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How to Save Space by Emptying Deleted Photos Album

You need space on your phone and quickly! So you delete a few (or a few hundred!) photos. However, that doesn’t seem to give you space. That’s because your deleted photos go into your Recently Deleted folder. This folder saves your deleted photos up to 30 days after you delete them, so they’re …

Mobile Photography

Samsung will give you $200 if you trade your old phone for the Note 4, even if it’s worth less

Earlier today we learned the Note 4 will go up for pre-order in the UK and US starting tomorrow. For those that are planning to upgrade from an older handset, Samsung has now announced its “guaranteed $200 total trade-in” promotion.<p>In short, if you pre-order the Note 4 between tomorrow and 10/16 …

Mobile

Drone Beat: Hollywood Drones, a $3,200 Fine And More

The U.S. government uses them to bomb alleged terrorists in far-away places. Tech companies such as Amazon, Google and Facebook are all toying with …

Mysterious Phony Cell Towers Could Be Intercepting Your Calls

Every smart phone has a secondary OS, which can be hijacked by high-tech hackers<p>Like many of the ultra-secure phones that have come to market in the wake of Edward Snowden's leaks, the CryptoPhone 500, which is marketed in the U.S. by ESD America and built on top of an unassuming Samsung Galaxy …

Security

Bikanta’s Tiny Diamonds Find Cancer Before It Spreads

Y Combinator-backed biotech company Bikanta wants to find and stop cancer at its source by inserting tiny, fluorescent diamonds inside your body. The brainchild of Dr. Ambika Bumb, who holds a PhD in biomedical engineering from Oxford, these nanodiamonds can detect molecular abnormalities at a much …

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Invention Awards 2014: Seal Combat Wounds In 15 Seconds

A pocket-size invention that could save lives<p>When bullets or shrapnel strike a soldier, standard first aid calls for stuffing gauze as deep as five inches into a wound and applying pressure. If bleeding hasn’t stopped after three minutes, the old gauze is pulled out—and new gauze shoved in.<p>There’s …

Military

iPad 6 with 30-40% Higher Pixel Density Expected in 2014

Countering earlier reports about the possibility of Apple launching a larger, 12.9-inch iPad next year, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo states in a new research note that the company will instead release a new sixth-generation 9.7-inch iPad with 30-40% higher pixel density than seen in both the …