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Google Maps Now Allows Voice Guidance Disabling During Calls

Earlier this week, we did bring you word on what the latest Google Maps update (version 9.20.0) offered for users, and one of it was the ability for users to add places to their timeline – assuming you are not a paranoid android and do not think that you are being tracked with such information divulged. Show More Summary

Facebook Messenger To Enable SMS Feature

It looks like there is more than meets the eye with what is going on over at Facebook Messenger, especially since we received word that multiple account support could potentially roll out to the masses in due time. In fact, it seemsShow More Summary

Who would’ve thought that our favorite iPad keyboard would be made by Microsoft?

Microsoft is known for a lot of things these days. Windows is the most popular operating system in the world, Microsoft Office is the best productivity suite out there, Xbox One is a killer video game system, and so on. So when you think of Microsoft, peripherals certainly aren't the first things that come to mind. Show More Summary

Holy Hell, the US Military Made the Fastest Quadcopter I've Ever Seen

DARPA, the Pentagon’s research division, just revealed a speed demon quadcopter that flies 45 miles an hour. It’s like a cheetah drone. I can’t stop watching glorious footage of this glorious cheetah drone. Read more...

Google Bids Picasa Good Night

It is all about efficiency these days, and hence, for Google to invest in two different photo storage and sharing applications does not make too much economic as well as operational sense, taking the more recent Google Photos and Picasa into consideration, with the latter being dated in nature. Show More Summary

We Found the Best Nigerian Prince Email Scam in the Galaxy

The Nigerian prince scam will never die. It’s lasted in various forms for decades now, but the latest iteration is downright amazing. Can’t you give $3 million to help a Nigerian astronaut get home from his secret space mission? Read more...

NASA begins construction of SLS core stage mock-up

NASA has begun the process of constructing a mock-up of the vast core section of its planned Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. The simulated core will serve as a practice tool for NASA prior to the 2018 launch of the SLS, which the agency...Show More Summary

Likelihood of contacting Philae "getting close to zero"

According to Rosetta's science team, hostile surface conditions prevailing on the comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko (67P) have rendered any hopes of re-establishing communications with the Philae lander negligible... Continue Reading Likelihood...Show More Summary

Circuit Board Masking Tape: For Gift Cards in SLI

Upgrade your gift wrap master race-style with Aya Codama aka Bullet’s Out of Place Artifacts circuit board tape. The gold and gray metallic elements make it look realistic and expensive. Actually it really is expensive. Sadly,…

Google Begins Hiring Process, Targets Self-Driving Cars Industry

If you have always wanted to get on board Google’s payroll but never really figured out just which area in which you can contribute to the company, perhaps the latest round of hiring by the tech giant is your cup of tea. Basically, Google...Show More Summary

Error 53 Results In Apple Lawsuit

It looks like the now infamous Error 53 has caused a black eye for Apple, as a class-action lawsuit has been filed against Apple, citing that the tech company’s actions happen to be a violation of California’s Unfair Competition Law....Show More Summary

Star Wars gets mashed up with Mario Kart in the best video of the week

Mashing up two beloved franchises is a risky proposition. If you screw it up, you have two rabid fanbases attacking you from both sides. If you create something amazing, you have to deal with the fact that everyone is going to want more. Show More Summary

Das Keyboard’s new Division Zero X40 is one of the cleanest gaming keyboards

Mechanical keyboards predate modern PC gaming, but they’ve been firmly embraced by gamers in recent years. Gaming peripheral makers like Razer and Corsair have gotten into the mechanical keyboard market and been quite […]

Geek deals: Presidents’ Day sale on tablets, smartphones, and more

Dell Venue 8 7000 quad-core 8.4-inch Android tablet for $199 With a quad-core Intel processor, 16GB of storage, a WQXGA resolution of 2560×1600, 2GB of RAM, Bluetooth 4.1, and 802.11b/g/n/ac WiFi support, this […]

YouTube is removing view counts from Red original series

Google announced YouTube Red several months ago as the long-awaited ad-free experience that lets you skip all those annoying pre-roll ads and banners. It’s also the hub for Google’s new original YouTube programming, […]

Play SkiFree, WinTrek, and other classic Windows games right in your browser

When it comes to retro gaming, it’s usually classic arcade or console titles that get the attention. Archive.org wants to make sure you don’t forget that there are some awesome PC classics out […]

Netflix is now 100% dependent on one of its biggest competitors: Amazon

Putting your entire business in the hands of a competitor might seem crazy, but that’s exactly what Netflix has done. Their entire operation is now running on Amazon’s servers. Given that Prime Instant […]

Frickin’ Amazing Clock

We’ve featured a lot of clock builds, but this one, as the title suggests, is frickin’ amazing. Talented art student [Kango Suzuki] built this Wooden Mechanical Clock (Google translation from Japanese) as a project while on his way to major in product design. Show More Summary

Vaping Congressman in the Pocket of Big Vape

Back in December, Representative Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) made headlines when he proudly declared to the masses, “Yes, I vape.” Then again, just yesterday, Hunter was back showing off sick clouds right in the middle of a congressional hearing. Show More Summary

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