Luke Warren

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Barbra Streisand: I called Tim Cook to get Siri to pronounce my name right

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>Let me tell you about pain.<p>Actually, let Barbra Streisand tell you.<p>The renowned singer and occasional actor gave an interview to NPR that was aired on Saturday.<p>In a surely unrehearsed moment, interviewer …

Phone company reveals where unused data goes

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>You have a data plan.<p>Sometimes you use your monthly allowance. Sometimes you don't.<p>Some phone companies roll over your unused data, at least for a month.<p>But what happens if you have a plan that doesn't roll …

Mobile

MIT Spinoff to Market Breakthrough Batteries by 2017

We’d all love our phones and tablets to have longer staying power, so announcements of new battery technology are often catnip for techheads. …

T-Mobile One is garbage, and the EFF says it violates net neutrality

T-Mobile and its fancy new ’T-Mobile One’ plans, which promise unlimited LTE data, have come under fire from the EFF.<p>The EFF’s senior staff technologist, Jeremy Gillula, tells The Daily Dot the EFF feels T-Mobile One is a threat to net neutrality:<p>From what we’ve read thus far it seems like …

PS4 redesign supposedly pops up in an online listing

Wondering what Sony might have in store at its September 7th PlayStation event? You <i>might</i> be getting a sneak peek. An online classified listing purports to be selling an as yet unreleased "slim line" PS4 that would be thinner, rounder and (let's be honest) decidedly plainer than the original. …

The NSA hack proves Apple was right to fight the FBI

"The component of the government that is supposed to be absolutely best at keeping secrets didn't manage to keep this secret effectively," Nate Cardozo, a senior staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, told Business Insider.<p>In February, a judge ordered Apple to help the FBI unlock …

Privacy

Google Doodle Team Q&A - Your Questions Answered!

MacGyver: "The Rising" Review

Blech-gyver.<p><i>Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.</i><p>The original MacGyver, which ran on ABC from 1985 to 1992, wasn't exactly high art. It was a …

Dallas Black Police Association Joins Demands for Reform

The Black Police Association of Greater Dallas Friday joined Dallas Police critics demanding a series of reforms. They include civilian police review …

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This Drone Could Fly Forever With Wireless Power

It's only a very early prototype, but the tech is still impressive.<p>Quadcopter drones are great for all kind of things from filming to delivering (small) packages, but every drone is limited by its battery life. There are all kinds of potential solutions to this problem from fuel cell-powered drones …

Police are increasingly using social media surveillance tools

We’re approaching a level of social unrest that we haven’t seen since the days of the Civil Rights movement. That means law enforcement agencies are trying to figure out how to manage and circumvent the unrest — a lot of which has resulted from the police killings of unarmed black people — through …

Surveillance

Hangouts adds a ton of Easter eggs and an in-app browser

The last update to Hangouts on Android added arguably the greatest emoticon of them all:<p>¯\_(ツ)_/¯, also known as the shruggie.<p>That was literally the only real update in Hangouts v12. But as spotted by Android Police, Hangouts v13 adds a whole slew of new emoticon Easter eggs.<p>Here’s the full list of …

Marketers say Facebook video metrics scandal is overblown

“The issue is being hugely overblown. Marketers do not care about it, and it has zero impact on spend.” That’s the response of Jason Stein, founder and CEO of 250-employee social marketing agency Laundry Service, to a Wall Street Journal report strongly criticizing an error in Facebook’s “average …

Social Media