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Google Photos’ new shared albums aren’t designed for a social world

You can't like them<p>Google is tired of Apple getting all the glory when it comes to photo sharing. Today, the company introduced a feature in its Google Photos app that’s designed to compete with Apple’s popular iCloud Photo Sharing. It's available for iOS, Android and the web. That cross-platform …

Red launches the Scarlet-W, an entry-level 5K cinema camera

Shooting a film or commercial with the same high-end equipment as a Peter Jackson or David Fincher just got cheaper. Red just revealed the $9,950 Scarlet-W and Scarlet-W Monochrome, cameras that shoot 5K RAW video and 2K ProRes with the company's Dragon sensor. For slo-mo, the 3.5-pound camera can …

BLU Life One X is official, 5.2-inch full HD $99 Moto G competitor with octa-core MediaTek chip

As low-end smartphones go, few are as popular on Amazon as BLU’s unlocked budget-friendly Android phones. If it already had a reputation for offering great bang for your buck, it will only get stronger with the newest device in its lineup. The BLU Life One X has just been launched, it costs under …

Apple iOS 9.2: Should You Upgrade?

Yesterday Apple released iOS 9.2. It has some great new features, but marries that with a massive confession list of bug fixes. So is it worth the upgrade or are you better off steering clear? Let’s break it down…<p><b>What Is iOS 9.2 For?</b><p>iOS 9.2 is compatible with the iPhone 4S or later, iPad 2 or …

These are the safest cars for 2016

American Manufactuers Largely Absent From This Year's IIHS Safety Rankings<p>Looking over the list of four-dozen vehicles that earned the highest-possible safety ranking from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety this year, there's one noticeable omission: Cars built by American manufacturers. …

Chrysler Apparently Re-Evaluating Future Line-Up

As the world’s leading automakers rush towards developing more and more SUVs, it seems as though an increased number of different body styles are …

Seattle PD Chases Down & Neutralizes Felon's Camaro

While footage such as this might make some people feel uneasy, the reality is that not all police chases end in arrests, especially if the …

2018 Audi A3 Spy Shots

It seems like only yesterday that the Audi A3 sedan went on sale but already we have spy shots of a prototype for a facelifted model. That’s because …

New Firefox App Makes Websites Load Like Lightning

The maker of the Firefox web browser released its second app for iPhones and iPads on Tuesday as it tries to gain a foothold on Apple’s mobile …

FBI: Yes, we exploit unpatched security holes

It's no secret that the FBI uses tech tools like Stingray phone trackers to investigate suspects, but it's now clear that the bureau is willing to go even further than that. Operational Technology Division lead Amy Hess (above) tells the <i>Washington Post</i> that the FBI uses zero-day (that is, unknown …

Zuckerberg Says Muslims Will Always Be Welcome On Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg urged the world not to “succumb to cynicism” despite bigots like Donald Trump calling for Muslims to be banned from entering the United States. Today, Facebook’s CEO posted on his site that “I want to add my voice in support of Muslims in our community and around the world…As the …

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Postmates And Twitter Product Guru Sara Mauskopf Is Working On Parenting App Called “Winnie”

During stints at Postmates, Twitter, YouTube and Google, Sara Mauskopf has touched many of the products that you use on a daily basis. With that knowledge, having just left her recent post at Postmates<b>*</b>, we now know what Mauskopf is up to next.<p>It’s called “Winnie” and there’s not much more we know …

Parenting

The Australian hoverboard police have issued a Christmas warning

Listen up, young children and Jason Derulo, and heed these warnings about riding hoverboards before you give yourself a concussion.<p>The Australian …

GoPro's drone is called the Karma

Expect it in 2016<p>Rumored since 2014 and confirmed at this year's Code Conference, the GoPro drone is coming in 2016, and now we know it'll be called the "Karma." The company announced the name in a blog post and YouTube video published today.<p>The Karma will be GoPro's entry into the consumer drone …

Tesla announces the companies selling the Powerwall in Australia

It's been a long wait, but Tesla has announced it will be bringing its energy storage solution, the Powerwall, to Australia through energy retailers …

Slow down time with PlayStation 4's video editor update

Sony has an early gift for you this holiday season: more tools for its PlayStation 4 video editing app, Sharefactory. The electronics giant says that the ability to manipulate time has been among the most requested features and that's where Time Bender comes in. With it, you can slow nature's most …

Mark Zuckerberg voices support for Muslims amid Donald Trump ban row

Facebook founder invokes his Jewish background in implicit denunciation of Donald Trump's call for Muslims to be banned from US<p>Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and chief executive of Facebook, has used his own page on the social media outlet to add his voice to the condemnation of Donald Trump's call …

Yahoo scraps Alibaba spin-off plan and explores breaking off core business

Tech company ditches plan to offload stake in Chinese e-commerce giant and will consider spinning off mail, news and ad services into a new business<p>Yahoo is scrapping its original plan to spin off its multibillion-dollar stake in China’s Alibaba and will instead explore breaking off the rest of its …

Google's Chromebook laptops are just 'test machines' says Apple CEO Tim Cook

The comments, which come from an interview with BuzzFeed News, come as Apple is pushing the "Hour of Code" initiative that aims to engage school-aged children in coding and other computer-based activities.<p>"Assessments don't create learning," said Cook. "We are interested in helping students learn …

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New Walmart Pay app adds to mobile payments fray

Walmart is jumping into the mobile payments business, the first US retailer to make its own push for consumers to use their smartphones as mobile wallets.<p>The world's largest retailer on Thursday announced the launch of Walmart Pay, a proprietary mobile payments system for use in its stores. The …

Samsung and Baidu are getting into self-driving cars

Samsung is creating a new team to work on self-driving car technologies. The division will focus on components rather than building an entire vehicle, as rival Apple is rumored to be doing, and could face local competition from the Korean auto industry — Hyundai said this week it was considering …