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Understand your sleep patterns with Pillow (50 Essential iOS Apps #35)

Do you ever wake up feeling exhausted, but are sure you slept well the night before? Or found yourself getting that 2:30 feeling a few hours early without any clear explanation? With Pillow for iPhone and Apple Watch, you can get detailed analysis of your sleep. Even better, you can gain insight …

Apps

19 NYC Secrets Even New Yorkers Don't Know

When you're living in a city whose history dates back to the 1600s, every day is an opportunity to discover another mind-blowing piece of historical …

After 100 hours in Tibet, I knew it was time to leave

Writer Pico Iyer understands that by keeping an outer journey short, you can make the inner journey that follows echo across a lifetime.<p>In time, like space, a curious mathematics often takes hold. The fewer things you have in your memory, the more space each one has to reverberate inside you. A …

Beautiful wind turbine trees generate clean energy in urban environments

Often, one of the major complaints about clean energy installations is that they're eye sores. Large wind turbines or solar arrays are considered …

The Coolest Science Stories You May Have Missed in 2015

Not every scientific advance is heralded as a revolutionary breakthrough, because science mostly progresses incrementally. Sure, certain high-profile …

Apple's iPad Pro proves Microsoft was right about the Surface

If you’ve been on the internet at all this week, you probably know that Apple launched a bunch of new devices. But the most shocking announcement wasn’t the new iPhones, redesigned Apple TV or fancy new Hermès watches.<p>It was a version Microsoft’s Surface – or at least something that looks a lot …

Plex is on its way to Apple TV

Apple TV might have just won itself a few more fans. Plex, the popular service for organizing and streaming your personal movie and music collection, is finally coming to Apple's home theater device.<p><b>Read next:</b> The Apple TV review.<p>Co-founder Scott Olechowski confirmed as much to <i>IT World</i> this week …

This startup just raised $81 million to sell your used clothes

The startup then pivoted to swapping kid's clothing — after all, they outgrow it faster — and that got the attention of a few investors.<p>"When we launched in 2009, we were really the first company to try to tackle second hand. It was a crazy idea. Airbnb and all of these companies were using the …

Alex Gibney’s New Documentary Paints An Ambivalent Portrait Of Steve Jobs

Earlier this week, I joined a group of journalists to meet with director Alex Gibney and discuss his new film, <i>Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine —</i> and the first thing he did was put away his iPhone.<p>It was no big deal, but the action took a little extra humor and weight since the documentary is all …

Video on Demand

Helsinki’s free, city-wide Wi-Fi network is faster than your home internet

Many cities offer Wi-Fi hotspots for visitors. Very few local governments, however, offer free, unrestricted, high-speed Wi-Fi, fast enough for streaming video—the sort that makes your paid-for home Wi-Fi look sluggish. And even fewer provide upload speeds on par with download speeds.<p>Yet visit the …

Helsinki

Anti-drunk driving technology won't start the car if you're smashed

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's anti-drunk driving technology won't let you get away with driving sloshed -- it won't even let you start the car. At a recent event, the agency has revealed the prototype of two candidates for the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety …

Apple battles for music listeners in the post-download world

SAN FRANCISCO – Oh, those kids. Some of them don't even know what a music download is.<p>You may have missed this if you're over 20, but the current tussle for consumer ears and their wallets pits Internet services that offer streaming music against the tech giant that a generation ago re-energized …

Tim Cook

Apple Watch Launches in Seven More Countries on June 26, In-Store Sales Begin in Two Weeks

Apple today announced that the Apple Watch will be available for purchase in Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Taiwan on Friday, June 26. The wrist-worn device will be sold through the Apple Store, Apple Online Store and select authorized resellers.<p>Apple also announced …

Interactive Street Art In Italy By Caiffa Cosimo

Caiffa Cosimo, a street artist in Italy, creates clever street art murals that interact with and incorporate their surroundings, seeming to leap off …

The Apple Watch as a fitness device (as written by a runner)

I was supposed to review the Apple Watch. That was the plan, but then, when Engadget had its first chance to test the device, I was on vacation. Specifically, I was in France, where I ran the Paris Marathon, my sixth 26.2-mile race in five years. As it happens, our Editor-in-Chief Michael wrote a …

