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Weekly Rewind: Go karts on the high seas, security bots, and NASA probes
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. Th
Here’s an explanation on MHL and how it works with your TV
There are more ways to mirror your smartphone or tablet on your TV than you might think. Check out our rundown of MHL for everything you need to know
Onkyo SBT-A500 Atmos review
While Onkyo’s relatively affordable SBT-A500 checks all the right boxes on paper, when it comes to creating thrilling surround sound, this Atmos
Get your Sagan on with these 38 awe-inspiring photos of the final frontier
Few things instill a sense of wonder quite like the final frontier. These 38 photographs show the beauty of Earth, our solar system, and far corners o
Why are lenses so expensive? Watch this Swedish inventor design his own Pretzeval
Think lenses are expensive? Watch how meticulous the process is as this inventor crafts his own Pretzeval, basically from scratch. He even cuts and sh
Elon Musk is serious about his giant tunnel idea, and has a video to prove it
"Traffic is driving me nuts. Am going to build a tunnel boring machine and just start digging..." Elon Musk tweeted cryptically in December. Now, he
Here is the best of what you’ll be able to stream from the Tribeca Film Festival
The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival showcases dozens of films and TV show episodes from Netflix, Showtime, HBO, and numerous other networks. These are the
Apple is already taking advantage of its self-driving permit with a Lexus test
California's Department of Motor Vehicles decided to grant Apple an autonomous vehicle testing permit, allowing the company to use California's publ
MIT built a robot that can 3D print an entire building in about 14 hours
Researchers at MIT developed a new robotic system capable of 3D printing the basic structure of an entire building. It could make construction faster,
Detangle that desk with these mighty wireless mice
If you need a new wireless mouse for your desktop or laptop, you have a nearly unlimited selection to choose from. Here are six sure-fire options for
Businesses can now automatically block video plagiarism on Facebook
Facebook's Rights Manager tool is now automated, helping businesses prevent pirated videos by flagging duplicate content. Now, users no longer have t
Between the Streams: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ debacle, Anne Rice’s vampire TV, new Indy
This week, we'll talk about the ups and downs of CBS' troubled new Star Trek series, Star Trek: Discovery, a Great Outdoors reboot with Kevin Hart,
PCMag.com Breaking News
Video Shows Elon Musk's 'Boring' Tunnel Vision
There's at least one major problem holding back this plan at the moment: tunnel boring is a ridiculously slow process.
NSA Halts Some of Its Email Surveillance
The practice of intercepting messages between Americans and foreigners that mention a terrorism suspect will end.
Our Rosy Outlook on Driverless Cars Needs a Reality Check
A utopian view of driverless cars eradicating traffic and accidents may miss the mark.
You Hacked the Pentagon, How About the US Air Force?
The US Air Force is gearing up to launch its first bug bounty program; registration opens May 15.
Apple Patents Long-Range Wireless Charging
Apple is exploring the idea of using a variety of different frequencies—including millimeter waves—to send power to consumer electronics.
Hands On: Acer's Windows 10 Mixed Reality Headset
Acer's headset is the first real step towards a standardized Windows 10-compatible VR headset.
Chrome to More Aggressively Highlight Insecure Sites
Running an unencrypted site? Google is expanding its use of 'not secure' warnings in Chrome.
Ford Makes More of its Cars Immune to Speeding Tickets
An intelligent speed limiter recognizes traffic signs meaning it should be almost impossible to get a speeding ticket.
Facebook, Google Identified as Victims of $100M Email Scam
These new revelations follow the arrest of a Lithuanian man named Evaldas Rimasauskas, who is charged with orchestrating the scam.
2DS XL Special Edition Planned for Dragon Quest XI Launch
Not content with offering a brand new version of the 2DS, Nintendo is already planning a special Metallic Slime design for Japan.
Forced Quake Champions Shortcut Removed From Radeon Software
There was no opt-out, the shortcut just appeared without consent on your Windows desktop during installation.
