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Here Are 2.95-Million Photos of Earth From NASA

One of the cooler things about sharing office space with our Popular Science (we’re also owned by the same company) is that they stay tapped into …

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Solocam Is A Selfie Stick That Isn’t Completely Insufferable

Most of us at TechCrunch don’t get out much, instead choosing to blog from the comfort of our own home or office. However, some more adventurous reporters still crave the thrill of reporting live on scene.<p>Solocam is a selfie stick that may actually provide value (bear with me here) by letting …

Mobile Photography

Apple Finally Fixes The iPhone Keyboard’s Worst Flaw In iOS 9

It’s the little things in life.<p>Like, you know, being able to tell if your keyboard is currently set to use capital letters or not.<p>With iOS 9, Apple is finally fixing one of the platform’s strangest quirks: the keyboard will no longer appear to be all caps, all the time.<p>If you’re an Android user, or …

Future iPhones could be unlocked with a selfie

Apple may have banned selfie sticks at WWDC, but the company was today granted a patent revealing how future iPhones could be unlocked by snapping a quick photo of yourself.<p>Entitled “Low threshold face recognition,” the patent describes a means of “reducing the impact of lighting conditions and …

Apple's iPhone 6-Plus Optical Image Stabilization Invention Comes to Light

Apple's iPhone 6 Plus introduced optical image stabilization that works with the A8 chip, gyroscope and M8 motion coprocessor to measure motion data …

Mobile Devices

Your future iPhone’s Apple logo may be more than just a pretty fruit

That Apple logo on your iPhone sure is pretty, but it doesn’t do a whole lot other than remind you who made your phone in case you forget. It’s kind of lazy that way, really.<p>But a recently published patent suggests that Apple might put that shiny bobble to use in future models of its hardware.<p>The …

Believe it or not, Apple’s working on new 64-bit iPods

With Apple Music making waves, a dedicated music-playing device like the iPod suddenly seems more relevant than it’s been in years. Which is why it’s great to hear that Apple is reportedly planning to introduce a refreshed lineup of iPod touch, nano and shuffle media players on Tuesday, July 14.<p>The …

Inside the small shop that makes fantastic headphones the old school way

For such a quaint shop that hasn’t advertised their headphones since 1964, Grado Headphones is a total powerhouse. Hypebeast took a tour to find out …

Apple’s watchOS 2 may make your current Apple Watch stand obsolete

After unveiling watchOS 2 at WWDC, Apple Watch users rejoiced. Apps that run on the wearable will undoubtedly perform better, and make the watch a standalone device.<p>But an Apple Watch doesn’t stand up on its own, which led many users to purchase a separate stand. Some of those stands are pretty …

Smartwatches

Why mind-reading is a science, not a magic trick

Electrical activity within the brain means that our thoughts can be read and understood<p>You may believe your thoughts are intangible and inscrutable, but all mental activity is communicated via electrical impulses. As our understanding of the brain improves, we’re increasingly able to decode our …

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Homeboy Review: A Motion-Detecting Home Security Camera

Cameras that clip to your body, cameras you strap to your face, cameras for your own personal flying machines, cameras for just about every occasion. Cameras are everywhere, and it seems you can’t do anything without your actions being captured for posterity.<p>While some may argue that the ubiquity …

How to fix Apple's iMessage bug

Apple recently has been under fire for a bug that is preventing users from receiving text messages when they switch from an iPhone to an Android or Windows Phone device and keep the same phone number. The problem has actually been around since iMessage first debuted in late 2011.<p>Apple said in a …