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  • iPhone 6s details leaked with hardware images

    30 June 2015, 5:11 pm by: Chris Burns

    The next iPhone has appeared in a number of hardware images said to come from the manufacturing plant where they were made. These images show an iPhone 6s that looks extremely similar to its predecessor, showing only minor chances inside the machine's bust.…
  • YouTube details new features, targets ‘junk’ comments

    30 June 2015, 4:56 pm by: Brittany Hillen

    YouTube has been rolling out improvements and features for its creators, and it has detailed the latest among those efforts. The creator features will have some benefits for all YouTube users, though, included among them being changes that cuts down on the…
  • Hyundai Apple Watch app brings remote start and more

    30 June 2015, 3:59 pm by: Brittany Hillen

    Hyundai has introduced its new Blue Link app for the Apple Watch, allowing those with Apple’s wearable to control certain functions on their car from the convenience of their wrist. One such feature is flashing the car’s lights from the Apple Watch — a…
  • Reveal Ask Me Anything: an app for teens to ask questions

    30 June 2015, 3:21 pm by: Chris Burns

    The app Reveal - Ask Me Anything is an app where people can create profiles, share short videos, and take photos of themselves. With these bits of media, they share with one another. They share information about one another and they ask questions about one…
  • Olympus Air A01 first-impressions: Modular Micro 4/3

    30 June 2015, 3:10 pm by: Vincent Nguyen

    You’d be forgiven if, after taking a quick glance at Olympus' new Air A01 doohickey, you dismissed it as a lens of some sort. In fact it’s more, much more. Think of the Air A01 as a Micro Four Thirds or Micro 4/3 camera minus the lens and display: ultra…
  • Rare space event: catch Venus and Jupiter crossing tonight

    30 June 2015, 3:01 pm by: Chris Burns

    Throughout the month of June, Venus and Jupiter have been moving closer and closer to one another. Or at least they've been appearing to move closer to one another. They've been moving in directions that'll eventually have them within one degrees of one…
  • Pinterest rolling out Buyable Pins on iOS

    30 June 2015, 3:00 pm by: Brittany Hillen

    Early this month Pinterest officially launched a “Buy It” button on the site, its latest effort to monetize its service by serving as an e-commerce portal for the items found in its pins. The idea is that many visitors use Pinterest to find crafts and…
  • Toyota’s crazy tilting EV underlines what’s wrong with US cities

    30 June 2015, 2:02 pm by: Chris Davies

    "You're not going to topple over," I overhear a patient Toyota rep explaining to a nervous i-ROAD test-driver, "just have fun." Two minutes later, that same anxious pilot is throwing the tilting trike around a fiercely twisting course of cones with gleeful…
  • Deciding on Apple Music: what you need to know

    30 June 2015, 1:56 pm by: Chris Burns

    This morning we're having a peek at Apple Music in the wild for the first time. While we've gotten an opportunity to use the service earlier this year at Apple's developer conference WWDC, this is the first we're getting to use the service just like everybody…
  • Beats updated for Apple Music migration, current subscribers get 3 months free

    30 June 2015, 12:49 pm by: Adam Westlake

    Along with the release of iOS 8.4 this morning, and the accompanying debut of Apple Music, the Beats Music app has also received an update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod. As was mentioned on Monday, the update for Beats Music now has the app focusing on migrating…
  • How to cancel Apple Music auto-renewal

    30 June 2015, 12:25 pm by: Chris Burns

    Apple Music's free trial period begins today, at the launch of the service at large. Today also begins the reminder for users of free subscription plans on all services that, as this subscription period ends, so too does the free service. The services…
  • Director of new Ghostbusters film tweets first pics of new gear

    30 June 2015, 11:48 am by: Adam Westlake

    Barring any last-minute problems, we should be seeing a new Ghostbusters movie hitting the theaters in exactly one year, the first new entry in the classic comedy series in over 25 years. The new film, which has been described as a reboot, is directed by Paul…
  • Apple Music released with iOS 8.4

    30 June 2015, 11:16 am by: Chris Burns

    This morning an updated version of iOS was release for iPhone and iPad, bringing on Apple Music for the masses. Apple Music is being released with 24/7 global radio, what Apple describes as "a way for fans to connect with their favorite artists, and a…
  • Minecraft in Education launched to help teachers build with students

    30 June 2015, 10:57 am by: Chris Burns

    Inside the game Minecraft, users are able to very easily create 3D models using square blocks. It's the perfect point between entertaining and educating, creative and mathematical. Microsoft recently acquired the company that made Minecraft - now they're…
  • NASA begins prototyping first airplane to fly over Mars

    30 June 2015, 10:53 am by: Adam Westlake

    NASA has revealed a new prototype design for an aircraft that will eventually be the first to fly on Mars in the 2020's. Dubbed the Preliminary Research Aerodynamic Design to Land on Mars, or "Prandtl-m" for short, features a flying-wing design and is said to…
  • Jaunt Neo VR camera promises pro-quality 360 video

