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This pop-up beach blanket solves every pet peeve about laying in the sand

Shlack is a pop-up beach mat that replaces traditional towels that get sandy and are hard to maintain. Read more... More about Kickstarter, Summer, Beach, Sand, and Ocean

One of football's biggest names turns to 3D scanning tech for safer helmets

Helmets already make the violent game of football safer, but one of the biggest equipment makers in the sport is making them even better. It's developed a new process to create helmets that could play a role in preventing the traumatic...Show More Summary

Apple just launched its first store in Southeast Asia

Khajorn Chiaranaipanich flew for more than two hours to be one of the first people to experience Apple's first store in Singapore. Witnessing its opening was very important for the managing director at a Thai social news company — so...Show More Summary

This week in apps: Pokémon, Snapchat, and more make waves

Watching Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard commencement speech and learning that the POTUS only has one app on his phone may have kept you too busy to keep up with this week's app news. We've kept up for you. SEE ALSO: 10 apps Donald Trump should...Show More Summary

Rare footage of Tesla Model 3 prototypes driving in public

Tesla's Model 3 has been spotted in the wild.  The sedan, which Tesla is priming to reveal before production starts in July, could make the company — and fully electric cars in general — much more palatable to the mass market with a $35,000 starting price and more modest specs. Show More Summary

This new animation technique might actually make selfies interesting

Let's face it: Selfie filters have gotten boring.  No one cares anymore that thanks to the miracle of modern technology you can vomit rainbows or stick a dog's nose on your face. It's just, well, played out.  Whether that's in spiteShow More Summary

Future iPhones and iPads might have a special chip just for processing AI

Apple's reportedly working on a new kind of chip — potentially for future iOS devices — that'll be used just for processing AI, Bloomberg reports.  SEE ALSO: New leaked photos reportedly reveal the final design of the iPhone 8 Bloomberg...Show More Summary

French officials investigating if Apple devices played a role in 2016 EgyptAir crash

French officials have opened an investigation into the possibility that a deadly Egypt Air crash in May 2016 could have been caused by a fire resulting from two Apple products overheating. The report comes from French paper Le Parisen...Show More Summary

This automatic umbrella won't let the world rain on your parade

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Google's Sergey Brin is building the world's biggest aircraft for luxe vacations (and saving the world)

When you're a cofounder of one of the world's most valuable companies, your passion projects tend to take on a more massive scale than, say, simply tuning up an old hot rod in the garage. Take Google's Sergey Brin. Word leaked last month...Show More Summary

Google just launched a GIF maker to make your data look better

Google wants to help make your research look better. To help journalists share their research and tell stories in a more visual and appealing way, Google just launched Data GIF Maker, a data visualization creator. "Data visualizations...Show More Summary

Can machine learning and AI help Facebook better moderate troubling content?

Facebook can't catch a break these days. The Guardian published a comprehensive tell-all, dubbed the "Facebook Files," revealing the social network's guidelines for monitoring violence, hate speech, and revenge porn. Let's just say it's...Show More Summary

Hackers just gave you another reason to hate vaping

It turns out vaping may be bad for more than just your look.  With a few tweaks of the pen, a security researcher has demonstrated that vaporizers can be modified in such a way as to pass code to your computer.  SEE ALSO: Sony hackers...Show More Summary

The iPhone 8 will reportedly avoid the Galaxy S8's most glaring flaw

You can breathe easier now, iPhone fans: Apple might have solved the biggest challenge facing your favorite upcoming smartphone. Apple has reportedly figured out how to integrate an optical Touch ID sensor directly into the iPhone 8's...Show More Summary

Drone journalist faced 7 years behind bars for filming pipeline protests—and beat the case

"I'm really at their mercy right now for something that I didn't do." That was the voice of Aaron Turgeon in a video uploaded to YouTube on Oct. 31, 2016, as Turgeon learned what he was up against in court.  SEE ALSO: Drones are smuggling...Show More Summary

How to pivot your career into the healthcare field

Between now and 2024, the healthcare field is projected to experience the fastest employment growth, which is creating opportunities for people who are passionate about healthcare and considering a career in the industry.    “The healthcare...Show More Summary

The guy who created Android has a new phone... wait, what's that bulge?

Andy Rubin, better known as the guy who created Android and then sold it to Google only to later leave, will finally show off his new smartphone on May 30. Rubin's company, Essential, sent its first tweet on Thursday teasing the phone...Show More Summary

Apple rumored to go all out with a bigger screen ratio for the iPhone 8

Apple may follow in Samsung's footsteps with its next iPhone in more ways than one.  We've heard a ton about the switch to an OLED screen for the upcoming iPhone 8; it's the most prevalent rumor in the whole bunch, with some extra legs due to a reported partnership with Samsung to supply the displays. Show More Summary

A new Android attack with a cool name can wreak havoc on your phone

Most malware requires some form of active user interaction in order to infect a device — a click on a link in a phishing email, or the installation of software from an unverified source.  But a new type of attack, dubbed Cloak and Dagger, can basically take over your Android phone without your (conscious) help. Show More Summary

This guy survives in the wild with nothing but a bunch of everyday tech gadgets

We all use tech to get through the day. Whether its replying to messages on Slack or email for work, or using map apps to get us from place to place, our gadgets are often our lifeline to the world. But imagine having to use your gadgets...Show More Summary

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