Phillip Potter

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LG G3 vs. iPhone 5S: The latest, greatest Android side-by-side with Apple’s gold standard

Well, it’s official. LG finally unveiled the much-rumored LG G3 smartphone at a press event in London and New York City. A successor to the lauded LG …

Gear & Gadgets

Black cab feud with Uber will be decided by London's High Court

It's safe to say that London's black cabbies don't like Uber, or anything like it. While it could simply be that they're bothered by the new-style competition, traditional taxi drivers also argue Uber's use of smartphones to calculate fares is illegal, since private cars aren't allowed taximeters. …

Apple Patents Power Efficient, Sensor-Filled Noise Cancelling Earbuds

Apple has a couple of new patent applications (via AppleInsider) for headset tech that could drastically reduce the power consumption of noise cancelling earbuds, which could also stop or start music automatically based on whether they’re in or out of your ear. The two applications cover different …

Data cleaner Trifacta raises a $25M series C round

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Credit: voyager624/Shutterstock<p>Trifacta, a startup focused on getting raw data into shape so data scientists, analysts or …

Even limited to 25 mph, Google's car will arrive faster than you think

Google's new self-driving car prototype surprised even robo-car experts and suggests the company is further along than expected.<p>Although the Google self-driving car prototype revealed Tuesday night may look cute on the outside and strange on the inside, it signals that Google will soon face tough …

Autonomous Cars

Iran link to social media spying on military leaders

<b>Fake social media accounts have been used by Iranian hackers to spy on senior military and political staff worldwide, a report suggests.</b><p>The accounts aided a four-year campaign that aimed to befriend targets, said computer security firm iSight Partners.<p>Accounts were used to make it appear that bogus …

Spying