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Github releases Atom, a text-editor for coders

Github today took the wraps off a new text editor named Atom. The company has been working on Atom for over six years and has made the new editor available as part of an invite-only beta program.<p>In a post announcing the new editor today, Github said that Atom began as an experiment and quickly …

Google’s first Ara developers kits and conference are coming soon

Developers interested in creating their own features for Google’s Ara customizable phone project will soon get their chance: the company revealed …

Google Didn't offer to Acquire WhatsApp

In the days that followed Facebook’s gargantuan $19bn WhatsApp acquisition, some argued that Facebook didn’t bid enough, while others said that the mobile messaging app was far from formidable. But one other interesting nugget emerged from the affair – apparently Facebook had blindsided Google to …

The $25 smartphone is as limited as its price suggests

Has the specs of the original iPhone, but lacks the user experience to match<p>At this year's Mobile World Congress, Mozilla is pushing its self-appointed mission to create a truly affordable smartphone with the demonstration of a $25 proof of concept device. Built by chip partner Spreadtrum, it runs …

Dual-lens smartphone cameras are coming, and this is why we want one

One camera. Two separate lenses. That's the conundrum raised by leaked images of HTC's forthcoming M8 smartphone, which is rumored to bring some interesting new imaging features that go far beyond mere 3D. But what could those features be? For an answer, we turned to a startup called Corephotonics, …

New Jersey slaps MIT Bitcoin hackers with subpoena — and they’re fighting back

The MIT students behind Bitcoin mining program Tidbit won the “most innovative” award at a recent hackathon.<p>But they will soon face a ruling from another kind of judge: one employed by the state of New Jersey.<p>In early December, a few weeks after the hackathon, the New Jersey division of consumer …

Dyson wants to build domestic robots that 'see and think' like we do

The British company invested £5 million in a robotic vision lab in London<p>Is Dyson readying its own take on the autonomous Roomba vacuum cleaner? The British appliance company has invested £5 million pounds (about $8.2 million dollars) in a new robotic vision laboratory at Imperial College in …

Drones kill civilians using NSA data, Greenwald's new site 'The Intercept' reports

Journalist who broke NSA story files first report for Pierre Omidyar<p>The NSA's surveillance programs are often used to help carry out drone strikes on targets, according to a new report, and sometimes there are unintended victims. An anonymous former drone operator for Joint Special Operations …

Sony is the brand of choice for criminals

For the past fifteen years, Sony's portable radios have dominated a very specific market: the federal prison. One specific model, the SRF-39FP (the 'FP' stands for 'federal prison'), remains a firm favorite 15 years after its debut. It's made out of clear plastic, allowing guards to ensure the …

Silver nanowire sensors could be the flexible foundation for new wearables

A clear, bandage-like sensor could eventually make everything from fabrics to our fingers smart. Dr. Yong Zhu and a team of North Carolina State University researchers created an ultra-thin, flexible sensor that could be used in clothing, on the body, any in other ordinary objects to track things …

Mozilla is testing the first Firefox OS tablet prototype

The US might not see it immediately, but the world will soon get its first Firefox OS tablet. Mozilla has begun testing its browser-based operating system on tablets and has developed its own tablet prototype. Currently Firefox OS runs on smartphones and may eventually power smart television …

Palette modular controller adds dials and switches to your computer

Whether it's a touchscreen, keyboard, or mouse, there are plenty of ways to interact with your computer, but sometimes you need something a little more tactile. Enter Palette, described as a "freeform hardware interface," that lets you create a custom controller with a variety of switches, dials, …

I am the interface

Asteroids barreled towards Earth from every direction, and my only defense was my eyes. I looked at one asteroid. I looked at another. Boom. Boom. Lasers from Earth had blown them into smithereens. And I didn’t lift a finger.<p>At CES 2014, a dozen or more companies are vying to track your arms, legs, …

Closing Windows: Microsoft and its platforms are nowhere to be found at CES

For over a decade, Microsoft was the dominant presence at CES. But since pulling out of the show in 2013, the company has faded almost completely from view this year: the biggest Microsoft story at CES 2014 is that first-choice CEO candidate Alan Mulally has declined the job.<p>Since it’s not at the …

Articles about 7 innovations 2014 international ces part one on Dwell.com - Dwell

There's definitely something for everyone at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and this year we spied practical advances in...<p>Jenny Wu, a partner at Oyler Wu Collaborative, documents the process from design through fabrication of their latest...<p>Babies happen. They can even happen in a modern home.<p>…

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Ivee Sleek is a voice assistant that controls your connected home via WiFi

By this point, most of us are accustomed to being able to talk to our laptops and phones to get them to do what we want (some of the time, at least). Now, Ivee Sleek is here to give you the same control over all those WiFi-equipped lightbulbs, thermostats and door locks we've been seeing lately. …

Behold the First Ever Image of a Planet and Its Star Over 63 Light Years Away

Although it might not seem like much, the photo above might just be the most extraordinary image you have ever seen. Not because of crazy high …

50 Cent looks back on four years of CES

CES is full of celebrities, but 50 Cent is actually here as a company founder. When weather diverted his flight from New York to Detroit, he ended up spending 12 hours in the airport, flying to Los Angeles, and driving four hours to get to Las Vegas. He does interviews, meetings, and booth …

Spec Sheet: the sights and sounds of audio at CES 2014

There's no one-size-fits-all for audio. From different listening habits to different uses to different room sizes, listeners' differences have made plenty of room for strange speaker shapes and brilliant audio solutions to find their place at CES and on the market. We're looking across some of the …

New Tactus Case Concept Brings A Disappearing Keyboard To The iPad

It was about this time last year that Tactus — the company behind the amazing disappearing touchscreen keyboard — really started making a name for itself. So what does a buzzy company do to top its previous showing at the world’s biggest consumer tech show? In Tactus’ case it quietly showed off yet …

How HP could reshape itself and the 3D printing market

In the basement of HP’s Palo Alto research lab, there’s a five-foot-tall machine that will soon evolve into the company’s first real product for the …

This Credit Card Startup Has A Way To Thwart Target-Style Hacking

Look into the future a moment and imagine Christmas shopping 2014. Target offers a great deal on a perfect gift. At the register, you recall that someone stole 40 million credit card numbers from the retailer in late 2013. Then, you as flick your fingerprint across the front of the biometric reader …

Intel to Push “Dual OS” Android-Windows Computers at CES, Reports Says

We’ve seen a few dual-booting devices in the past. Most notably there was Samsung’s hard-to-find ATIV Q, which runs a full version of Android inside …

Why TV News is a Waste of Human Effort: One Example Worth a Trillion Dollars

LG G Flex Leaked with AT&T, T-Mobile Branding

It’s been a while since the LG G Flex first leaked back in October, and over a month since the device launched in a few select Asian markets. Now, …

The Landscape Photographer’s Guide

This is a new book designed for anyone who wants to explore the world of landscape photography, either as a casual hobby or as a more serious …

Landscape Photography

Watch the intricate dance of objects levitated by sound

Just as loud noises can make small objects jitter on a table, powerful acoustic vibrations can lift things like toothpicks or water droplets into mid-air. Rather than just letting them levitate, though, researchers from the University of Tokyo and Nagoya Institute of Technology set tiny particles …

5 Smart Home Companies to Watch in 2014

If 2013 was the year smart home became sexy again, 2014 is the year it will go mass market.<p>And while service providers with managed home services are a big part of why smart home is reaching a wider audience, here are some other interesting companies helping to lead the charge in 2014.<p><b>Revolv</b><p>A few …