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Eyefi links up with IFTTT to manage photo publishing and sharing

Eyefi, known for its popular Mobi wireless camera card and companion cloud sharing service, has announced official integration with IFTTT (If This Then That).<p>Photography enthusiasts who use Eyefi services can tap into IFTTT as a quick way to wirelessly transfer and automatically sync new images to …

Apple officially holding event September 9th: 'wish we could say more'

Get ready for the iPhone 6 and the iWatch<p>Well this is cryptic. Apple has confirmed that it's holding an event in Cupertino on September 9th, complete with a typically confusing-but-also-probably-revealing tagline: "wish we could say more."<p>We're expecting at least one new iPhone, potentially an …

Regular Pilots Can Now Have Superhuman Augmented Reality Fighter Pilot Vision

Military pilots wear expensive displays that show them relevant flight data as they scan the skies. Now a startup is brining the tech to the masses.<p>When driving a car, it’s easy to assess your surroundings–the road is visible, the other vehicles on the road are visible, the bumps are (usually) …

How 'Google Science' could transform academic publishing

Google is allegedly working on a free, open access platform for the research, collaboration and publishing of peer-reviewed scientific journals.<p>At …

Intel wants to track Parkinson's patients using wearables

It's not hard to find a wearable device that can track your activity at all hours of the day, but aggregating that data from large groups of people has proven to be a more difficult task. So much so that a number of big technology companies including Apple, Samsung, and Google are now trying to …

Dropbox’s Mailbox for iOS updated with new languages, support for opening Passbook, printing, more

The popular Dropbox-owned email client Mailbox received a notable update today bringing a list of new supported languages as well as additional features.<p>In addition to English, Mailbox is now translated into the following languages: Chinese (both Simplified and Traditional), Danish, Dutch, French, …

Thousands Of People Oblivious To Fact That Anyone On The Internet Can Access Their Computers

There are technologists who specialize in “scanning the Internet.” They are like a search team making its way through a neighborhood, but instead of checking the knob of every door, they check Internet entrances to online devices to see which ones are open. These people have been screaming for some …

Apple poaches medical-tech accelerator cofounder as it grows health-tech efforts

Last week’s iOS 8 update was a strong hint that Apple is serious about becoming an important player in health tech.<p>Yesterday, rumored hire Divya Nag made her employment at Apple official on LinkedIn. Nag’s profile says she has been working on “special projects” at Apple since April, although her …

Apple halts use of two harmful chemicals in iPhone assembly

Benzene and n-hexane are chemicals thought to cause cancer and nerve damage, and they both have been used in the final assembly of Apple's iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Mac computers -- until now.<p>The tech giant announced Wednesday that it is banning the use of benzene and n-hexane in the final …

Wearables of the future may use reflected WiFi signals to communicate

Let's face it: our gadgets are growing smaller and smarter by the way, and making sure they've got enough power to get us through a day or two is no small feat. That problem wasn't lost on a team of researchers from UCLA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory -- they've spent the last two years cooking …

Survey suggests iPhone 6 could be Apple’s most desired handset yet

The idea that the forthcoming iPhone 6 (expected to be unveiled September 9) is the most anticipated refresh of Apple’s smartphone in ages was given further credibility by a recent survey by financial firm R.W. Baird.<p>Quizzing 1,000 residents surveyed in July, 6.8 percent of respondees said that …

Here's What Apple Teaches Employees In Its Ultra-Secretive Internal Training Program

The second rule of Apple University is you don't talk about Apple University.<p>Unless, of course, you're the New York Times, which recently got a glimpse inside the tech giant's internal training program with the help of unnamed sources. The program is similar to Google's forward-thinking curriculum, …

Beats Music “Listen Now” feature starts rolling out to Shazam iOS app

Users of the Shazam iOS application have begun noticing that Shazam is testing a new “Listen Now” feature with the Apple-owned Beats Music streaming service. Like it does with iTunes Radio, Spotify, and Rdio, this feature allows a user to tag a song with Shazam and then instantly play it in Beats …

Shout Is A Real-Time Classifieds App That Lets You Exchange Anything

Craigslist has come to be known as a modern take on the classifieds section of a newspaper, but Zachariah Reitano and Henri Stern want to go further and provide a real-time exchange service. That’s where Shout comes in.<p>Shout is a real-time classifieds app that lets individuals exchange anything …

