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The 14-minute bodyweight workout to make up for missing a day in the gym

LeoPatrizi / Getty<p>LeoPatrizi / Getty<p><b>Duration</b> 14<p><b>Exercises</b> 13<p><b>Equipment</b> X<p>Whether you had a crazy week at the office or were simply just too busy to make …

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Manchester United is using a £500,000 camera system to track players during training

First-year Manchester United coach Louis Van Gaal (above) is shaking things up at the soccer club, but perhaps no change is getting more attention than the cameras that have stated popping up around the pitch. According to <i>ESPN</i>, roughly £500,000 of camera equipment has been set up at the club's …

Drone crashes trying to deliver drugs to jail

They do things differently in South Carolina. Sometimes, though, the technology can't stay high.<p>Look, I thought the cats were an excellent idea.<p>They were stealthy, friendly and, frankly, exactly what every jail needs.<p>Perhaps, though, the increasing number of incidents when the cats were caught …

Windows XP Below 25% Market Share, Windows 8.1 Falls

Despite support for Windows XP finally ending three months ago, the ancient OS has only now fallen below the 25 percent market share mark. To add to the bad news for Microsoft, after only nine full months of availability, its latest operating system version, Windows 8.1, has lost share for the …

Android Achieved 85% Smartphone Market Share in Q2

Market research firm Strategy Analytics has put out new numbers for the second quarter of 2014 that estimate the Android platform’s share of the global market at a record 84.6 percent.<p>Strategy Analytics reported 295.2 million smartphone shipments during the period, just 0.1 million off from IDC’s …

Hackers Can Now Tap Into USB Devices To Evade All Known Security Protections

Karsten Nohl, chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs, noted that hackers could load malicious software onto tiny, low-cost computer chips that control functions of USB devices but which have no built-in shields against tampering with their code.<p>"You cannot tell where the virus came from. It is …

Researchers Figured Out A Way To Embed Sensors In Smartphone Screens

Laser-carved microscopic tunnels could place a world of sensors at our fingertips.<p>Most sensors on phones can be buried within the inscrutable guts of the device, but some, the ones you need to physically interact with, have to be on the outside. That’s necessarily kind of annoying, since our phones …