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ZTE’s sketchy crowd-sourced phone is already a failure

In a move that everyone saw coming a mile away, ZTE has had to admit that its "Hawkeye" sticky-backed, eye-tracking, crowdsourced smartphone is already a colossal failure. Having raised just $35,000 of its $500,000 Kickstarter goal with...Show More Summary

AT&T Introduces Reasonable International Day Pass for $10 a Day

16 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Chip Chick

AT&T and Verizon have long gotten a bad rap for their international usage plans, which charge a ton of money for calls, texts, and a small amount of data. AT&T’s taking a step in the right direction today with their new International...Show More Summary

Here's Why Some Scientists Refuse to Just 'Stick to Science'

16 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The incoming administration and science do not get along. President Donald Trump has already met with vaccine critic Robert Kennedy Jr., called climate change a hoax on several occasions, once said that environmentally friendly light bulbs cause cancer... the list goes on. Read more...

This is what happens when Apple finds underage workers in its factories

One of the most difficult things to square as a consumer is the knowledge that not everyone who worked to produce your clothes, your food and your electronics wouldn't be old enough to work if they lived in the United States. There are of course oversights at factories all over the world, but even the biggest companies can't catch everything. Show More Summary

Enzyme found to limit collateral damage from immune system

16 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

When unwanted microbes enter your body, your white blood cells rush to the scene to begin fighting them off. But much like a battalion of soldiers, the process by which the cells fight off the invaders needs to be extremely precise, otherwise healthy parts of the body could be damaged by a kind of biological friendly fire. Show More Summary

Google Is Partnering With Raspberry Pi to Create Artificial Intelligence

16 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets :

Raspberry Pi has sold over 10 million units, making it the most successful British computer ever, according to Wired. Thanks to its ridiculous popularity and all of the intelligent things people have done […] The post Google Is Partnering With Raspberry Pi to Create Artificial Intelligence appeared first on

FTC Says This Smartphone Breathalyzer Is Actually a Bunch of Bullshit

17 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) slammed Breathometer on Monday for making false claims about the accuracy of its breathalyzer products, the Original and the Breeze. Read more...

Five Years Later, Google Finally Remembers Google Voice Exists

17 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Google Voice used to be one of Google’s best tools: The idea of having a single phone number for all of your devices was handy and uncomplicated in a time of extremely frequent communication. Unfortunately, over the years, Google let the nifty little voice service fall into relative disrepair—until today, that is. Read more...

You can now get a full-featured desktop 3D printer for $220

When 3D printers first hit the market, they were huge and expensive. Only businesses could afford to buy them, which meant people had to find a 3D printing company and pay per item to have things printed. Oh, how times have changed. Thanks to Amazon's killer sale on the XYZprinting da Vinci Jr. Show More Summary

Australian Scientists Are Creating 'Star Wars' Inspired Holograms

"As a child, I learned about the concept of holographic imaging from the Star Wars movies," says Lei Wang, a PhD student at the The Australian National University (ANU) Research School of Physics and Engineering. "It's really cool to...Show More Summary

Trump Appoints Anti-Regulation Net Neutrality Enemy to Head FCC

17 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Amidst the torrent of news and announcements and wailing and gnashing of teeth that has come since the inauguration of President Donald Trump, here’s another shitty thing: Ajit Pai, an enemy of net neutrality and overall opponent of regulation, will be Trump’s pick to lead the Federal Communications Commission, the… Read more...

The NES Classic is back in stock at a bunch of Target stores right now

The NES Classic has been permanently out of stock ever since it first launched last November. Nintendo has been hustling to increase production to meet the unprecedented demand, and it looks like it might be working. Target stores across...Show More Summary

HTC U Ultra vs. OnePlus 3T

17 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

HTC recently announced its 2017 flagship, a mixed bag of high-end specs, outdated processor and Samsung design cues. Let's see how it sizes up next to the best value in mobile, the OnePlus 3T... Continue Reading HTC U Ultra vs. OnePlus...Show More Summary

Resident Evil is Good Again

17 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets :

A franchise once as lifeless as its zombie enemies finally escapes its own tomb. The post Resident Evil is Good Again appeared first on

Feast your eyes on the most brutally punishing Mario level ever

When Nintendo launched Mario Maker — the level creator and playground that lets you make side-scrolling stages that are as clever, funny, or difficult as you want — they couldn't ever have predicted that someone would build something as evil as this. Show More Summary

The New 'Baywatch' Posters Are Ridiculous

There are new posters for Baywatch, people - and they are very much in keeping with the tone of the film. This is going to be a fun one. More »      

Small nip and tuck makes for smarter, sharper 4 Series

18 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

When it launched in 2014, the 4 Series signalled a departure from tradition for BMW. Sure, it followed the same formula as its predecessor, lopping the rear doors off a practical sedan to create a sexier silhouette, but the powers that be in Munich decided the old formula needed a new name, swapping a 3 Series Coupe badge for 4 Series nomenclature. Show More Summary

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