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Hillary Clinton Will Turn Over Personal Email Server to Justice Department

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has directed that her private server be turned over to the Department of Justice as part of a continuing …

Hillary Clinton

goTenna Connecting Device Even When There’s no Wi-Fi, Satellites, or Cell Towers

<b>goTenna</b> keeps you connected with your group even when there’s no WiFi, no satellites, no cell towers. Simply pair this device with your smartphone, …

Arcus Motion Analyzer Ring Provides You with Real Time Feedback of Your Performance

Arcus Motion has released a crowdfunding campaign for their latest creation: <b>Arcus Motion Analyzer Ring</b>. It’s a wearable technology in form of a ring …

Jawbone Reveals Total Up Users Awoken by Napa Earthquake

A magnitude six earthquake shook the Napa Valley and Northern California on Sunday, damaging buildings and disrupting power. Jawbone, creator of the Up fitness tracker, today released data revealing the number of users who were woken up in the middle of the night.<p>The graph (below) visualizes the …

Moto 360 review: It's the best Android Wear watch, but that isn't saying much

When it comes to wearables, fashion trumps function. That's the mantra Motorola went by when it designed and developed the Moto 360, and judging by the enthusiastic response the watch received when it was unveiled earlier this year, plenty of people agree. The Moto 360 is undoubtedly the …

Google reveals first functional Project Ara prototype (for real this time)

Google's Project Ara has reached an important milestone.<p>A new video shows off the most advanced prototype of the modular smartphone yet— one that …

For $29, this wearable has ‘no display, no lights, no gimmicks’ — but it could be indispensible

Bob Olodort spent years working as a consulting designer for Samsung, in the years before the iPhone turned the phone industry upside down.<p>Four times a year, he’d visit Samsung headquarters in South Korea to present a handful of elegant, innovative phone designs that he had created, each one …

The iPad Is Dying? Long Live The iPhab!

On Black Friday, nearly everyone sold out of Apple’s iPad online and finding one at a retailer in the San Francisco Bay Area at least became a near impossible task. In the meantime, those lucky enough to obtain a good deal on one could fire it up and read this on <i>Business Insider</i>: “Proof That The …

TZOA is a wearable that tells you where to find clean air

Some mornings, you wake up, walk outside and breathe in a hearty lungful of dirty, smog-heavy air. It's almost tasteless, but it can still wreak havoc on your respiratory conditions. What if you could avoid those nasty, unseen pockets of nasty air? That's sort of the idea behind the TZOA, a …

I tried on 56 wearables today. Here’s a photo of every single one of them

I just tried on every single wearable I could find at CES 2015, and yes, I’m freaking exhausted.<p>The total count (so far) totals to 56 wearables across every category you can think of, from clip-on trackers to full-fledged Android and Linux-powered wrist computers. Heck, I even wore a smart …

30-Under-30er's Google Glass For Doctors Startup Raises $16 Million

Google Glass startup Augmedix announced today that it has closed a $16 million Series A funding round, bringing its total funding up to $23 million.<p>Augmedix – whose cofounder, Pelu Tran, was featured on this year’s 30 Under 30 list for healthcare — is a service for doctors that automates the …

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3D printing technique will put electronics into just about everything

You can use 3D printing to make a handful of electronics, such as antennas and batteries, but LEDs and semiconductors have been elusive; you usually need some other manufacturing technique to make them work, which limits what they can do and where they'll fit. A team of Princeton researchers …

Grab Your Cameras, We Are Little Brother

Dystopian futures have always imagined governments oppressing us with surveillance. Under the all-seeing, all-hearing eyes and ears of Big Brother, free will is curtailed and only “approved” behavior is allowed. Edward Snowden revealed this was no conspiracy theory, and we wouldn’t have to wait for …

The Best Programming Languages Every Beginner Should Learn

But, as is the case with any new skill, it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are a few steps you should take early on and programming languages that are best-suited for beginners.<p>"Drag and drop" programming is a basic technique that allows you to build code by dragging and dropping …

New & notable: 8 high-tech home-security gadgets

In our high-tech world, keeping your home fully protected is easier than it's ever been. Vastly more sophisticated than those blaring door alarms of …