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Since its inception, investors have looked at the blockchain technology that powers Bitcoin’s cryptocurrency as a new platform to bring a new level of trust to real world transactions.
Cat photos are some of the most popular images on the web today, and encrypted messaging service Wickr is tapping into that, along with one of the classic tricks of the spy trade called steganography, to launch a new service that marks its first foray into the wider world of social networking: a way to post Facebook photos from Wickr by hiding them behind pictures of cute kitties.
Luna co-founder Matteo Franceschetti presents a pretty appealing vision of what it can be like to go to bed: As you lie down, the lights, temperature (of both the bed and the room), and the music all adjust to a setting of your choice.
Prey 2. All I need to say is Prey 2. As an avid gamer, I will always drool at the Blade Runner aesthetic and potential of what that game that could have possibly been.
It’s February 1 at ~5:48PM CST if you want to skip the rest of this. So days keep marching on and you might be wondering what exactly the timeframe and wording of HTC’s 90-day guarantee for getting Android Lollipop on the M8 and M7 versions of the HTC One.
The Prynt case, which lets you print photos directly from your phone, is now available for pre-order on Kickstarter.
A semi-secret surveillance program developed by the Drug Enforcement Administration is collecting location information about “millions” of Americans through the use of a license plate-reading system to which state police departments also contribute data.
I love JotterPad. I've said it before, but I thought I'd preface with this disclaimer and then convince you why you should love it too. I'm not in the business of coercing anyone, but I think we'd all be better off if we did more writing, be it regular note taking, prose, poetry, journaling, or anything that involves putting a series of words in an order that makes sense with a decent serving of imagery and correct grammar sprinkled on top.
While most casual games are not known for having stories, some have very enjoyable ones! Some developers actually take the time to add a fun story to their light games.
At first glance, a pair of Glow headphones might seem like gimmicky glow-in-the-dark earbuds that are designed to get your attention and not much else.
For those who can't commit to a $1,000 mattress (a lot of people, most likely) even if it is high-tech, this much cheaper smart mattress cover called Luna might be the better choice.
Is 2015 the year that we start rolling back the progress of the last 20 years? In addition to dressing like extras from The Facts of Life, we've started buying Vinyl again and people are even discovering the "joys" of instant photography.
Just read the above title a few times and try to process it. If you brain cannot wrap around the concept, maybe this will help.
While Apple Pay is the gold standard for safe card transactions, some partner banks are leaving customers vulnerable to fraud via identity theft thanks to weak checks when cards are added to Apple Pay, according to mobile commerce consultants Drop Labs.
Twitter has added the ability to Direct Message with more than one person at a time, meaning you can now have private group conversations on the service.
Awesome news for everyone who loves 1Gbps Internet services: Google Fiber is starting to expand much more aggressively.
Baking your own bread is an attractive proposition when you consider freshness, taste, the lack of additives, and reduced salt content.
Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be, that’s for sure. Back in the day, you’d get a full dosed version of the retros, complete with cheap chrome, dodgy materials and the like.
The fall of Asimo A bipedal humanoid robot, standing just over 4 feet tall, takes the first few steps up a staircase before crapping out, rigid and pathetic as it falls backward.
Running With Crayons, the developer behind popular OS X search replacement app, Alfred, has launched a companion app for iOS, allowing you to perform actions on your Mac using your phone.