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MIT Researchers Have Developed Modular Robotics Cubes

Ladies and Gentlemen, you may now add "self-constructing machines" to your list of possible blunders mankind might wipe itself out with. The folks …

Mobilize Your Written Notes With the Equil JOT Smartpen

The smartpen has always presented convenience as its big asset — write normally, then instantly transfer all your notes to the digital domain. But …

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New fingerprint-lifting compound could make life easier for CSIs

If you regularly watch any police forensics TV shows, then the word "Luminol" is probably already part of your vocabulary. Now, however, you might …

MIT's 110-core Execution Migration CPU chip moves instructions to the data

Computer scientists at MIT have developed a 110-core CPU chip based on a new architecture in which, instead of bringing data across the chip to the …

I'm Going to Buy 6 Apple iWatches. Here's Why.

In a few hours we are going to see what Apple has been working on lately. There’ll be new iPhones, maybe some new software and perhaps even an Apple TV or iPads.<p>And one more thing.<p>Hard Fork?Hard Fork.HARD FORK<p>Please, let there be a ‘one more thing’ this time!<p>It is not like we deserve a brand new …

One More Variation of the new Yahoo Logo

It’s been a week of logos. Well, more specifically Yahoo logos. The company ended its 30-day period of showcasing designs to finally unveil its new logo — while companies like 99designs, Survata and DesignCrowd jumped on the wagon offering opinion and crowdsourced alternatives.<p>Here’s another to add …

10 things you should NEVER say during presentations

At our TNW Conferences we see a lot of presentations and I have given a fair share of presentations myself. I often see people making the same mistakes and cringe when I hear the same excuses or basic errors when people get on stage.<p>The easiest way to lose an audience is to make a mistake in the …

Why Responsive Email Design is More Important than Ever

_This post is brought to you by GetResponse.<p>The numbers speak for themselves: 47% of emails are now opened on mobile devices, according to a study of over 250 million opens worldwide by email analytics providers Litmus. That statistic speaks volumes not only about mobile device adoption, but also …

View YouTube Videos Offline In Its App From November

YouTube is adding a feature to its mobile app in November that will let users add videos to their handsets to watch for a short period, even when they are unable to get an Internet connection.<p>Exactly how long the “short period” will be is not clear yet, but YouTube hints that it could be as long as …

This Short Film With Robots and Projectors Will Blow Your Mind

“Box“, a new short film from Bot & Dolly, uses robotics and projection-mapping to create an incredible visual experience.<p><i>Thumbnail image credit: The Creators Project</i>

Google Docs Can Automatically Generate QR Codes

Did you know that Google Docs has support for QR codes built-in? That’s right, if you know the right function, the Spreadsheets app can generate QR codes with whatever inputs you like.<p>Don’t believe us? Watch this video for the feature in action:<p>Hard Fork?Hard Fork.HARD FORK<p>As you can see, there are …

How to Get Google's Old 'New Tab' Design Back in Chrome

I’m not a fan of Google’s recently unveiled ‘New Tab’ page in Chrome. The new search bar is quite useful and the flat, redesigned Google logo is nice to look at, but everything else feels a little awkward.<p>The thumbnails are too small and I prefer to have my third-party Chrome apps such as Feedly …

Google Launches Analytics Academy: Free Community-Based Video Courses

Google today launched a new hub called Analytics Academy, a new hub for digital marketers and analysts to stay up-to-date. The site features free community-based video courses about digital analytics and Google Analytics.<p>Each lesson includes an instructional video and a corresponding activity to …

Google unveils search updates for mobile, new Page Rank algorithm, and Knowledge Graph comparisons

This week, Google marks its 15-year anniversary and the team brought members of the media to the original Google House to talk about the future of the company. During the press conference, it unveiled several updates to search, designed to help users access information quicker, including new …

Top 9 Android Photography Apps For Shooting, Editing and Sharing

The latest wave of Android smartphones are tussling to prove themselves as the go-to choice for aspiring photographers. Whether it’s the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, Sony Xperia Z1 or HTC One, the story this year is all about new and improved cameras.<p>Regardless of what Android device you’re using …

