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Cord cutters are loaded with TV streaming options – here’s everything you need to know

Now that we reportedly have pricing information on HBO’s upcoming standalone streaming service, we figured it would be a good time to run through all the major options cord cutters will have this year for watching their favorite shows without subscribing to a cable bundle. Show More Summary

WOW: Galaxy S6 slaughters every rival phone again in new performance tests

The interest level ahead of Samsung’s recent Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge unveiling really wasn’t that high. After 2015’s big Galaxy S5 letdown, smartphone fans didn’t really expect all that much despite all the leaks, and they were seemingly hesitant to raise expectations ahead of the S6 event. Show More Summary

Has Samsung finally realized it’s clueless when it comes to smartwatches?

Blink and you’d miss it, but it looks like Samsung may have just confirmed what we sort of knew: Namely, that it hasn’t figured out yet how to make a smartwatch consumers want to buy. In a meeting with Korean reporters on Monday, Samsung...Show More Summary

Brooke Roberts Design: Brain Scans Transformed into Knitwear Patterns

48 minutes agoTechnology / Gadgets : Inventor Spot

Cardiac radiographer and designer, Brooke Roberts, has utilized digital technology to transform mundane MRI brain scans and medical imagery  into exciting, innovative patterns for  garments. Read on to learn more.

FlashQ Q20 flash unit has a detachable radio transmitter

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

The FlashQ Q20 is an interesting flash unit which doesn't have to be used on top of your camera. The flash is different from most others in that it features a detachable hot shoe radio transmitter which allows it to be used either on-camera, or wirelessly. Show More Summary

Our Favorite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Congratulations! We all just survived another seven complete revolutions aboard Mothership Earth. Time to celebrate with new apps. This week we got stuff that's going to make eating food better, Tweeting better, making music better, and chatting securely better. Let's find out how. Read more...

Score Some $34 Bluetooth Earbuds, Stop Overpaying Your ISP, More Deals

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Highly-rated Bluetooth headphones for $34? We live in a wonderful world. Read more...

Now on Sale at Walmart: An 11-Year-Old External Hard Drive

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Say hello to the Seagate 160 GB external hard drive. It runs on USB 2.0, is nearly a foot long, and weighs a sturdy five pounds. So hurry on down to Walmart to scoop one up for your very own—on sale! Oh, and by the way, it came out in 2004. Read more...

Comcast Customers Are Getting Screwed on HBO Go Again

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

HBO Go is finally available for Playstation 4 users, huzzah! Unless you have Comcast. Then you're shit out of luck, because the cable giant isn't supporting it. Read more...

The High Tech Farms Where Our Future Food Will Grow in Nothing But Air

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

If our planet is going to support an extra four billion people by the end of the century, we'll need to find some creative new ways to feed ourselves. One option would be to turn buildings into farms and grow our crops in the air. Another: To install networked food computers in everybody's home. I'm not even kidding. Read more...

The BTTF clock tower scene perfectly recreated with Lego

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

If you needed any further proof that everything is better with Lego, the folks at Macro Lego Universe recreated the iconic clock tower scene from the end of the original Back to the Future movie. Given how successful The Lego Movie was, it's probably not a bad idea for Hollywood to just recreate every movie we've ever loved with Lego. Show More Summary

12 Essential Android Widgets for a More Functional Home Screen

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

One of the most obvious ways in which Android differs from iOS is the way you can customize your home screens with panels and widgets. We've picked out some of our favorite ones for adding features and functionality to your device—use them as quick shortcuts for key tools without having to open up the full apps themselves. Read more...

Twitter and texts could help you stop smoking, study says

Chatting about their efforts to kick the habit can help people stop smoking, reports Psych Central. Researchers from Stanford University and the University of California, Irvine studied whether Twitter could help people to kick the habit, and found that it could. Show More Summary

Custom Atari 2600 Action Figures Actually Match the Cover Art

A couple of years ago custom action figure maker Dan Polydoris made a handful of action figures based on characters from Activision’s Atari 2600 games. Now he’s back with four more characters from the console’s hit…

Deer Supplement Their Vegetarian Diets with Birds!?

If you read our site much, you know we post stories about weird science stuff on occasion. Most of that stuff is cool and doesn’t creep me out at all, unless we are talking about robots…

Google wants to help make you a better bartender

2 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

If you've ever searched for the name a capital city or a celebrity's place of birth, then you'll probably be familiar Google's Knowledge Graph. It's a cool little feature that picks out and displays the answers to questions, saving you from clicking...

NASA wants you to vote for the most stunning image by Hubble

2 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

NASA wants to know which among the most popular Hubble photos the internet likes the most, so it's pitting them against each other. To celebrate the telescope's 25th birthday in April, the agency has launched Hubble Mania, which is a space image smac...

Divoom's new Bluetooth speaker also serves as a selfie remote

2 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Today's youth likes nothing more than listening to that hip-hop music, being turnt and taking pictures of themselves. That's why the folks at Divoom have generously built a gadget that will let kids do all three at the same time. The second-generatio...

PGA Tour's second-screen iPad app bombards you with stats, video

2 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Even the most ardent golf fan would admit that sometimes tournament telecasts aren't exactly action-packed. The PGA Tour is trying to do something about that with its new iPad app, available just in time for this week's World Golf Championships-Cadil...

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