    30 June 2015, 10:28 am by: Chris Davies

    360-degree video may be the future of immersive entertainment but first you need the camera to record it on, and that's what Jaunt is promising with Neo. The fifth-generation of the virtual reality studio's multi-camera rig, and the culmination of two and a…
  • The Tourbillion amusement park ride reaps the whirlwind

    30 June 2015, 10:15 am by: Shane McGlaun

    A group of Swiss engineers has created what looks like the amusement park ride most likely to kill you Final Destination style. The ride is called The Tourbillion, which is a French word that translates to whirlwind. It was created by a Swiss firm called ABC…
  • Medium replaces passwords with secure email links

    30 June 2015, 9:53 am by: Adam Westlake

    Medium, the stylish blogging platform/social writing network, has just announced a big change in the way users sign in to the service. The site has done away with passwords altogether, as well as the requirement of using Twitter or Facebook to log in, and will…
  • LEGO invests $150M in search for sustainable materials

    30 June 2015, 9:45 am by: JC Torres

    LEGO may be fun and educational, but more environment-conscious consumers might take issue with what is being sacrificed to get to that point. LEGO has no delusions that the very materials that make up its iconic blocks and pieces, not to mention their…
  • GammaTech Durabook R11 tablet PC is military rugged

    30 June 2015, 9:15 am by: Shane McGlaun

    GammaTech has unveiled its latest ruggedized tablet computer that is aimed at workers in harsh environments. We all know that the typical notebook can’t survive use in harsh environments for very long. The Durabook R11 on the other hand meets multiple…
  • Galaxy A8 hands on video surfaces ahead of official launch

    30 June 2015, 8:45 am by: Shane McGlaun

    At this point, we know most of what there is to know about the Samsung Galaxy A8 smartphone. There have been several leaks including images and details of the hardware inside the smartphone in the past few weeks. Samsung has yet to officially announce the…
  • Porsche sold a 919 Hyrbid replica model for over $100k

    30 June 2015, 8:40 am by: Adam Westlake

    Want to blow $100,000 in cash on a nice sports car? You've got plenty of options, like a Porsche for example. But how about getting a Porsche that can't be driven. No, not like it isn't street-legal, but in that it doesn't actually have an engine. That's what…
  • Windows 10 Build 10158: Edge udpates, Cortana for Office 365

    30 June 2015, 8:15 am by: JC Torres

    We are now on the verge of counting down the days to Microsoft's most anticipated, whether with excitement or with dread, Windows 10 release. But before that ball starts rolling, the company has a few more builds for its Insiders to try out. By this time,…
  • Nextbook Ares 8 Android tablet packs Atom Z3735G processor

    30 June 2015, 7:45 am by: Shane McGlaun

    Tablet shipments are booming and the most popular segment in the tablet market in most countries is the low end where tablets can be purchased on a budget. A new tablet from Nextbook has landed at Walmart and it is a perfect tablet for buyers who are looking…
  • Apple Music scores AC/DC, digital exclusivity of Dre’s ‘The Chronic’

    30 June 2015, 7:23 am by: Adam Westlake

    More big news on Apple Music's expanding catalog on the eve of the streaming service's debut. Not only will Taylor Swift's 1989 be available, but music from rock legends AC/DC, and Dr. Dre's influential hip-hop album The Chronic will also be streamable. Both…
  • Amazon Prime Now launches in London bringing 1hr delivery

    30 June 2015, 7:15 am by: Shane McGlaun

    In some larger cities in the US Amazon has been offering a service called Prime Now that lets buyers get some items delivered to their location in only an hour. Amazon is rolling Prime Now out to locations outside the US with London being the first place to…
  • Shazam now lets you know what artists have Shazamed

    30 June 2015, 6:45 am by: JC Torres

    It seems that everyone and anyone in the music streaming biz is scampering now that Apple is launching its own Apple Music service. Google has unexpectedly added free ad-supported streaming radio to their service. Tidal abruptly fires its CEO almost in panic…
  • Europe to end mobile roaming fees in 2017

    30 June 2015, 6:25 am by: Adam Westlake

    The European Commission has announced that an agreement has been reached that will finally put an end to roaming charges within Europe on June 15th, 2017. That means in just under 2 years Europeans will be able to travel to other countries in the European…
  • Bricasso printer creates Lego mosaics automatically

    30 June 2015, 6:00 am by: Shane McGlaun

    Making Lego mosaics is a thing for geeky artists. Normally the mosaic is created by hand using lots of bricks and lots of big backgrounds squares of those Lego boards. A Lego geek named Jason Allemann has whipped up an awesome Lego creation that can created…
  • London to debut world’s first all-electric double-decker bus

    30 June 2015, 5:43 am by: Adam Westlake

    The UK's capital city, London, has just announced that their iconic double-decker buses will go all-electric starting in October of this year. Not only is this an effort to make the city's public transportation greener, but it will also be the world's first…

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