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Archived Since:February 2, 2010

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Celebrities, Strip-Club Fans Exposed by NYC Taxi Data

Mining publicly available taxi data reveals celebrities' movements through Manhattan, addresses of regular strip-club customers.

Apple Addresses 'Shellshock' Bug as More Attacks Appear

Apple said the effects of the Shellshock bug were limited on OS X, even as attacks on Web servers mounted.

Predator Vision: Seek Thermal Camera for Smartphones

In the past, thermal imaging has been largely limited to the military. Now Seek Thermal's $199 camera adds infrared vision to your phone.

Apple Offers iOS 8.0.1 Workaround, Promises 8.0.2 Soon

Apple has offered a workaround for users suffering from iOS 8.0.1's bugs, and promises iOS 8.0.2 in a few days.

'Shellshock' Flaw Found in Mac OS X, Linux

A deep-rooted flaw was revealed and patched today in a fundamental function of OS X, Linux and other UNIX-like operating systems.

Apple Pulls iOS 8.0.1 (Update)

Apple's iOS 8.0.1 brings some fixes to HealthKit and Reachability, but some users are reporting a loss of cell service as a result of the update.

iPhone 6 Plus Bends Over Backwards for Users

The iPhone 6 Plus may easily bend after a day in your pocket, according to multiple user complaints.

Cordcutters Get $39 HBO Go/Amazon Prime Bundle

AT&T and HBO have teamed up to offer a low-cost Internet and TV package that will let users stream HBO for $39 per month - for the first year.

Samsung Gear S Arriving this Fall Via Major Carriers

Samsung's Gear S works without a smartphone connection, and will be available this fall via AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless.

The iPhone 6 Camera Has a Big Problem: iOS 8

The iPhone 6 hangs it hat on a new and improved camera, but our tests reveal serious image-quality problems and iOS 8 looks to be at fault.

Blizzard Cancels Titan After Seven Years of Development

After seven years in development, Blizzard's ambitious MMO title Titan is no more, but fans still don't know much about the game.

No Quarter Expo Showcases NYC Indie Games

Five new indie games were featured at the No Quarter game exposition held in New York City.

Mad Hatter? New Cap Holds iPhone in Bill

HattrickWear wants to hold your smartphone in its bill, letting you view it through a prism.

Microsoft's Chromecast Rival Costs $60

Microsoft's Wireless Display Adapter uses Miracast technology to stream your smartphone, tablet or laptop's display to the big screen.

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Battery Life: How Long They Last

We compare the battery life on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to the Samsung Galaxy S5, the LG G3, the HTC One M8 and the OnePlus One.

Epic's Watchphones Look Pretty But Underwhelming

Epic's $250 Watchphones are a prettier version of Samsung's Galaxy Gear S or the Neptune Pine.

Orbit 1 Device Coats 3D-Printed Objects in Metal

Here's metal more attractive: The Orbit 1 coats objects in metal, giving 3D printed objects extra flair or letting them conduct electricity.

Oculus Unveils Crescent Bay Prototype at Connect Event

At the inagural Oculus Connect developer conference, the team showed off a new virtual reality headset prototype codenamed Crescent Bay.

iOS 8 Manual Camera Controls: Don't Bother - Yet

Photo aficionados finally have DSLR-like controls of the iPhone camera - and not just on the iPhone 6. They will probably wish they didn't.

56 Million Payment Cards Stolen in Home Depot Breach

Experts confirm that the Home Depot data breach is the worst known retail breach yet, resulting in 56 million stolen payment cards.

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