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The internet can be a beautiful and horrible place at the same time. It’s weird, and sometimes you feel like you want to leave. Sadly, there’s no easy way out — or there wasn’t, until now. Swedish developers
A former pro racer has built the drone of his dreams George Matus was 11 years old when he flew his first drone. "I was immediately hooked," the young man tells me with a grin. By age 16 he was competing
Say hello to Devialet's new Gold Phantom. Sitting on a Soho rooftop early one sunny morning, with The Beatles' "Here Comes The Sun" blasting as the rest of New York City rushes to work, is perhaps the
Plus noise-cancelling neckbuds and new earbuds for the fitness crowd Perhaps Bose won't ever truly win over the obsessive audiophile crowd, but the company sure has built a loyal following thanks to its
The fascination and rapid development of portable vaporizers for ground, plant-based material is hard to ignore, if you’re not living under a rock. Typically, an expensive gadget, Grenco Science has tasked
The company behind a human-like AI bot who organizes your meetings just raised $23 million to take on Facebook and Microsoft
x.ai is the company behind Amy Ingram, a virtual PA designed to schedule meetings for busy executives by taking away the long email trail that usually goes with getting time in the calendar. To use Amy
Have you ever had trouble remembering names? I know I have. There's nothing more embarrassing than having someone who "knows you" start a conversation while you're running through your mental Rolodex coming
Simply put, “save early and save often” is a mantra that has saved many people from all walks of life from catastrophic data, file and precious memories loss. You might find it tempting and convenient
We finally know what everyone is saying during Rey's strange vision scene in 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'
Warning: There are spoilers ahead if you have not seen "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." One of the most talked about scenes in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" happened when Rey touched Luke's old lightsaber
Laser tag is still one of the coolest things ever, but it’s kinda weird for me (a 32-year-old man) and my friends to go to the local Magic Mountain to take on a team of kids celebrating little Gary’s birthday.
We've come a long way from Frogger Do you like having sex but find actual humans with opinions and needs are not worth the hassle? If so, you're in luck! You can now donate to this IndieGoGo campaign make
Benson Leung's cable reviews are out of action, for now. You might not remember Benson Leung, the Google engineer that tasked himself with examining USB Type-C cables. He's been diligently doing so for
Misfit's first non-round wearable is still pretty fashionable. Yes, Misfit has another health tracker for your wrist. But unlike the company's iconic Shine (now in its second version), this one won't attention
It’s New Year’s. You want to set goals, and achieve them. But, realistically, you’re probably not going to. Researchers find that anywhere from 40% to 8% of Americans who set New Year’s resolutions successfully
There is no way to stop determined pirates, but Warner Bros. and Intel are having a go with the filing of a lawsuit against China’s LegendSky, makers of the HDFury 4K that can quickly rip off online videos.
Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not watching you. The Intercept obtained the catalog of devices used by federal and local law enforcement to collect and monitor cell phone data. The hardware
Scientists say it is time to have an ethical debate about whether Modafinil should be 'condoned or condemned.' A ‘smart drug’ taken by one in four students at Oxford University really does boost brain
Have you ever clicked "Send" on an email and regretted it a fraction of a second later? Whether you were angry and typed something you shouldn't have, clicked "Reply All" when you wanted "Reply" or just
A startup that sells $1 razors is now worth $615 million thanks to campaigns like, 'Our blades are f---ing great!'
The Los Angeles-based startup launched three years ago with an idea to steal market share from razor powerhouse, Gillette. CEO Michael Dubin promised a better price point: for $1 a month, Dollar Shave
Fed up with feeling lethargic and bloated, one man attempts to go an entire month without eating (or wearing) anything synthetic You could say that I’ve been blessed with good genes. No cancer in my family,