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Google gives Android ability to send Hangouts messages via voice

Android’s Google app (née Google Search) is already a voice-powered juggernaut. Get things going with a brief “OK Google,” and you’re ready to start …

New LTE study shows T-Mobile is best overall carrier for data in US

LTE has quickly become the standard by which we measure our carriers. If we’re not on an LTE signal, we just aren’t happy. A new report from Open …

T-Mobile

Tricentennial Tower double helix gondola ride planned for New Orleans

Designs have been unveiled for a 320 ft (98 m) observation tower and vertical gondola ride in New Orleans. The Tricentennial Tower concept is part of …

New Orleans

This USB Drive Can Nuke A Computer

Do not ever use a random USB flash drive. There are plenty of software exploits that can ruin your computer or life. And with this flash drive, it can physically destroy your computer by blasting a load of voltage to the USB controller with negative voltage. Think Wile E. Coyote and an ACME Human …

Flash Drives

Finally, We Have An Eye Scanner For Our Passwords

Admittedly, most of us don’t have a great password. We tend to balance convenience with security, and that’s not the best idea. But if you need to …

NVIDIA GTX 960M and 950M hit ultra-sleek gaming notebooks

Not too long ago NVIDIA launched the GeForce GTX 980M and 970M notebook processors. Now it’s time to bring heat with a couple more entries into the …

Berkeley researchers pioneer new powder-based concrete 3D printing technique

We've previously reported on several 3D-printed architecture projects, including Andrey Rudenko's castle and Winsun's impressive feat of printing 10 …

Google's Artificial Intelligence Now Thinks And Plays Video Games Like We Do

The quest for an artificial intelligence that is only paralleled by human intellect has been ongoing in science and technology for decades. It's …

Latest OS X Beta Includes Support For Force Click And Pressure Sensitivity For Drawing Apps

Apple’s latest beta for developers for OS X 10.10.3 adds some new tools that will be available to third-party software developers targeting owners of the upcoming 12-inch MacBook and the new 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro. These include support for new Force Click secondary pressure-based input, …

Apps

Pancake Bot

Making pancakes isn't hard. Making pancakes in intricate designs is virtually impossible, unless you're a culinary master — or have a Pancake Bot in …

Pancakes

GadgetellSolutions Media

12Feb/18<p>The outdoor goods and apparel retailer has scrapped its legendary unlimited returns policy whereby customers were allowed to return …

Cameras

Cigarette Racing X Mercedes Marauder GT S Boat

Racing on the road isn't the same as racing on the water. That didn't stop AMG from collaborating on the Cigarette Racing X Mercedes Marauder GT S …

Engines

Melomind headset uses brainwaves to choose relaxation music

The latest brainwave headset to surface is called Melomind, and unlike the alternatives that promise to make you smarter or faster, this one aims to …

Brainwaves

Spacewatch: Time for Philae to wake up?

The slumbering Philae comet lander could wake up any day now. During the coming week, the Rosetta mothership will make a series of close passes to the comet. On each occasion it will transmit a signal asking for Philae to respond.<p>The lander is currently receiving about twice as much sunlight as it …

Space

Soon, Your Laptop Will Need Just This One Cable

You'll have no excuse not to clean up your office<p>Even if you've only got a few technological devices, you've probably got a rat's nest of cables strewn around your home: power cables, USB cables, monitor cables, and so on. But someday in the not-too-distant future, you may finally be able to get …

Gear & Gadgets

Large Hadron Collider ramps up to shed light on dark matter

LHC will run at nearly double its previous energy, smashing protons to open up the subatomic world and look for more varieties of Higgs boson<p>Researchers on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) near Geneva are making final preparations to restart the giant underground machine and with it their quest to …

Physics

60 Tons Of Cosmic Dust Fall To Earth Every Day

Does this mean there are cosmic dust bunnies?<p>The earth is a dirty place, and we aren't getting much help from space. Every day, dust from meteorites, comets, and other 4.6 billion-year-old pieces of our solar system fall into the earth's atmosphere. This meteoric dust is incredibly small, kind of …

Universe

Ford accelerates tech efforts with new Silicon Valley lab

Ford wants you to know that it's more than just trucks and cars. It wants to be seen as a technology innovator too. Of course, the Detroit automaker has long had a friendly relationship with technology, what with its Sync infotainment platform, its support for third-party apps and, obviously, its …

Google puts the kibosh on Nexus 5 smartphone sales

The older model has been given the heave-ho so that Google can focus on the Nexus 6.<p>Smartphone buyers still interested in the Nexus 5 will no longer be able to buy it from Google.<p>A check for the 2013 Nexus phone at the Google Store flashes a message that "the Nexus 5 is no longer available for …

Android News

Amazon Has Quietly Acquired 2lemetry To Build Out Its Internet Of Things Strategy

Amazon is taking another step into the Internet of Things. TechCrunch has learned, and confirmed, that the e-commerce and cloud services giant has acquired 2lemetry, a startup based out of Denver that has developed an enterprise-focused platform to track and manage IP-enabled machines and other …

Internet of Things

Thieves beware: future ATMs will spray foam that helps track stolen cash

ATM thieves are increasingly focused on digital heists, but many of these robbers still prefer old-fashioned currency. They may want to think twice about stealing cash in the future, though, as ETH Zurich has developed a chemical defense system that both deters theft and helps track ill-gotten …