Google announced today that Gmail’s spam filter can now handle the suspicious “Unicode Homoglyphs,” giving people another tool with which to fight garbage e-mail. Homoglyphs are the characters that look
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Samsung has revealed details about two new tablets today at an event in New York City, ushering an 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab S into its ever-growing ranks of devices. The new Super AMOLED display-equipped
Apple is under siege. Samsung is moving from strength to strength with every new version of its flagship Galaxy phones and this year is likely to be no exception, with the S5 on the horizon. What started
Another development in the European edtech ecosystem: early stage startups with a plan to disrupt education are being encouraged to apply to join a new incubator that will kick off its first programme
Making money on mobile can be a tricky thing. Having ads on your app is an option, but few companies have truly cracked the perfect mobile advertising strategy, so adding ads to your app will likely be
Sony had a tiny surprise to share just ahead of the Tokyo Games Show: the PS Vita TV, appearing from inside SCE President Andrew House's jacket pocket. Having already announced a new, slender PS Vita less
If you're a Nintendo fan with a few thousand bucks to spare, have we got a deal for you! An extremely rare Nintendo World Championships NES game cartridge has surfaced and is currently for sale on eBay.
Fitbit, the company that makes wearable activity trackers, has apologized following widespread reports that its latest wrist-worn device has caused severe skin irritation for some owners. In a statement
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Congratulations, Planet Earth! We made it another 365 days without crashing into the sun. Go team! It’s the end of the year, and that means three things: booze, ridiculous sunglasses with numbers on them,
2013 was a great year for productivity. The email problem hasn’t been completely solved, but apps like Mailbox and Dispatch have taken away much of the pain of the task. Meanwhile, we have plenty of choices
DevOps—it’s not just the latest buzzword from the IT sphere. It’s a paradigm shift in the way technology companies look at the marriage between software development and the infrastructure that powers It’s
As the intellectual property protections on old games expired, the Internet Archive swooped in to make them freely playable online in your browser. The site is currently host to a trove of games from classic
From the world's largest underground hotel to Star Wars-style holographic communication, the coming year is set to unveil an array of incredible advances in science and technology Beam yourself across
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From a gloriously refurbished Tate Britain to the glaringly unloved 'Walkie-Scorchie', Ellis Woodman chooses his five best and five worst works of architecture in 2013 The best architecture of 2013 1.