Google Launches Public Beta of Web Designer

Google today launched a new advertising application in beta called Google Web Designer. The company says the tool is for creating “professional-quality design” HTML5 ads and campaigns accessible to everyone from the designer to the dabbler.<p>HTML5 is widely seen as the standard that everyone on the …

Level Wants to be Like Fitbit for Personal Finance

There’s no shortage of personal finance-management apps out there, with the likes of Simple serving up real-time data about all your incomings and outgoings, linked directly to your bank accounts. But alas, it’s US-only. Then there’s Dollarbird, a smart calendar app for tracking your income and …

The Year 2023: A Day-Old Startup Sells for $1bn

When my parents were my age they primarily dealt with huge and old companies. The mail, newspapers, banks and insurance companies were all giants and usually 100-year-old companies.<p>The companies that are important in my life are also giants, but they are much younger. Google just celebrated its …

Google Updates Maps with Directions for Multiple Destinations

Google today updated its Google Maps service with a new feature that was previously removed: directions for multiple destinations. The company also rolled out two new tools, one to manage your reservations and one to discover upcoming events.<p>Directions for multiple destinations, which Google says …

What Is Tor And Why Does It Matter?

We all live in public, at least as far as the US National Security Agency is concerned. As Internet users and global citizens become more aware of surveillance activities that the US and other countries are doing on the World Wide Web, there are those who seek to ensure that privacy and personal …

The 7 Counterintuitive Social Media Mistakes You May be Making

<i>This post was originally published on the Buffer blog.</i><p>I’m pretty well known for making mistakes. It’s kind of a known trait of mine. Just this weekend I walked into a door because I didn’t open it properly first.<p>We don't shill.Check out TNW's Hard Fork.TAKE ME THERE<p>When it comes to social media, …

This Woman from Atlanta is the Voice Behind Siri

For better or worse, Apple’s voice activated personal assistant – called Siri – has become an integral part of the iPhone and iPad. Now, the voice actor behind all of those useful and not-so useful responses appears to have come forward.<p>It’s Susan Bennett.<p>Apple hasn’t verified her claim, but a …

Google Play Music All Access: An In-Depth Guide

Google is taking on the likes of Spotify, Rdio and iTunes Radio with its on-demand music streaming service Google Play Music All Access.<p>It’s a highly competitive space, but Google has a compelling proposition; the service is integrated with the music section of the Google Play store, as well as …

Aviate: A Smart Android Homescreen Built for the Age of Context

The concept of the Android ‘launcher’ only really reached a wide audience outside hardcore mobile geeks with the launch of Facebook Home earlier this year. While that product ended up making little impact, Aviate may well have a better chance of success. Launching in beta today, this a fresh take …

Seene for iPhone Lets You Create and Share 3D Photos

Computer vision R&D startup Obvious Engineering has released Seene, an iPhone app that aims to be a “3D Instagram” by using depth capture technology to let you create photos with a parallax effect.<p>Seene records an image from four different angles in order to generate its 3D images. The recording …

'Super Mario Bros.' Is Now Playable On Your Web Browser

Remember that time, a.k.a. a few months ago, when you had to download an emulator for your smartphone if you wanted to play old school video games? And all those grueling hours you spent downloading the right ROMs, hoping they wouldn’t brick your device?<p>Breathe happy, my friends. Full Screen Mario …

Macaw, the Web Design Tool for Programmers, Hits Kickstarter

Web designing is more than just slapping visually attractive images on a page. To make those elements come to life, meticulous amounts of HTML are needed to add front end functionality.<p>In the past, designers have used Adobe Creative Suite to draw up their sites while programmers looked to Coda 2 to …

Android 4.4 KitKat Will Require An SMS App to be Set as Default

Google today revealed that Android 4.4 (KitKat) will introduce the concept of a default SMS app, which the user can select in system settings. Furthermore, the new version will make existing APIs public so that developers don’t have to worry about losing them.<p>Google notes that many Android app …

Hear Steve Jobs Convincingly Dismiss Tablets 10 Years Ago

It has only been three years since Apple introduced the iPad, and it has been a tremendous success ever since. That makes it all the more interesting to hear Steve Jobs convincingly dismiss tablets, at the first All Things Digital conference in 2003, ten years ago, to Walt Mossberg.<p>We’ve skipped it …