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Copyright Your Instagram Photos With One Hashtag | #Blockai

From around the end of the first quarter this year, there were a bumper crops of rather noteworthy/infamous lawsuits regarding copyright claims of …

Tesla’s solar roof rollout was ... meh. These other new solar power gadgets are cooler.

Last Friday evening, Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk unveiled three new products. The rollout — scheduled, oddly, for 8:30 pm Eastern — had been hyped for weeks, but the actual event turned out to be a bit [sad trombone]. It was a fairly transparent bid to justify the proposed merger of Tesla and …

51 Years, 51 Iconic Gadgets

Take a trip down tech memory lane.<p>From the first home microwave oven, through the Apple 1 computer, all the way to AI-powered robots you can play with, we take a look at 50 iconic products that defined tech for the past 50 years. Take a walk down tech memory lane and shop their contemporaries.

Instagram finally arrives on Windows desktops, but still needs work

Following the launch of its app on Windows Mobile in April, Instagram has finally brought its visual social network to Windows desktops as a standalone app.<p>Available from the Windows Store, the full-fledged app lets you browse your feed, view Stories, as well as check and send direct messages. It …

Photographer Risks Getting Burned To Capture Lava, Meteor, Milky Way And Moon In A Single Shot

American adventure photographer Mike Mezeul II took an amazing shot that captures the diverse beauty of Mother Nature. Photographed in Volcanoes …

National Parks

Using Snapseed to Quickly Enhance Colors in Your Smartphone Images

One of the quickest and most effective methods to add drama and “pop” to a photograph taken by a mobile phone is having enhanced colors. Lots of …

Mobile Photography

Certain carbohydrates do not make you gain weight, research says

Known as resistant starches, they naturally occur in certain carbohydrate-rich foods such as beans and legumes, whole grains and even rice and …

BlackBerry officially launches the Classic, a smartphone for yesterday

A full QWERTY keyboard and physical navigation keys round out the Classic's throwback design<p>BlackBerry today announced the BlackBerry Classic, making official the smartphone that CEO John Chen has teased for the better part of a year. The Classic has a throwback look, as its name alludes, with a …

Shoot fireballs from your wrist with Pyro

Who hasn't dreamed of having the ability to shoot fireballs from our hands? Thanks to a new device from magician Adam Wilber, you can do just that. The appropriately named Pyro is controlled with a remote switch from up to 30 feet away and tucks under your sleeve to remain hidden. Worn on the wrist …

This 19-Year-Old College Student Built an Artificial Brain That Detects Breast Cancer

<i>by Elizabeth Kiefer, TEEN VOGUE</i><p>Brittany Wenger is changing the game when it comes to cancer detection technology -- and, at 19, she's just getting started.<p><i>Brittany Wenger explaining her work to President Obama. You know, casual.</i> | Photo: Getty Images<p>Brittany Wenger is one seriously smart cookie. In …

Breast Cancer

Lamborghini's 88 Tauri: A $6,000 phone for people with money to burn

Technology can solve the greatest problems facing humanity. But it can also reveal man's weakness for gaudy and useless icons of luxury. Enter the 88 Tauri, the latest smartphone for rich folks from Tonino Lamborghini (founded by the son of the famous Ferrucio Lamborghini, but with no relation to …

Clip Art is dead: five things we miss from 90s tech

With the demise of Clip Art, what other staples of 90s technology do we miss so much we want to use the cry-face emoji?<p>Clip Art is dead. Long live Clip Art. Microsoft has announced the discontinuation of the basic image library we all peppered school presentations and work PowerPoints with.<p>Instead, …

10 Reasons Why the Internet is Not the Answer

<i>This essay is part of a series written by speakers featuring at our upcoming TNW USA Conference on December 10 in New York. It is adapted from Andrew’s new book, The Internet is Not the Answer, which will be published in the US on January 6th 2015.</i><p>With the Internet about to celebrate its fiftieth …

3 Things Every Company Should Know about How to Hire Great Tech Talent

<i>Vivek Ravisankar is the CEO and cofounder of</i> <i>Y Combinator alumnus HackerRank — a tech talent community for developers and companies that hire developers.</i><p>The world is speeding up. Today, every company is a software company on some level. Developers are pushing the envelope, creating, iterating and …

Apple Loop: iPad Sales Crashing, Why Apple Is So Addictive, iPhone Demand High

Taking a look back at another week of news from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop covers lead times and demands for the new iPhones, projected iPad sales, Apple Pay, the addictive nature of the iPhone, a demonstration of CarPlay, $800 per share, ideas for Apple Watch developers, and the latest …

iPhone 6 gets slaughtered by a 16-month-old Nokia phone in new camera showdown

There is absolutely no question that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus share one of the most impressive cameras that has ever been built into a …

If you've ever wanted a 13-megapixel selfie, look no further

<b>The Good</b> The HTC Desire Eye is the first smartphone to feature a front-facing flash to illuminate your selfies. Its screen is bright and bold, it has plenty of power and its colourful body is waterproof.<p><b>The Bad</b> Although the front camera has 13 megapixels, images still suffer from noise and blur, …

Microsoft's first Lumia defines Windows Phone's future

No more Nokia<p>Microsoft’s first Lumia device is being officially unveiled as the Lumia 535 today, a low-cost smartphone that underlines exactly where the company is heading with Windows Phone. Microsoft’s Lumia 535 isn’t all that different from the Nokia devices that have come before it, but it’s …

Right to be forgotten poses more questions than answers

Right to be forgotten,Google,Technology,Court of justice of the European Union,Internet,Data protection,Data and computer security<p>Google’s advisory council held its final meeting last week on the European court of justice’s privacy ruling. One of the council members gives his thoughts on the issues …

Mozilla calls out iOS and Android as ‘closed systems’ with ‘almost a complete lack of transparency’

While it has yet to become a significant player in the smartphone market, Mozilla is hoping that its open-source Firefox OS will be a game changer when the mobile operating system gains a larger presence in countries like the United States and United Kingdom. In the meantime, the software maker has …

Fitbit's activity trackers vanish from Apple's online store

Those rumors of Apple pulling Fitbit activity trackers from its stores appear to have been well-founded. <i>SlashGear</i> and others have noticed that Fitbit's gear is no longer available from Apple's online store; search for "Fitbit" and you'll come up empty.. We've reached out to Apple for more details …

The Apple years while Steve Jobs was away

As one of the founders of Apple Computer Inc., Steve Jobs became synonymous with the brand. But his relationship with the company wasn't always so hallowed and harmonious. After internal disputes with Apple's board of directors in 1985, Jobs left the company to pursue other projects, including NeXT …

iPhone 6 Lead-Times And Model Mix

I have been tracking Apple’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus lead-times in a number of countries; on Verizon’s, AT&T’s, Sprint’s websites and three of Vodafone’s around the world since Apple and its partners started taking pre-orders on Friday, September 12. I also tracked lead-times for the iPhone 4S, 5, 5c …

Android’s VP of Engineering talks about the luscious Lollipop

Leaves turn colors, friends grow older, and new stores or homes replace old ones. For all intents and purposes, people tend to think of change as something we can see with our eyes, even if it’s just as much that which we can’t. When Google unveiled Android 4.4 last year, more than a few Android …

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