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Choose the best music streaming service for your family - CNET

If you're willing to spend $15 per month, everyone in your house can enjoy Apple Music, Google Play Music or Spotify. But which one offers the most bang for the family buck?

MacBook Pros Will Reportedly Get an OLED Touchscreen Above the Keyboard

14 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Dependable rumors suggest that the MacBook Pro is about to get major revamp. According to a new report from Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities, Apple will release a dramatic redesign of the MacBook Pro in the fourth quarter. “Dramatic” might be too small a word, actually. Read more...

Google’s Paris HQ raided in tax fraud, money laundering investigation

Google's headquarters in Paris were raided by French tax officials and law enforcement on Tuesday morning as part of an investigation over alleged tax fraud. The news was first reported by French outlet Le Parisien and then later confirmed...Show More Summary

App Deals: Use Your Smartphone To Collect Data With Google's Science Journal

Today’s best deals include Science Journal for Android, Notebooks 8 for iOS and Harvester for Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick! More »      

Right now, Lyft is cheaper than the subway in NYC

Uber and Lyft have made taking a car to get around a surprisingly affordable method of transportation. But right now, the rivalry between the two is driving prices to be ludicrously cheap. Starting today, all weekday Lyft rides in Manhattan will be 50 percent off. Show More Summary

Watch the Enterprise get torn apart in brand new ‘Star Trek Beyond’ trailer

This summer, we’re bound to see a new chapter from Captain Kirk’s adventurous life in Star Trek Beyond. A new trailer for the third movie in the new Star Trek trilogy is out, showing us what looks like a brilliant battle in space where...Show More Summary

Sports Cameras Are Now Being Disguised as Model Airplanes

7 minutes agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The so-called spidercam has changed the way we watch sports, allowing camera operators to shoot footage while moving vertically and horizontally above where the action happens. And now they’re being disguised as... airplanes? Read more...

Toshiba’s ultra-fast data matching technology can recognize a single individual among 5,800 people in a photo database of 10 million images in only 8.31 milliseconds!

Toshiba has developed an ultra-fast data search and matching technology that outperforms similar systems by a factor of 50. Toshiba’s Ultra-Fast Data Matching Technology can be applied to any data that can..

World-First Nationwide LoRaWAN Network Dedicated to Internet of Things scheduled to launch in South Korea next month

Samsung along with SK Telecom is all set to deploy the world’s first commercial Internet of Things (IoT)-dedicated nationwide LoRaWAN network across Korea. The network will be deployed across Korea using the..

Black Line Follower: A Modern Bristlebot

It’s been a while since we’ve seen much action on the bristlebot front, which is too bad. So we’re happy to see [Extreme Electronics]’s take on the classic introductory “robot”: the Black Line Follower. The beauty of these things isShow More Summary

An Artist Has Made the Louvre's Pyramid Disappear

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Now you see it, now you don’t. Street artist JR’s latest work has seen him shroud the large pyramid outside the Louvre in Paris with material that, at a glance, makes it look like the structure has disappeared altogether. Read more....

Tethered drone provides a hovering watchtower to troops on the ground

2 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

From Gengis Khan and his Mongol commanders to jihadis hiding in the Afghan mountains, fighters have always gravitated towards elevated vantage points to better prepare for incoming enemies. Technology has changed the face of warfare but the benefits of holding the higher ground remain the same, even if it's a flying robot doing the legwork for you. Show More Summary

Samsung rolling out a dedicated Internet of Things network across South Korea

2 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

South Korea is already one of the most wired countries on Earth, and the latest effort by Samsung and SK Telecom won't do anything to hurt that fact. The two have paired up to roll out a commercial network dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT) across the country. Show More Summary

Samsung announces worldwide availability of the 750 EVO SSD in 120GB, 250GB and 500GB capacity

Samsung today announced worldwide availability of the 750 EVO solid state drive (SSD) in 120GB, 250GB and an all new 500GB capacity. The 750 EVO SSDs provide mainstream consumers and PC builders..

The Pirate Bay Sails Back To Its Old Domain

Sweden has said “nope” to The Pirate Bay’s and sites, forfeiting them to the state for assisting in copyright infringement, and forcing the torrenting site back to its address. More »      

The Pirate Bay Sails Back To Its Old Doman

Sweden has said “nope” to The Pirate Bay’s and sites, forfeiting them to the state for assisting in copyright infringement, and forcing the torrenting site back to its address. More »      

Lightning captured at 7,000 fps

2 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Researchers at the Florida Institute of Technology have snapped stunning images of lightning at 7,000 frames per second while testing a new high-speed camera... Continue Reading Lightning captured at 7,000 fps Category: Environment Tags: Super...Show More Summary

Ultra-low power graphene-based transistor could enable 100 GHz clock speeds

3 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

For years, the two-dimensional material, graphene, has shown promise in making electronics smaller and more efficient. Now scientists have designed a graphene-based transistor that works with ultra-low power consumption and which could...Show More Summary

Meet Phillips' Shiny New Quantum Dot Monitor

Phillips’ New 27-inch Full HD 276E6ADSW and 276E6ADSS monitor boasts something pretty special — Colour IQ Quantum Dot technology. As we’ve covered before, quantum dots allow a vivid, natural colour palette and contrast that was previously unattainable. More »      

Hackaday Prize Entry: Worldwide Educational Infrastructure

The future of education is STEM, and for the next generation to be fitter, happier, and more productive, classrooms around the world must start teaching programming, computer engineering, science, maths, and electronics to grade school students. Show More Summary

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