, 2015

Gadgets News Rachel Suggs
10 Travel Apps to Download to Your Apple Watch

10 Travel Apps to Download to Your Apple Watch

The latest game-changing tech toy from the wizards at Apple Inc. has finally arrived, and with it are several travel-friendly Apple Watch apps promising to do everything from unlock a hotel room to open a garage door remotely from the other side of the world.

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April 9, 2015

Gaming News Philip Anderson
Hey, Teens: Back in Our Day, Video Games Were Actually Hard

Hey, Teens: Back in Our Day, Video Games Were Actually Hard

  Kids today have things so easy. A group of teenagers found out just how tough games used to be when The Fine Bros. asked them to play the original Mega Man for its Teens React series. Mega Man, released in 1987 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, had a reputation of being tough. Players generally […]

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April 1, 2015

Gadgets News Jason Korwek
Dash Button Shows Amazon Is Going After Grocers

Dash Button Shows Amazon Is Going After Grocers

  Dash Button enables you to order regular household items with the push of a button, yet another play by Amazon to grab everyday customers.

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