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Talkitt App Gives the Speech Impaired a Voice

Talkitt is an app that will help individuals with speech disorders to communicate clearly and crisply by translating their speech patterns.

Assassin's Creed Rogue Exclusive to Xbox 360, PS3

Assassin's Creed Rogue stars an unconventional new protagonist and will debutfor the Xbox 360 and PS3 exclusively.

WhatsApp Adds Voice Replies to Android Wear App

You can now speak into your smartwatch to compose a reply on popular messaging app WhatsApp.

How to Protect Yourself from Digital Stalkers

Is someone using your computer, smartphone and other devices to spy on you? Here are some tips on what you can do to stop it.

BioShock Surfaces on iOS Devices

2K Games announced today that the 2007 classic first-person shooter BioShock will make its way to iOS in the near future.

Mio Fuse Fitness Tracker Wants to Win Your Heart (Rate)

Mio says that its Fuse smartband is the most accurate heart rate monitoring wearable without a chest strap.

Touchpico Turns Any Surface into a Touch Screen

Touchpico is an Android-based PC that works as an independent computer as well as a projector. Its projector can create an 80 inch touch screen on any surface.

Antivirus Software Isn't Very Secure, Researchers Find

Antivirus programs are just as susceptible to hacking and exploitation as any other kind of software, warns a researcher.

Hack-Proof Drones? This Could Make It Happen

An ironclad drone programming protocol called seL4 is about to go open-source, allowing both governments and enthusiasts to keep machines secure.

Facebook Scam Tricks Users into Hacking Themselves

It's kind of karmic: people trying to hack others' Facebook accounts ended up being hacked themselves, thanks to a new scam.

Cell Phone Unlocking Bill Passes Congress

The House of Representatives has passed a bill that would make it legal for consumers to "unlock" their mobile devices and change carriers.

Destiny the Game: Everything You Need to Know

Here's everything you need to know about Activision's upcoming sci-fi shooter 'Destiny.'

Google's Baseline Study to Index Whole Human Body

Google's Project Baseline aims to amass a trove of human health and fitness data, which will be used for disease prevention and fitness tech.

Wayward Manor Review: Mind Your Manors

Haunt an old house in The Wayward Manor, a puzzle game that blends a snazzy jazz score with writing from fantasy author Neil Gaiman.

Shoot 360 Degree Video With VSN Mobil's V.360 Camera

Record life all around you at high quality with the rugged V.360 camera.

Emberlight Turns Any Light Into a Smart Light

Emberlight is an attachment that turns any lightbulb into a smartbulb, and lowers the cost of creating a smart home.

Oculus Building Motion Controllers for Better Immersion (Report)

Oculus VR is reportedly building motion control peripherals to work in conjunction with its virtual reality headsets.

Hacker Gadget Hijacks Google Chromecast, Rickrolls TVs

When it comes to Rickrolling TV sets, the Rickmote Wi-Fi hijacker, made for less than $100, is never gonna let you down.

Google's Project Zero to Scan Web for Security Flaws

Project Zero is a team of Google employees whose sole job is to find and report security flaws in non-Google products.

Java Promises Continued Windows XP Support

The XPocalypse isn't so bad: Java updates and security patches on the retired Windows XP OS will continue, says Oracle — at least for now.

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