Transform your home into a futuristic wonderland with these HomeKit gadgets

Almost a year since Apple unveiled its home-automation platform HomeKit, the first compatible products were officially announced today — allowing you to start building that <i>Jetsons</i>-style smart home you’ve always dreamed about, operated via Siri using your iPhone, iPad or even Apple Watch.<p>Among the …

Home Automation

Apple’s HomeKit platform will see first accessories launch next week

The first home automation products using Apple’s new Siri-controlled HomeKit platform will arrive next week, according to sources briefed on Apple’s plans.<p>The company first introduced HomeKit last year alongside iOS 8, introducing a framework for developers to build home automation accessories that …

Project Soli: Google's new experiment to put gesture controls everywhere

Google may have just made every motion controller currently on the market obsolete.<p>At a time when most gesture-sensing technology is unreliable and …

Rosetta: Waking Philae, ESA's sleeping beauty

It was an unhappy ending to a space fairy tale which may yet see its happily ever after.<p>The European Space Agency’s Philae lander hasn’t responded to Rosetta’s pings since it parked in a shady spot on Comet 67P back in November 2014.<p>Philae lander’s last tweet:<p>But as the comet gets closer to the …

Street Art Transforms Morocco's Capital Into A Living Canvas

Read on HuffPost Maghreb<p>Graffiti has been called many things: an urban scourge, a sign of civilization's breakdown, a petty crime.<p>But in Rabat, the city's residents are throwing their arms open to welcome a dizzying array of murals, frescoes and paintings by street artists, infusing the streets of …

GoPro turns focus to drones, virtual reality

GoPro plans to take extreme videos to new extremes with two new future products that will introduce the company into the drone and virtual reality markets.<p>The camera-maker for adventure enthusiasts plans to roll out a six-camera product later this year that is capable of capturing spherical …

Virtual Reality

Turkish border officials 'allowing Syrian asylum seekers to holiday ferries into Greece'

Ferries carrying hundreds of asylum seekers at a time from Turkish mainland to Greece's Aegean islands<p>Turkish border officials are allowing huge numbers of Syrian asylum seekers to cross into Europe on holiday ferries serving the Greek islands, a Telegraph investigation has found.<p>Residents of …

Colourful Murals Look Like Portals to Another Dimension

A German street artist, who is known under his moniker 1010, has created some rather unique artworks on the walls of buildings. The look is achieved …

ONO'U TAHITI GRAFFITI FESTIVAL 2015 - Part 2

Catching up where we left off a week ago (we were too busy on adventures to sit in front of a computer!), we bring you a new round of exclusive …

STREET LIFE | THE BRIDGES OF GRAFFITI AT THE VENICE BIENNALE 2015

May 21, 2015 | Streets<p>While the storied <b>Venice Biennale</b>—now in its 56th year—is a highbrow affair for the art world elite, this season’s simultaneous</i> …

iOS 9 & OS X 10.11 to bring ‘quality’ focus, smaller apps, Rootless security, legacy iPhone/iPad support

For the first time in several years, Apple is changing up its annual iOS and OS X upgrade cycle by limiting new feature additions in favor of a “big focus on quality,” according to multiple sources familiar with the company’s operating system development plans. We first reported in February that …

Cars Are Becoming Devices With Apple Watch Apps

Find your way, your car, or a bus with a tap of your wrist<p>Automotive enthusiasts have been lamenting lately that these kids today don’t want cars; they want devices. That may be true, but there is a way to have both: develop apps for the Apple Watch (and other soon-to-be-sold smart watch platforms) …

Ecocapsules are pint-sized solar and wind-powered micro homes

Ecocapsule is a small, egg-shaped abode that could be the perfect home for someone who wants to let it all go like Elsa and live off the grid. Its roof is decked with 600W solar cells and a built-in 750W wind turbine that store the energy they harness into a high-power battery. The structure's …

There’s still no perfect cloud photo library and Google could fix that

When Apple released Photos for Mac alongside iCloud Photo Library earlier this year, the promise that I’d finally be able to synchronize all my photos from both my iPhone and digital camera across my devices was alluring.<p>I uploaded a chunk of my photography from the last few years – about 40GB …

Apple could include a smart home app in iOS 9

Apple may be planning to release a new app designed to manage its partners' smart home products, which will begin shipping next month. According to <i>9to5Mac</i>, Apple employees are testing versions of iOS 9 that include an app called Home, which allows a user to set up new smart home products, group …