Nintendo 2DS XL Launches July 28 For $149.99
Just when we thought all of Nintendo's focus was on Switch, they go and announce a brand new 2DS handheld.
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Hackers stole a copy of 'Orange is the New Black' season five
The next season of Orange is the New Black isn't supposed to premiere until June 9th, but the first episode has already leaked. That's because a hac
There's a slackbot for people who like to shit where they eat
Online dating and work chat apps have been separate entities for entirely logical, productive and HR-compliant reasons. But a dating app-maker has dec
Yik Yak's anonymous chat app is shutting down
Just four years after it started, Yik Yak is shutting down. In the past couple of years, issues like bullying have taken a toll on the allure of the a
Portland plans to convert poop into fuel
The city of Portland has come up with an unusual way to replace diesel fuel. It's going to convert waste methane from sewage into renewable natural g
Elon Musk wants to build a traffic-skipping tunnel utopia
Back in December, SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk sent a frustrated tweet vowing to alleviate traffic by grabbing a tunnel-boring machine and going
Fitbit says that Flex 2 didn't explode on its own
Wisconsin resident Dina Mitchell said she suffered second-degree burns on her arm after her Fitbit Flex 2 suddenly caught fire on Tuesday, while she w
We destroyed a collectible Doritos bag to get at its hidden MP3 Player
Junk food and summer blockbusters go hand in hand -- from the nachos, popcorn and candy you buy at the cinema, to action-hero faces plastered on every
NASA pushes first launch of its Mars rocket to 2019
The Space Launch System (SLS), the heavy rocket NASA plans to send humans to Mars with, won't get its first launch until 2019. Tech problems have del
Apple Music clips are the new stars of Musical.ly videos
Part creation tool, part social network, the popular Musical.ly app lets users make and share their own music videos using segments of songs. Thanks t
The war for the soul of the password
Obviously, whoever invented the password system was a jerk. And whoever started adding all those little rules for password creation is a sadist. Not t
Merriam-Webster's idea of 'sheeple' are Apple fanboys
I'll admit it: I'm an unabashed Apple fanboy. I spent far too much on a Macbook Pro with specs that would cost half as much in the Windows world, I
Airbnb makes it easier for road warriors to find a room
Airbnb is becoming a more popular option for business travelers. Employees from more than 250,000 companies around the world have signed up to use it
Super-weird week for news about flying cars. Alex Davies joins the show to talk us through it. The post Fly-Curious appeared first on WIRED.
This Month’s Must-Have Gear, From Phones to Turntables
April is one of the shorter months, but it was long on hot products. The post This Month's Must-Have Gear, From Phones to Turntables appeared first o
Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon
Lenovo's business-centric laptop is back once again, now in its fifth generation. Nice machine, but the trackpad is lousy. The post Review: Lenovo Th
The Breast Pump Finally Joins the 21st Century
The device millions of women rely on is stuck decades behind the times. Now tech entrepreneurs are hacking this essential tool of motherhood. The post
Oh Great, Now Alexa Will Judge Your Outfits, Too
Et tu, Alexa? The post Oh Great, Now Alexa Will Judge Your Outfits, Too appeared first on WIRED.
Transcribing Audio Sucks—So Make the Machines Do It
Trint is the first product to offer the automated transcription of audio featuring two or more speakers in natural conversation. The post Transcribing
How to Stream Live Television Without Paying for Cable
Get the best of live, on-demand, and streaming television without paying for cable The post How to Stream Live Television Without Paying for Cable app
A high-tech alternative to crutches and knee walkers. The post Review: iWalk2.0 appeared first on WIRED.
The 10-Year Quest to Make Your Phone Do Everything
What if you could turn every screen, keyboard, and surface into exactly the gadget you need, for exactly as long as you need it? The post The 10-Year
What Has F8 in Store for Me?
