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Hong Kong hosts Valentine's Day with 25,000 LED roses

HONG KONG (AP) — It's like a romantic scene out of one of South Korea's sappy soap dramas — tens of thousands of illuminated roses forming an impressive backdrop for the lead actor and actress to declare their love for each other. The...Show More Summary

Test for Internet Connectivity the Windows Way

A PowerShell function for testing Internet connectivity using the Network Connectivity Status Indicator (NCSI) mechanism

Tsutomu Nihei's Seminal Manga 'Blame!' Is Getting Reprinted

Not long after covering Biomega, news has surfaced that Vertical Comics will be reprinting Tsutomu Nihei’s Blame!, his first major manga work.

Blizzard believes mobile is the future, VR taking the back seat

Blizzard knows the importance of mobile gaming and the need to adapt to this evolving market. What's next?

Scalia death prompts praise, criticism on Twitter - CNET

7 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia inspires tweets from conservatives, liberals, famous folk and regular Joes.

We're Streaming iOS Games Live on Mobcrush [Saturday Night Variety with Carter]

We're streaming live on Mobcrush right now. There's a couple different ways you can watch the stream, and they all work equally well and it's really just a matter of personal preference as to which method you prefer. The easiest way to watch is just watching the embedded player right here on TouchArcade. In the

Mice Prefer Action Movies to Porn, Study Suggests

Mice may prefer watching mouse-action movies to mouse-pornography, according to a team of Japanese researchers. Led by Shigeru Watanabe of Keio University, the team played videos for mice on iPods and noted how long the mice paid attention. The subjects were shown three different videos: one was sniffing related, another pornographic (for a mouse), and another […]

This Kid Predicted What 2016 Would Be Like In 1996. He Was Adorably Wrong

Back in 1996 a young boy wrote a letter for school with predictions about the year 2016. Christopher Janitz was just nine years old and little did he know his mother would save that letter and present it to him on his 29th birthday. More »      

Experience Australia's Four Seasons In This Beautiful Melbourne Timelapse

There’s an old saying — go to Melbourne if you want to experience all four seasons in one day. It’s not literally true, of course, though you can get close by simply watching this excellent timelapse from photographer Alexander Chin, which maps the city’s seasons, side by side, in a single video. More »      

Samsung's Gear VR can now take golf fans on the PGA Tour

It's a little hard to believe that something called the "Waste Management Phoenix Open" is one of the biggest events in golf, but hey — now you don't need to shell out tons of cash to explore the event's signature course. All it takes is a Samsung Gear VR, a compatible phone and the PGA's new Tour VR app to take a closer look at some sweet club-on-ball action. Source: PGA Tour

Emoji Desking + Seating Series helps meet childrens’ sensory needs

Communication among humans have definitely evolved across time and space, where back in the early days of humanity, it was believed that simple grunts and gestures got the message across, and if there was a thick skull in the neighborhood where it was difficult to convey something, then nothing quite like a good whack over the head got the job done. Show More Summary

Triumph upgrades Tiger Sport with revised engine and electronic safety systems

8 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

One of Triumph's best-selling models, the Tiger Sport, has received a host of updates for 2016. The 1050 cc in-line triple engine has been redesigned for more torque and lower fuel consumption, coupled with an electronic throttle, aShow More Summary

Apple Needs To Remember How To Fail Gracefully

Apple's iPhone team has had a rough week in the spotlight. Error 53 may be rooted in Tim Cook's approach to security, but it was pitched as a software error that 'bricked' devices when the secure elements of an iOS-powered device were disrupted. Show More Summary

SCOTUS Judge Antonin Scalia Found Dead in Texas

Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice for the U.S. Supreme Court, was found dead of apparent natural causes on Saturday, February 13. He had been visiting a luxury resort in Marfa, Texas, according to federal officials. Scalia was 79. The late SCOTUS Justice was a guest at the Cibolo Creek Ranch. He arrived there on Friday and attended a party […]

Artificial Intelligence Could Leave Half The World Unemployed In Just 30 Years

Artificial intelligence could leave more than half of the world unemployed within 30 years, according to one expert. Current technologies already have the potential to automate a surprisingly large percentage of most tasks performed by human workers today, and advances in the field could have devastating effects on occupations across the board. Show More Summary

How Much Faster Can You Boil A Kettle With Thermite?

As we’ve seen in the past, Colin Furze has the right mix of crazy inventor and mad scientist. His latest excessively unsafe experiment? Boiling a kettle with thermite. Yes, that thermite. More »      

X-Doria reveals Defense Shield case for iPhone 6s

Owning a brand new smartphone is definitely a joy for anyone, but the trick is to make sure that your smartphone remains in as pristine a condition as much as possible, as this always leaves some room for you to actually sell off your handset or get a fairer trade-in value when you would like to make an upgrade. Having said that, the folks over at X-Doria knows this, which...

Back to the Future Iced DeLorean Collector Set

We are now in the year 2016, but it sure as heck does not look as though many of the ideas from the Back to the Future science fiction series has managed to take off, although the hoverboard has somewhat gained some progress – but it is not mainstream as yet, and self-tying shoelaces? Good luck seeing them being a standard issue feature on new pairs of shoes. Still, this...

Going Against the Flow: Sabrina Parsons, CEO of Palo Alto Software

Sabrina Parsons is the CEO of Palo Alto Software. Her team develops software and tools like LivePlan for entrepreneurs and small-business owners. Sabrina blogs at MommyCEO.org and Forbes Women, where she writes about running a business while balancing her business life with her husband and three young sons. Show More Summary

Exclusive: 'PJ Masks' Toys, Playsets And Outfits

Just Play draw back curtain on PJ Masks toys, playsets and outfits at New York Toy Fair 2016.

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