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Students Can Take Studying Paperless With These Apps and Gadgets

Aug.09.2014 / 3:54 PM ET<p>The diligent student may often be pictured with a pencil behind her ear, her chicken scratches adorning countless spiral notebooks — but these days she's just as likely to be organizing a study group on her smartphone while reviewing a lecture on her tablet. Here are a few …

Paperless Office

A Radar For Your Bike, So You Don’t Have To Have Eyes In The Back Of Your Head

How do you improve the bike light? We’ve seen a few new ideas recently: lights embedded in wheels or installed in helmets, lights that project an image on the road or even lights that let you see what the road surface is like.<p>Franz Struwig’s Backtracker is another new take. His light idea is based …

Gear & Gadgets

XBMC media center software rebrands as Kodi to free itself from its Xbox roots

Advertisement<p>4 Comments<p>Pioneering media center software project XBMC is getting ready for a major brand refresh: Starting with the upcoming version …

Software

Ezeep Secures More Cash To Shift Office Printing To The Cloud

The concept of “cloud printing” has promised a lot but not exactly set the world on fire. Google Cloud Print (GCP) is designed for printing from mobile devices. However, it’s not an offering for larger organisations and doesn’t offer any features around the management of printers, a typical office …

Phones are giving away your location, regardless of your privacy settings

Sensors in your phone that collect seemingly harmless data could leave you vulnerable to cyber attack, according to new research. And saying no to apps that ask for your location is not enough to prevent the tracking of your device.<p>A new study has found evidence that accelerometers—which sense …

Information Systems