Ian Estabillo

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10 National Parks to See Before You Die

Originally Published on on CNTraveler.com<p>Our national parks are overwhelming in every way -- in number, in size, in their capacity to inspire wonder. And the question remains: Which one will you see next? For the following introduction to, and celebration of, our nation's greatest natural …

National Parks

Facebook 'accidentally' launches Snapchat clone

Facebook "accidentally" launched a new app developed to rival Snapchat earlier than planned today, before quickly removing it from the App Store<p>Facebook "accidentally" launched a new app developed to rival Snapchat earlier than planned today, before quickly removing it from the App Store.<p>The …

iOS 8 features split-screen apps support, developer says

The company didn't announce the feature at WWDC, but a developer has discovered the feature in code.<p>iOS 8, the next iteration of Apple's mobile operating system, may come with side-by-side app support after all.<p>App developer Steve Troughton-Smith tweeted Monday that Apple's iOS 8 software …

Apps

Apple's iOS 8 Could Help You Find Your Car

One of the more obscure discoveries reveals that Apple has been working on a way to make it easier to find your parked car.<p>Assets nestled within the iOS 8 beta show purple parking pin icons for both iPhone and iPad, suggesting that Apple will drop a parking pin when you park you car, enabling you …

iPhone

Apple starts banning apps that reward video views and social sharing

With revamped policies in the iOS 8 App Store, <i>Candy Crush</i> and other apps that reward you for social sharing could soon be booted. Apps that provide users incentives for sharing on social networks aren't the only ones to violate Apple's latest terms and conditions for developers; those that provide …

Move Over 3-D Printing, The Future Is Objects That Morph And Shift Shape

We’re a long way from Ikea bookcases that put themselves together, but the idea of having programmable, self-assembled “4-D printed” objects isn’t as far off as you think.<p>Airplane wings that change form in response to air pressure and temperature. Flat-pack furniture that self-assembles when you …

3D Printing

Google's flight search can now send you on random journeys

Google Flight Search is fine if you already have a destination in mind, but what if you simply want to sate your wanderlust? That's where a new "I'm Feeling Lucky" button comes into play. Hit that and the search tool will suggest a random place to go; if you're not feeling quite <i>that</i> spontaneous, …

Google buying Skybox Imaging

ACQUISITIONS<p>Google buys Skybox Imaging<p>Google is buying Skybox Imaging in a deal that could serve as a launching pad for the Internet company to send its own fleet of satellites to take aerial pictures and provide online access to remote areas of the world.<p>The $500 million acquisition announced …

Imaging

Inside FBI's massive cybercrime bust

Computer hacker forums lit up last week as Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and police in 17 countries began knocking on doors, seizing computers and making arrests.<p>On the popular websites where cyber criminals buy and sell software kits and help each other solve problems, hackers issued …

Half of American adults hacked this year

Hackers have exposed the personal information of 110 million Americans -- roughly half of the nation's adults -- in the last 12 months alone.<p>That massive number, tallied for CNNMoney by Ponemon Institute researchers, is made even more mind-boggling by the amount of hacked accounts: up to 432 …

How the NSA can 'turn on' your phone remotely

Even if you power off your cell phone, the U.S. government can turn it back on.<p>That's what ex-spy Edward Snowden revealed in last week's interview with NBC's Brian Williams. It sounds like sorcery. Can someone truly bring your phone back to life without touching it?<p>No. But government spies can get …