Facebook showed off some nutty new tech this week at its annual developer conference. We unpack it with special guest Cade Metz. The post What Has F8
Let There Be Light: 2 Killer Projectors for Your Home Theater
The latest TVs are gorgeously slim. But a richly colored layer of photons is downright ethereal. The post Let There Be Light: 2 Killer Projectors for
Make Movie Night a Blockbuster With This Fully-Loaded TV Room
Upgrade your den of infinite diversion with the right gear and you'll forget what a movie theater even is. The post Make Movie Night a Blockbuster Wi
Ars Technica » Gear
Why is Microsoft trying to turn its Surface business into the next Nokia?
Microsoft is developing a worrying habit of neglecting its hardware products.
Acer Predator X27: 4K, HDR, and 144Hz G-Sync for the ultimate gaming monitor
There's no price or release date just yet, but expect it to be very expensive.
Acer debuts see-through trackpad gaming laptop and a slew of affordable notebooks
The company's big annual event brought updated laptops for all.
The Google Assistant SDK will let you run the Assistant on anything
Build your own Google Home out of whatever you want.
BlackBerry’s last internally designed phone comes out at the end of May
BlackBerry KeyOne runs Android and comes with a throwback hardware keyboard.
A vigilante is putting a huge amount of work into infecting IoT devices
When it comes to features and robustness, Hajime surpasses its blackhat rivals.
Garmin Vivosmart 3 review: Shots fired at Fitbit, but some don’t hit
Rep counting in a $140 device is great, but that's not the whole story.
Tech demo shows Scorpio’s superior graphics at both 4K and 1080p
The much more powerful GPU enables better textures, better models, and better anti-aliasing.
Amazon’s Echo Look takes outfit photos and suggests the best styles for you
Is the mirror-selfie dead?
A Fitbit Flex 2 “exploded” on woman’s wrist, leaving second-degree burns [Update]
No other Flex 2 devices have reportedly had this problem.
10% of Windows 10 machines upgraded to Creators Update; 60% of phones eligible
If your phone is in the 40% of Windows devices not supported, you can use Release Preview.
AMD puts two GPUs and 32GB of RAM on its latest Radeon Pro Duo graphics card
Card combines two Polaris GPUs for $999, launches in May.
TechCrunch » Gadgets
The Awair Glow is a nightlight that senses – and reacts to – bad air
There are plenty of air quality sensors out there but so far the Awair Glow is the only sensor I’ve found that can do something about nast
Apple stops paying royalties to Qualcomm
It’s no secret, Apple and Qualcomm have been fighting relentlessly for a few months over royalty payments. Apple told Qualcomm that it wou
The Cinder is the Terminator’s panini maker
Come with me if you want to sear. The Cinder, which we first looked at two years ago, is now selling on Indiegogo and I had the unique opportuni
Google Wifi now available in Canada
Google Wifi, the mesh router that Google unveiled first last October, is now on sale in Canada. The router sells either individually for $179 CD
Meet Nintendo’s new $150 2DS XL console, launching July 28
Nintendo has a new handheld video game system it released pretty much out of the blue on Thursday. The 2DS XL is basically a 3DS XL without the
A salute to Nintendo’s Genyo Takeda, retiring after 45 years of innovation in gaming
Few at Nintendo can say they saw the company’s start as a video game company, and fewer still have had as much influence as Genyo Takeda,
Another iPhone 8 leak hints at wireless charging
Slowly but surely, we’re getting hints about the next iPhone from multiple leaks. Today’s new image from @OnLeaks shows that the nex
Where’s Apple’s Amazon Echo competitor?
Amazon is iterating quickly with the Amazon Echo as the company just announced the Amazon Echo Look, which is essentially an Echo with a camera.
