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Instagram enables shopping feature

​<p>Instagram, the online photo sharing social networking service will let shoppers shop on Instagram.<p>Users browses product images to review the look …

Mophie’s charging case is a no-brainer for wireless earbud owners

Being synonymous with a particular product category is a mixed blessing. Mophie is undoubtedly the best-known name in the battery case business, but the company has been keen to distance itself from the space a bit — or, at the very least, let it be known that it has more to offer the world.<p>Mophie …

Microsoft's redesigned Paint app for Windows 10 looks awesome

Microsoft is building a Windows 10 version of its famous Paint tool. While the software maker has barely updated Paint in recent releases of Windows, the new Paint app will be completely overhauled. Twitter user WalkingCat has discovered video demonstrations of the new app, and it's clearly …

Verizon will soon use drones to blanket cellular service in areas during emergency disasters

Forget more cell towers, Verizon is banking on airborne radios to offer extra 4G LTE coverage.<p>Over the past two years, the company has been working on a new initiative called Airborne LTE Operations, or ALO, which basically means it will be outfitting drones with 4G radios so that they can beam …

Facebook may launch its ‘free’ Internet app Free Basics in US

You may not know this, but Facebook has an app called Free Basics. It essentially allows users to access certain websites for free such as Facebook, job listings, and medical websites. It’s already available through carriers in more than 40 countries, and quite recently, it got Facebook into a bit …

SeaBubbles wants to be the Uber for waterborne transportation

Future water taxi service may be coming to Paris<p>When our streets become too congested, why not take to the open water to get around? SeaBubbles is a startup that aims to revolutionize waterborne transportation through fleets of sleek, hydrofoil-equipped shuttles designed to make city travel more …

Everything Google announced at today's Pixel hardware event

Kicking off the show at its hardware launch, Google CEO Sundar Pichai touted the shift from mobile to artificial intelligence that allowed for two-way conversation and natural dialogue. He described Google’s desire to build an ‘individual Google’ for each user before detailing some interesting AI …

Google Home

Take pictures by blinking with Blincam on your glasses

A team in Japan has made hands-free photography simpler than ever -- at least, for people who wear glasses.<p>The Blincam is a camera that attaches to specs and takes pictures when you blink -- finally giving you a legitimate reason to wink at everyone and everything.<p>It operates its shutter when it …

Augmented Reality

Skype no longer supporting Windows Phone or older Android versions

Microsoft is making some changes to its Skype app going forward, and it may end up making some Android and Windows Phone users frustrated. Today, Microsoft announced it would continue to support Skype across iOS 8, Android 4.03 and Windows 10 Mobile, but is ceasing support for those using Windows …

Windows Phone

Facebook Messenger hits 1 billion monthly active users

Messenger joins Facebook's flagship app, as well as the Facebook-owned WhatsApp, in hitting the milestone.<p>Four years after it released as its own …

KickassTorrents is offline and its (alleged) founder arrested

If you’re a KickassTorrent user, you’ll have to find another means to torrent media. Its alleged leader has been arrested and the site is now offline.<p>Reaching all the way to Poland, the US has arrested 30 year old Artem Vaulin and charged him with two separate counts of criminal copyright …

U.S. Department of Justice

Why You Should Never Email a Social Security Number

Tax season is officially in the rear view, which means most of us are breathing a sigh of relief. But some of us remain anxious. It’s not about the …

Your Android smartphone will get rid of passwords this year

Project Abacus will use the phone's sensors to gather data about the person using it. Your typing patterns, walking gait, location, and face could all be matched against information Google knows about you.<p>The machine intelligence will calculate a "trust score" based on that data, determining how …

Your FitBit knows when you’re pregnant before you do

When a gadget seems to be broken, our first instinct is to often head to a forum or contact tech support for help. One man recently turned to Reddit when his wife’s FitBit seemed to not be operating properly and got a big surprise: He’s going to be a dad.<p>In the post, Reddit user YoungPTone …

Hands On With The 3Doodler Start, A $39 Kid-Friendly 3D-Printing Pen

It’s hard to believe, but 3Doodler launched the popular Kickstarter for its first plastic-extruding pen almost three years ago. Now, the company is back with the 3Doodler Start, a kid-friendly version of the device that boasts a safe-to-touch design with no hot points and a new eco-plastic material …

Your next apartment could come with a 'smart lock' installed

Instead, Latch is making its first smart door lock available to real estate developers, so that apartments will come fully equipped with the high-tech entry system. Because Latch is a smart lock, there are no keys required; the lock is operated by passcode and smartphone integrations.<p>For most …

The employees shut inside coffins

<b>South Korea has one of the highest suicide rates in the world, and workers often report feeling stressed. So in order to make people appreciate life, some companies are making employees take part in their own pretend funerals.</b><p>In a large room in a nondescript modern office block in Seoul, staff from …