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Wednesday March 29, 2017. 05:22 PM
The docking station will connect to a big screen using HDMI and let you use your Android apps in a full desktop environment.
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Samsung's long period of bad luck doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon, after one of the manufacturer's stores in Singapore caught fire early on Tuesday morning, with the incident occurring the day before the South Korean electronics giant reveals the Galaxy S8...
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Hot Logic Mini averages 4.8 out of 5 stars on Amazon from over 1,800 people (87% rate a full 5 stars: read recent reviews).  A cross between a lunch bag and an oven, this personal, portable cooker is great for the office, job site, the campsite, the car, or anywhere you...
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Gear VR games should get a lot easier to navigate, thanks to a new controller and an overhauled Oculus app. The post Gear VR Just Took a Huge Leap Forward (Thanks to Oculus) appeared first on WIRED.
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The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus put everything that was great about the Note 7 in a slicker, non-explosive package. The post Samsung's Sweet Galaxy S8 Will Make You Forget All About the Note 7 appeared first on WIRED.
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macOS Sierra 10.12.4, introduced this week, added Night Shift, a feature brought over from iOS...
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That didn’t take long: Apple has already released iOS 10.3.2 and watchOS 3.2.2 developer betas. The developer-only updates rolled out only a day after iOS 10.3 and watchOS 3.2 were released to the public.
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Deleting junk files, memory hogs and unwanted cache items is a great way to give your iPhone (or iPad) a spring-clean speed boost and get it running faster than ever
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Privacy advocates haven’t given up the fight after the U.S. Congress voted to allow ISPs to sell customers’ browsing histories and other personal information without their permission.On Tuesday, the House of Representatives voted 215 to 205 to strike down ISP privacy...
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Privacy advocates haven’t given up the fight after the U.S. Congress voted to allow ISPs to sell customers’ browsing histories and other personal information without their permission.On Tuesday, the House of Representatives voted 215 to 205 to strike down ISP privacy...
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An employee, who claims to have worked on the development of Flash, writes: Apparently, the world settled on the 'One True Cause' for why Flash 'died'. Take for example this blogpost by John Gruber about FedEx... it ends with this consideration on Steve Jobs' 'Thoughts on...
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Artificial intelligence has made great progress in helping computers recognize...
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GigSky -- a company specializing in data plans for iPad users with Apple SIMs -- on Wednesday announced it's adding over 40 more regions, while improving the value of existing plans in North America.
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Before takeoff, NASA test pilots brave a battery of training and testing on the ground. The post Flight Lab: Watch as I Flunk NASA's Brutal Test Pilot Training Course appeared first on WIRED.
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Apple's tvOS 10.2 is preventing third-party AirPlay streamers from sending audio to the fourth-generation Apple TV, and it is unclear at this time if the functionality can be restored.
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In February 2017, we brought together great minds of AI and business leaders to explore the new opportunities AI opens up for businesses, what it takes to be a cognitively savvy organization, and the possibilities of human-level adaptive thinking. Welcome to the future,...
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The root of so many high-profile data leaks are the insecure databases that underpin the internet. The post If You Want to Stop Big Data Breaches, Start With Databases appeared first on WIRED.
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DEVONtechnologies has updated all editions of its intelligent information and document manager DEVONthink for Mac. Version 2.9.11 uses DEVONtechnologies’ new web service for decluttering clipped web pages and improves importing notes from Apple Notes and Evernote. HTML and ...
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According to Dan Scavino, White House Director of Social Media, President Trump...
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Apple is cracking down on the practice of developers putting “free” in the name of their apps to set them apart from other competing apps, VentureBeat reports. While Apple’s developer guide has long discouraged app makers from making such a blatant move, the company is ...
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