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Developer finds a way to make Android Wear work with his iPhone

If you have an iPhone and want to use Android Wear, you're pretty much out of luck. Google has hinted in the past that it might bring iOS on board, but if you can't wait you'll be glad to hear that one popular Android developer has found a way to make it <i>kinda</i> work. Mohammad Abu-Garbeyyeh, better …

Eddie Redmayne wins best actor Oscar for portrayal of Stephen Hawking

Eddie Redmayne won the award for best actor in a leading role at the 2015 Oscars for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in <i>The Theory of Everything</i>. Redmayne has long been considered a front-runner to win this award. Much of Redmayne's performance required him to act with limited mobility as he …

Frosty Slopes on Mars

This image of an area on the surface of Mars, approximately 1.5 by 3 kilometers in size, shows frosted gullies on a south-facing slope within a …

Engineers are working for free to make Elon Musk's Hyperloop a reality

Nobody laughs much at Elon Musk anymore, but plenty of people snickered at his Hyperloop idea (okay, also the killer robot thing). To remind you, the Hyperloop is a series of underground trains powered by compressed air that transport folks between cities in tubes at around Mach I. While that may …

Enter the tech-powered playground of the future

There are playmats where you build the roads in seconds, a ballpit where the balls are as big as you, and a drawing-board where your doodles come to life. This is Team Lab's "Theme Park of the Future" .. but it isn't really a theme park. It's an attempt to bring projection mapping, motion gestures …

A folding electric bike that fits in a bag? Impossible

If there's one area of technology that seems permanently mired in the '70s, it's that of the fold-up bicycle. In fact, the last innovation we can recall is Sir Clive Sinclair's A-Bike from 2006, but it's still big enough to be difficult to carry around. That's what inspired the folks at Impossible …

A tiny island might have the world's first 5G network, whatever that is

Wikimedia<p>As we have discussed in the past, a number of companies are rushing their 5G technology without any idea what 5G means nor the ability to currently provide solid 4G speeds. Some are even marketing that they currently offer 5G speeds when they are barely able to offer 4G speeds, if that. …

Customize the look of your Moto 360 with the SteelConnect M

The Moto 360 features a small selection of straps to customize your smartwatch, but it’s hardly an extensive set of choices for the fashion concious. If you’re looking for a wider variety of options you might be interested in SteelConnect.<p>The company already has a product ready for the Pebble …

OnePlus One crosses 500,000 sales mark, aims to hit 1 million by end of 2014

At the Web Summit in Dublin, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei announced that the vendor crossed 500,000 sales of the OnePlus One. The new target is 1 …

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Steve Jobs memorial dismantled in Russia because of Tim Cook's sexuality

After Steve Jobs died in 2011, a Russian holding company called the West European Financial Union (or ZEFS, in Russian) erected a big, iPhone-shaped memorial statue that told visitors about Jobs' life outside a St. Petersburg college. An innocuous tribute, no? Nothing about the memorial itself was …

ASUS' ROG G751 review: a properly oversized gaming laptop

So, you noticed that NVIDIA has trotted out its latest GPU architecture and you're wondering if you should retire your old gaming laptop for something with a little more... pep. You aren't alone. Every time NVIDIA downsizes its flagship GPUs for the notebooks, manufacturers flood the market with …

Bluesmart smart carry on brings luggage into the 21st century

It is, admittedly, a little weird to think about a suitcase as being technology-enabled. In a world where leaving cell phones and tablets on in …

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It's official: Lenovo owns Motorola

The cash has been handed over, the contracts are signed and the lawyers are sipping champagne, which can only mean that Lenovo's deal to buy Motorola has been completed. The purchase makes Lenovo the world's third-largest smartphone maker, and the Chinese company has been quick to promise not to …

NASA's Messenger captures first photos of ice on Mercury

It's easy to assume, that finding ice on the first rock from the sun, would be like finding a snowflake in a furnace (it can reach 800 degrees Fahrenheit after all). But, you'd be wrong. And NASA's long had radar and photographic proof (just nothing in the visual range) that water ice did exist on …

64-bit Android L developer preview emulator now available

Android devices with full 64-bit support have slowly begun to flow to the market, with many more due in the new year. In preparation, Google has launched the 64-bit Android L developer preview emulator, so devs can start testing their 64-bit apps.<p>This is great news for those that want to eek the …

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Cute Overloads on Twitter: "happiness ☺️ http://t.co/nuXBrztUnw"

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Laboratory-grown penises will be available in five years, say researchers

No snark here, dear readers: We sincerely hope you never lose a body part, especially not a reproductive organ. In the event that <i>do</i> you suffer a terrible accident, or if you were born with some kind of abnormality, there's a team of researchers dedicated to making sure patients not only recover …

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Poll: Is a 6-inch Nexus just too damn big?

It's taken a while, but we now have the first mocked-up images of what the rumored Motorola Nexus phone will looks like, along with a purported spec …

'Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor' turned me into a 'Lord of the Rings' fan

<i>Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor</i> is a game that aims to fill a gap in the series' mythos, telling a story that serves as a bridge between <i>The Hobbit</i> and <i>The Fellowship of the Ring</i>. It also features just about everything we've come to expect from a big action-adventure game: you can climb up buildings …

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Lazer's Cappuccino turns your bike helmet into a lock

It's not uncommon for recreational cyclists to stop at a sidewalk cafe after a long ride, and sit outside near their bike while sipping their drink. …

VMware, NVIDIA turn Chromebooks into powerful cloud computers

Just like music, video and file sharing, the future of powerful computing could be based on the cloud. Only when we truly harness the power of the cloud will we be able to use the most resource-hungry and graphic-intense applications in affordable computers with modest specs.<p>VMware, NVIDIA and …

Wireless charger uses ultrasound to power your phone from across the room

We first came across uBeam's unusual wireless charging technology three years ago, at the <i>All Things D</i> Science Fair, where the fledgling company was only just introducing its creation to the public. Today, the company's finally ready for a big move forward -- uBeam co-founder Meredith Perry just …

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