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BodyGuardz uses an aluminum bezel to tackle the iPhone 6 screen protector problem

The gently curved glass edges of the iPhone 6/Plus screens feel absolutely luxurious but are a nightmare for screen protector companies. Compounding this issue is the fact that rigid tempered glass is now the preferred material for iPhone screen protection.<p>Some companies have taken a stab at …

Screen Protector

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Are You Textually Active?

You wake up and see that you texted with your boyfriend at 4 a.m. this morning. Yet nothing you wrote makes sense—and you don’t remember sending a …

Facebook wants everybody connected

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has enlisted Samsung, Qualcomm and other technology companies to help him in a project aimed at making Internet access …

Photography & Travel Product Reviews

Photography & Travel Product Reviews

Photography & Travel Product Reviews

Photography & Travel Product Reviews

National Park Coastlines

Travel<p>See photos of U.S. national park coastlines (including Acadia, Hawaii Volcanoes, Channel Islands, and more) in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.

National Parks

Photography & Travel Product Reviews

The View From Aurland Lookout Is Seriously Vertigo-Inducing

Sometimes nature and architecture can combine to create a unique image and experience.<p>At the Aurland Lookout in the Sogn og Fjordane region of Norway, this is certainly the case.<p>Originally designed by Todd Saunders and Tommie Wilhelmsen as part of a program on tourist routes commissioned by the …

Amazing Photos of Places You Need To Visit

You've thought of Paris, the Great Wall of China and the Amazon rainforest. We've thought of the not-so-typical yet completely remarkable places to …

Perseids 2013: Meteor shower peaks again on last night to enjoy show

Stargazers, you've got one more night to enjoy the Perseid meteor shower, one of the best meteor showers of 2013, so make the most of it.<p>The meteor shower is expected to put on almost as good a display Monday night into Tuesday morning as it did on Sunday night, and as you can see in the photo …

Fly Geyser, Nevada’s Coolest (And Least Known) Attraction

Forget Las Vegas or Area 51, Fly Geyser in Nevada offers much brighter and otherworldly sights at a much cheaper cost.<p>Source: ZME Science<p>Nestled on a …

Montana to allow eating of roadkill elks, moose and antelope

Passing through Montana and come across a dead deer, elk, moose or antelope? A new law in the vast American state will soon permit you to take them home for dinner.<p>Steve Lavin, a state representative from the city of Kalispell, introduced the legislation to allow anyone who finds the carcasses – or …

Israeli official warned over offensive Facebook postings

A senior government official responsible for promoting positive images of Israel on social media networks has been ordered to stop posting offensive statements on his Facebook page.<p>The gagging order followed a series of trenchant comments made by Daniel Seaman, who recently took up the post of head …

Area 51 Revealed in CIA Spy Plane Documents

Area 51 in Nevada has long been the subject of wild conspiracy theories about extraterrestrials, time travel and alien autopsies, but newly released …

Egypt clashes: New video shows police van 'attacked by protesters' reversed off bridge

Footage has emerged showing the moment an armoured police van, believed to have been pushed off an overpass by Islamists, drove through the barrier by accident.<p>Dramatic photographs of a police van toppling off the Sixth of October bridge in Cairo during Wednesday's clashes led to reports that the …

Report: NSA spying broke privacy rules many times

The National Security Agency broke rules thousands of times, according to The Washington Post.<p>The National Security Agency broke privacy rules or overstepped its legal bounds thousands of times each year since Congress granted it broad new powers in 2008, according to news reports published …