4 Essential Steps To Take When Moving To A Hybrid Cloud

Some tech terms are a little hard to define. Take “hybrid cloud,” for example. To someone who’s unfamiliar with the concept, the term might sound like a storm that’s raining down binary code. Soon, however, organizations will need to not only define but also evaluate and embrace the hybrid …

LEAKED: Google's Next Major Smartphone May Come With A Screen That's Bigger And Sharper Than The iPhone

The new phone, which some are speculating to be called the Nexus 6, will reportedly feature a 5.2-inch display with a super high resolution of 2560 x 1440, according to specifications spotted by PhoneArena.<p>This is about the same size as the Galaxy S5 and the same resolution as the new LG G3. …

Open data and driverless buses: how London transport heads to the future

When 19th-century engineers decided their new-fangled locomotives could be driven underground beneath London's crowded streets, they began a tradition for technological innovation that the capital's transport system has never lost.<p>Today the cutting edge has moved from steam to cyber, but the …

The Best Photo-Sharing Sites

Digital cameras and smartphones mean that most of us have a ton of photos scattered everywhere, from phones and computer hard drives to Facebook and …

Apps

Google testing new interface for Hangouts, code-named Ultra Violet

If a new report from Florian Kiersch proves correct, Google is testing out a new Hangouts experience code-named Ultra Violet. Reportedly the new experience includes several visual changes such as Facebook-esque Chatheads floating icons. While the images above come from Hangouts for desktop (via a …

Dash’s Smart Driving App Arrives On iPhone

The Dash smart driving assistant that made its debut earlier this year on Android has launched on iPhone answering one of the most frequently heard requests from its users. The Dash app, which is backed by Techstars New York, connects to any ODB-II dongle that you can get for your car (most cars …

Stroke Patients Improve After Stem Cell Therapy

In a first of its kind, a stem cell therapy has shown promising results in the treatment of strokes in humans.<p>Previous research has shown that the …

iSensor HD Home Security Camera System With Panning Feature (video)

Anyone in the market for a new home or office security camera system might like to give this new iSensor HD IP security system more investigation.<p>The …

New Now TV Sky Sports Week Pass Launches For £10.99

Sky has today announced that its launched a brand-new Now TV Sky Sports Week Pass which provides access to all seven Skype Sports channels for seven …

How Bionic Ears Have Changed People’s Lives

The first time Sarah Churman "heard" her own voice, she was 29 years old. She grinned, laughed, and launched into tears.<p>"I don't want to hear myself cry," she said, covering her mouth. Soon came this observation, "my laughter sounds so loud!"<p>Sarah Churman was born deaf and the day she first heard …

This Android-Powered 'Smart Helmet' With GPS And Rearview Camera Raised Over $600,000 In One Day

The Skully AR-1 is beautifully designed and built around Google's Android operating system, according to Android Police.<p>This integration allows for more high-tech features, including a transparent heads-up display (HUD), wide-angled rearview camera, and turn-based GPS navigation.<p>The helmet has …

Watch This Teen Age From 12 To 19 In Just Over A Minute

Ever wondered how much your face ages in a day, or a year, or even over the course of seven years? Well, 19-year-old Hugo Cornellier has the answer -- and the video to prove it.<p>From age 12 to 19, Hugo took a selfie every single day, resulting in what is most likely the coolest 1 minute and 34 …

4SeTV will let you watch four live TV shows at the same time

4SeTV wants to launch a box that will help you watch four different TV shows at the same time. That lets you multitask like never before when it comes to viewing your television shows.<p>The company is launching a Kickstarter campaign on Aug. 19, and it is revealing a new piece of its business model. …

Acer's New Chromebook Goes Where Windows PCs Won't

If you try to buy a laptop for around $400 these days, something weird happens.<p>You’ll find lots of lightweight notebooks with 11-inch or smaller …

Batteries

7 Tricks to Make Email Less Overwhelming | Entrepreneur.com

3 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>The average person spends up to 28 percent of his workweek going through emails.<p>That probably seems pretty marginal for some, but if you add on the extra workload that accompanies being an entrepreneur, you can imagine that the …

Productivity

Now Polaroid Is Trying To Compete With GoPro

The Polaroid Cube features a 124° wide-angled lens for capturing 1080p HD video, and the water resistant and shockproof housing means you can use the Cube just like you would a GoPro. There's even a magnet in the camera's base for attaching it to metal objects.<p>The Cube is tiny, just 35mm tall, and …