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E-commerce Facebook Ads: 20 Essential Tips for More Sales

Social media sites are constantly changing their algorithms to personalize what users see in their feeds.As a business, the chance of your target …

Marketing

44 Genius New Uses For Household Items

Hacks out of what's around your house.<p>Use these hacks to make the most out of what's around your house. This piece originally appeared on goodhousekeeping.com.

Put These Quarter-Sized GPS Trackers On Everything

They'll go on phones, bicycles, teenagers—anything!<p>Misplaced your phone? Dropped your keys? Lost your dog? This crowdfunded project would let you locate basically anything with tiny GPS trackers that are accurate to within 5 feet.<p>Retrievor is GPS disk that's barely more than an inch in diameter and …

Nomad Espresso Machine Delivers Hot Brew Anywhere, No Electricity Required

Espresso lovers, you'll have to agree, there's nothing quite like a steaming cup of that seriously strong coffee in the morning. But sometimes it's …

Stuff-A-Burger Press

Stuffed burgers can certainly be delicious — but if you've ever tried making them, you probably know they can be a little difficult to build. The …

Burgers

Keep Your Gadgets Dry at the Beach With These Waterproof Pocket Shorts

Many of us protect our gadgets from clumsy falls and nicks with protective cases. But when your precious smartphone gets wet from the elements or …

Nix Color Sensor

Check out this awesome review from iGeeksBlog!<p>Follow us on Twitter @nixsensor<p>Check out our story on CHCH …

Samsung Galaxy S5 Teardown

Our initial sensor sweep reveals no life signs—just lots of life-sensing equipment.<p>From fingerprint scans to interpretive gestures, this phone shows …

Google Releases First Developer Resources For Project Ara, Its Modular Smartphone

Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group has released a Module Developers Kit (MDK) for Project Ara, its forthcoming modular smartphone, providing reference implementations for various design features.<p>The ATAP describes Ara as follows:<p>The Ara platform consists of an on-device …

Ring : Shortcut Everything.

Ring is like magic, allowing you to control anything you want, by wearing it on your finger. You can send texts, control home appliances, and even …

Sonos Integrates With Google Play Music, Hints At Its Future

Sonos continues to shift its attention to software.<p>Sonos is betting its future on software. Having already wowed consumers with its wireless, high-fidelity speaker system, the company is sharpening its focus on the apps people use to stream music and other audio content. Today, Sonos breaks out of …

Smart Homes

Google Patents Tiny Cameras Embedded In Contact Lenses

Google has a new patent application with the USPTO (via 9to5Google), which takes one of the basic concepts of Glass and extends it even further, embedding tiny cameras that could be embedded in contact lenses for various uses, including photographing what a wearer sees, or providing the basic input …

Amazon 'to launch 3D-capable smartphone in June'

The device reportedly features retina-tracking tech to give a 3D hologram effect.<p>Amazon is expected to announced its first smartphone in June …

StoreDot’s Bio-Organic Battery Tech Can Charge From Flat To Full In 30 Seconds

Want to charge your phone from flat to full in 30 seconds? Who doesn’t. But don’t get too excited yet — Israeli startup StoreDot‘s bio-organic fast-charging battery tech, which utilizes quantum dot technology, is only a prototype right now.<p>It’s not a full capacity battery yet either. And they …

Coming Soon To The iPhone 7s, 0% To 100% Battery Charging In Under A Minute?

Sick of waiting for your iPhone to finish charging? By 2017, your iPhone could completely charge from 0% to 100% in just 5 minutes, in a portable, consumer-friendly package that will make long charging times a thing of the past.<p>An Israeli startup called StoreDot has demonstrated new technology at …

Airlines, airports improve tech for passengers

What if you can hop on board a flight after scanning your own boarding pass? How about tagging and checking your own bag? Or finding the nearest spot for an airport manicure by tapping a screen?<p>It may sound like a flying experience far, far in the future. But it's happening right now.<p>Airlines and …

30-second smartphone charge demonstrated using biological semiconductors

I’d find this video hard to believe were it not for its credentials. The <i>WSJ</i> reports that StoreDot, the start-up behind the technology, has its background in the Nanotechnology department of Tel Aviv University, and it’s been demonstrated at Microsoft’s <i>Think Next</i> conference.<p>Ultra-fast battery …

Portable Robot Printer Is Like A Roomba That Squirts Ink

“What is a printer?” asked Zuta Labs, then reimagined it as the Mini Mobile Robotic Printer, as small as your hand.<p>Designed by Zuta Labs and now on Kickstarter, the Mini Mobile Robotic Printer is one for the mobile age. It cleverly sheds the bulk of consumer printing by re-imagining what a printer …

Printing

Google's Project Ara wants to revolutionize the smartphone industry within a year

The night before Google's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) division was supposed to show off the one and only functional Project Ara prototype to a room full of eager developers, someone dropped the phone and broke the display. At <i>any</i> other product reveal, this worst-case scenario would be a …

Say "Ah" for Temperature-Taking Tech

I coincidentally got sick while during tests of the Kinsa Smart Thermometer. (Oh, the things I do for my job.)<p>When I was a kid and wasn’t feeling well, my mom would press her cheek against my forehead for a few seconds, checking to see if I felt feverish. It wasn’t exactly a scientifically accurate …