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This ‘power router’ can charge your phone from across the room

Battery life is still the number one complaint about smartphones. Searching for outlets and fumbling with cables has become a common daily routine. …

Tech Trends

Display Awesome Linux Logo With Basic Hardware Info Using screenfetch and linux_logo Tools

Do you want to display a super cool logo of your Linux distribution along with basic hardware information? Look no further try awesome screenfetch …

Google On - OnHub companion app now available from the Play Store

Google’s OnHub smart router is hitting the store shelves tomorrow, August 31st, so the Search Giant is getting you equipped with the necessary tools to be ready for some advanced internet usage. Thankfully, you don’t need much. You can operate every aspect of the OnHub from the official Google On …

Samsung Galaxy S Devices That Will Get Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update [LIST]

Recent announcement regarding the future of the Android operating system was enough to kick everyone’s sweet tooth into overdrive. By announcing that …

Coin announces Coin 2.0 with NFC, faster display, thinner design, more

Coin, the company behind the innovative electronic card that aimed to consolidate your wallet into a single card, has today announced the 2.0 version of its offering. The first iteration of Coin began shipping in April 2015 and anyone who owns the first generation of the product is eligible for a …

Android phones will now come with fewer pre-installed apps

Freedom from bloatware<p>Android users will soon be getting a little less bloatware on their phones. <i>Android Central</i> reports that Google has relaxed its requirements about which apps have to be permanently installed, which means apps like Google+, Google Play Games, Google Play Books, and Google …

iPhone Brake Pads are a Terrible Way to Stop a Porsche 911

The worst brake pads you've ever seen work just as well as you'd imagine.<p>It turns out that iPhones don't make for very effective brake pads. It's almost as if they weren't made for that purpose.<p>The YouTube channel EverythingApplePro decided to replace the front and rear brake pads on a 2002 Porsche …

Hackers are attacking US gas stations

After a gas station monitoring system was hacked earlier this year, Trend Micro researchers Kyle Wilhoit and Stephen Hilt decided to take a closer look. They set up fake internet-connected systems called "GasPots" -- honeypots that mimic the real ones -- in several countries to track hackers' …

Hacking Team boss thinks that he runs 'the good guys'

The CEO of Hacking Team has come out to defend his firm's behavior after a hack exposed the company's dirty laundry for all to see. In an interview with Italian newspaper <i>La Stampa</i>, David Vincenzetti said that his software was used to "fight the criminals" that are "operating on the border between …

Human Rights

Nokia reaffirms plans to get back into the smartphone business

Nokia has issued a statement today reaffirming its intent to get back into the smartphone game, mostly reiterating statements made by the company's …

Facebook security lead wants Adobe to say when it's killing Flash

To put it mildly, Adobe's Flash plugin has fallen from grace in recent years. BlackBerry, Google and other companies once thought it was crucial to the web, but you'll now find many of these outfits going out of their way to avoid and contain Flash in the names of both security and promoting true …

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