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Samsung SSD T3 Review : USB-C drive in a tiny metal package

We’d been on the lookout for a handy companion for our USB-C-toting smartphones and laptops and – what do you know? Samsung busts one out. This is …

Here are all the commercials that ran during the Super Bowl, in order

There were some clear stand-outs, and a few ads t hat didn't go down too well with the tens of millions of viewers watching the game.<p>There were 71 national ads in total (Many more ads aired during the game, but these were bought on a regional — and far cheaper — basis.) Re-watch your favorites.

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Dictionary.com updates free and premium Android apps with new features

The Dictionary.com free and premium apps for Android have both been updated to version 5.0 in the Google Play Store. Both versions include a visual …

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Nest’s Fadell: Being at Google doesn’t make us a slave to data

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Credit: Jakub Mosur<p>When Google acquired home automation company Nest Labs in January, more than a few people wondered how …

Galaxy Note 4 review: Samsung’s new aluminum construction makes a big difference

Advertisement<p>3 Comments<p>Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 comes out this Friday. It’s the fourth generation of the phone that first defined the “phablet” — the …

WhoSampled for Android Reveals Remixes, Samples & Covers

London-based startup WhoSampled answers music’s most frustrating question, as we wrote back in 2009: Where <i>DO</i> I recognize that song from?<p>In a nutshell, the service scans the music on your device to tell you who has sampled, remixed and covered each song. And now, two years after it arrived for …

11 Products You Used To Love That Apple Has Quietly Killed

The largest size was 160GB, and could hold 40,000 songs. And fans of the device took the news pretty hard.<p>But this wasn't the first time that Apple quietly killed older products when new products were announced.

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How Stress is Slowly Killing You (And How to Avoid it) | Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement

Let me guess…<p>You clicked on this article because your guilty conscience is telling you that you stress too much.<p>And you’re worried that all this …

Hate reading slowly? Spritz aims to allow people to read 1,000 words per minute

If you ever wanted to read “A Game of Thrones,” odds are you were put off by the sheer number of pages each book in the series contains. For example, …

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Facebook shifts its algorithm to fight clickbait. Will it kill off Upworthy and Buzzfeed?

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Facebook has changed its news feed algorithm for the millionth time. In this instance, the victim isn’t spam or games — it’s …

World-record 43 Tbps data transfer speed set by Danish researchers

Using a new type of optical fiber, researchers at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have transmitted data over a single optical fiber at a …

Android Weekly: top 8 Android stories this week

This week in your world of Android: Google I/O brought us Android Wear, Android Auto, Android TV, and a preview of Android L release, Android One was announced as a way to bring more smartphones to developing countries, Chrome OS and the Chromecast got some big new features, we learned that Nexus …

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RIP Flash: Why HTML5 Will Finally Take Over Video and Web in 2014

<i>Erika Trautman is the CEO of Rapt Media.</i><p>Cassette tapes, 8-tracks, and … Flash. All three of these mediums need a player to work, and all three mediums are either dead or dying. Just as CDs replaced tapes as a more efficient means of playing music, and digital files replaced CDs to do the same, …

This App Can Help You Read Up to 1,000 Words a Minute

Who says the Internet is making us less effective readers? Spritz, a new app that’s being released on Samsung devices, is devoted to turning you into …

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Cart of the day: Driverless cars are coming!

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CyanogenMod's Screencast Beta Lands in Google Play

Android device owners can now get their hands on CyanogenMod’s screencasting tool after the beta version came to the Google Play Store.<p>As you’d expect with anything from CyanogenMod there are a few stipulations to pass through: users must first install the CM nightly build for their device, then …

The IT triangle strategy for evaluating enterprise tech startups

Advertisement<p>6 Comments<p>There have been plenty of blog posts on why enterprise startups are “hot,” but enterprise startups can range from cloud …

The Cable Industry is Imploding: What Providers Must Do to Stay Alive

Cable is dying of a slow, drawn out death.<p>It’s not at the hands of Netflix, nor at the hands of fiber optic technology. It’s not even at the hands of the Internet. Cable is strangling itself with its own wires.<p>Before we get to cable’s end, let’s start at its beginning. Cable companies thrive …

Cloud To Dominate Data Center Traffic Within The Year, Cisco Study Predicts

Cloud traffic will represent more than two-thirds of global data center traffic by 2017 and will have grown more than fourfold from 2012 to 2017. Already, cloud-based traffic is poised to comprise the majority of traffic within the next few months.<p>That’s the conclusion of the latest, and third …

These are the worst of times for technology

<i>Time for a new Foundry Group video. If you want the backstory, go take a look at the post Foundry Group Announces Major Shift In Investment Strategy. If you just want a break from reality and hopefully a few laughs in the process, enjoy.</i><p><i>The video has more than 100 easter eggs referring to either</i> …

As Google’s revenue grows 12 percent, Page says he’d love to spend more on moonshots

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Google (S GOOG) under co-founder Larry Page has become known for its crazy moonshot projects: Self-driving cars, Google Glass, …