Guardians of the Galaxy and Spider-Man Ozobots are on the way
Ozobot, a golf ball-sized toy robot that helps kids learn to code, will be available in the form of Guardians of the Galaxy and Spider-Man chara
LG reports ~10% sales bump in Q1, mobile revenues up 4% QoQ, 2% YoY
LG Electronics has posted its Q1 2017 results, which show a nearly 10 per cent year-over-year jump in revenue. The electronics maker is reportin
Nintendo has sold 2.74M Switches, expects to sell around 10M next year
Nintendo has sold 2.74 million Switches to date, the first official number released by the company by way of its FY 2016 earnings report, releas
Navdy’s aftermarket HUD proves a big in-car upgrade
In-car navigation and infotainment options now abound, and more vehicles are shipping with support for native vehicle smartphone software from A
Bethesda Teases Two Reveals At E3 2017
Google’s CEO Hints That Ads Could Be Coming To Google Maps
LG G6 Mini Could Be In The Works
AT&T Makes Changes To Grandfathered Unlimited Tablet Data Plans
This Is How Elon Musk’s ‘Boring Company’ Will Ease Traffic Congestions
Logitech Universal Folio Keyboard Case For Tablets Launched
Facebook Creators Can Earn Money From Stolen Videos
Qualcomm Claims Apple Is Withholding Its Royalties Payments
Apple’s Echo Competitor Will Reportedly Look Like A Mac Pro
Apple Asks California’s DMV To Change Policy On Self-Driving Car Testing
Apple Music And Musical.ly Team Up For Music Video Clips
Fitbit Responds To Flex 2 Allegedly Exploding On Woman’s Wrist
PMI Agile Certified Practitioner with PMP Certification Training Bundle, Save 97%
We have a great deal on the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner with PMP Certification Training Bundle in the Geeky Gadgets Deals store today, it is ava
€2,545 Elly Audio Italian Hand Crafted High End Compact Speaker Hits Kickstarter (video)
Audiophiles searching for a new compact speaker system may be interested in a new Italian handcrafted system which has been created by Elly Audio and
New Razer Lancehead Gaming Mice Unveiled (video)
Razer has unveiled a new gaming mouse it has created in the form of the Razer Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse, and the Razer Lancehead Tournament Edi
Mele PCG03 Quad Core Mini PC Now Available For $159
The latest mini PC system from manufacturer Mele is now available to purchase priced at $159, offering users an Intel Celeron N3450 quad-core process
Nioh DLC Dragon of the North Arrives May 2nd 2017 (video)
Those that have already been enjoying Nioh and are already looking for new challenges will be pleased to know that the Nioh DLC Dragon of the North w
Reminder: The Ultimate Learn to Code 2017 Bundle, Save 95%
We have an awesome deal on the Ultimate Learn to Code 2017 Bundle in the Geeky Gadgets Deals store today, you can save 95% off the normal price. The
Google WiFi Launches In Canada
Google has launched its Google WiFi in Canada and the device will set you back $179 CDN for the single pack of $439 for the three pack. The Google Wi
The Battlefield 1 Spring Update Now Available To Download (video)
Games developer DICE has this week as expected made available the latest update for Battlefield 1 via the Spring Update which is now available to dow
New VR Wireless Multiplayer, Eye Tracking And More Coming To HTC Vive Hardware
It has been revealed this week that HTC will soon be rolling out new next-generation virtual reality features to its HTC Vive VR headset in the form
2017 Chrysler Pacifica Touring Plus Adds More Mid-Range Luxury
Chrysler has announced that it has added another trim level to the very nice looking Pacifica minivan. The new model is 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Tourin
Acer Revo Cube Mini Desktop PC (video)
Brad Linder over at Liliputing has been able to get a close-up look and his hands on the new Acer Revo Cube mini desktop PC which measures just 4.6 x
Dead Space 2 & 3 Now Supported By Xbox Backwards Compatibility
Microsoft and the Xbox crew have this week announced new additions to the ever-growing list of games supported by the awesome Xbox Backward Compatibi
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