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Microsoft's 'Intune For Education' Battles With Chromebooks

The program was announced with cheaper Windows 10 laptops and an update to the popular "Minecraft: Education Edition" that will complement the new app and device manager.

Umbrella Drone Keeps Raindrops from Fallin’ on Your Head

7 minutes agoTechnology / Gadgets : technabob

I’ve never visited England, but if what I see on movies and TV is true, it rains there all the time. That means the English have to cart around an umbrella much of the time or… The post Umbrella Drone Keeps Raindrops from Fallin’ on Your Head appeared first on Technabob.

The Second Reboot VC Bootcamp

On Saturday night I got on a plane and flew to the other side of the planet, where I am now. I’m in Melbourne, finishing my coffee, getting ready for one last meeting here before I fly with David Cohen to Adelaide for the day. When I left, I had the voices and energy of... Read more The post The Second Reboot VC Bootcamp appeared first on Feld Thoughts.

A New Pokemon Game Is Available on Android and iOS

Without a word of warning, Nintendo has launched a new Pokemon game on Android and iOS. It’s called Pokemon Duel, having previously been known as Pokemon Co-master in Japan. Pokemon Duel is like a Pokemon board game for your mobile, which IS as geeky as it sounds. Show More Summary

Stoic Seeks $200,000 For 'The Banner Saga 3' On Kickstarter

The last installment in Stoic's turn-based strategy series is in development, but the studio needs additional funding for animations, music, and voice-over talent.

LEGO Beer Tap Gives You Blocky, Foamy Goodness

7 minutes agoTechnology / Gadgets : technabob

In a lot of video games as you get hammered on by the bad guys, your heart counter goes down. Loose all your hearts, you die. In some of those games you can refill your heart… The post LEGO Beer Tap Gives You Blocky, Foamy Goodness appeared first on Technabob.

You Need a Mobile Résumé in 2017: 4 CV Formatting Tips for Phones

Hiring managers and recruiters, like everyone else, use their mobile phones for everything — and that includes reading résumés. You can bet that if your résumé doesn’t show up well on their phone, they’re going to skip right over it....Show More Summary

Vestiaire Collective raises $62 million for its pre-owned fashion marketplace

Vestiaire Collective is slowly but surely turning into a giant e-commerce platform for clothes and fashion accessories. Think about it as a sort of eBay for fashion items, but with a premium positioning. The French startup just raised $62 million (€58 million). Show More Summary

Nokia looks to block US imports of Apple products in latest salvo over patents

9 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Apple Insider

The U.S. International Trade Commission is looking into allegations that Apple is importing devices that infringe on Nokia patents, such as iPhones and iPads, a report said on Tuesday.

Verizon rivals put squeeze on No. 1 carrier's growth

9 minutes agoTechnology : USAToday: Tech

Shares drop after Verizon predicts flat growth this year as T-Mobile, Sprint get aggressive.        

This home theater setup makes exposed wires look cool

9 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

You can spend hours on cable management when trying to create the perfect home cinema setup, but you don’t need to. Why hide the wires away when you can make them look as good as they do in the sweet setup above? All you need is a tube of superglue, steady hands, and patience. This […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Breathometer refunding iPhone blood alcohol tester owners in full

9 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Apple Insider

Breathometer, producer of a breathalyzer accessory for the iPhone, has agreed to provide refunds to customers in a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, after claims about the device's lack of accuracy were investigated by the regulatory group.

New microchip could bring portable spectroscopy to iPhone, Apple Watch

9 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Apple Insider

Si-Ware on Tuesday revealed an iPhone-compatible spectroscopy chip, the NeoSpectra Micro, which could potentially expand the uses of both mobile devices and wearables in areas like health, science, and nutrition.

New patent hints at a customizable Apple Watch

9 minutes agoTechnology : Mashable: Tech

Your Apple Watch band options may soon extend far beyond leather, "Sport" or Hermès. Apple was granted a patent Tuesday describing "modular functional band links for wearable devices." The links are described to be "connected to oneShow More Summary

Snapchat clamps down on clickbait, fake news

10 minutes agoTechnology : USAToday: Tech

Communication app changes terms for what publishing partners can show        

D-Wave ups its quantum annealing game to 2000 qubits

Universal quantum computers don’t exist, but that hasn’t stopped D-Wave from carving out its own place in the quantum computing market. Today, the 17-year-old company is announcing its forth quantum chip, the 2000Q, doubling the number of qubits on its exiting 1000Q chip. The Burnaby, British Columbia based company’s chips fall under a specific class of quantum… Read More

Developers will soon be able to reply to your mean app reviews

10 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

Apple is planning to make big changes to the way iOS and Mac users leave reviews for developers. With the release of iOS 10.3 beta 1 and macOS 10.12.4 beta 1 this morning, Apple introduced two highly requested features for the developer community: a standardized method to ask for reviews, and a way for developers […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Theater Mode, SiriKit coming to Apple Watch in forthcoming watchOS 3.2 beta

10 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Apple Insider

Even though Apple has not yet released a beta for new watchOS system software, it has shared some notes about it, with additions including SiriKit on the Apple Watch, and Theater Mode being implemented in it and not the iPhone as previously rumored.

Apple allowing developers to respond to user reviews in App Stores with iOS 10.3, more improvements coming

10 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Apple Insider

As part of feedback collected by Apple, when iOS 10.3 ships to customers the company is adding the ability for an app's developer to respond to complaints or praise, with the response available for all to see in the App Store -- and more improvements for developers are coming.

Tesla just ramped up its Autopilot system

10 minutes agoTechnology : Mashable: Tech

After a delay, Telsa's new Autopilot is finally ready for mass rollout.  Tesla mastermind Elon Musk first teased the new system, Enhanced Autopilot, for the automaker's HW2 hardware package (which has been included in all new models since October) back in December, but the software release was delayed by bugs. Show More Summary

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