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Samsung: “Our next smartphones will have 64-bit processing functionality”

Advertisement<p>11 Comments<p>In a move that probably surprises no one, Samsung’s mobile business chief Shin Jong-kyun revealed that the company is working …

New Intel chip and T-Mobile LTE comes to the next HP Chromebook 14

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>As expected, HP(s hpq) will update its Chromebook 14 laptop with Intel’s new chips but keep the price at a low $299. The …

This Google Glass baseball app brings real-time game info directly to your face

Google Glass might be the best thing to happen to baseball since Mariano Rivera.<p>Via an app called Blue, Glass can now give baseball fans real-time info as they watch games. The app, which has already been tested on an actual Glass unit during a Giants game at AT&T Park in San Francisco, offers …

Apple: We're Not Storing An Image Of Your Fingerprint On The New iPhone

The new smartphone has a fingerprint sensor built into the home button. It lets you unlock your phone without typing in a passcode. It also lets you download apps and content from iTunes without typing in your password every time.<p>Instead of storing a photo of your fingerprint, the iPhone 5S just …

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Thalmic Labs Gets Two Ex-BlackBerry Execs (Including One Who Just Left) To Help The MYO Armband Succeed

Thalmic Labs has picked up some heavyweight senior talent in its quest to bring the MYO gesture control armband device to market. Both are ex-BlackBerry, and both bring a lot of experience in the management of a consumer devices company, and in the supply chain for producing said devices.<p>Thalmic’s …

New source for regenerative stem cells? Your fat, study suggests

Researchers based at the University of California, Los Angeles announced today that they’ve found an abundant, cheap, easy-to-obtain source of stem cells that could prove to be ideal for regenerating all the basic tissue types of the human body.<p>That source is adipose tissue, or fat.<p>Stem cells were …