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Force Touch Was Initially An iPhone 6s Plus Exclusive

Based on the rumors of Apple’s next-gen iPhones, it seems that Force Touch will be one of the handsets’ new features. However if you might recall, a report from last month suggested that Force Touch could be an exclusive iPhone 6s Plus feature. Show More Summary

OracleVoice: Data Capital Disrupts, Except When It Doesn't

Not every company will be disrupted, but no company is immune. Every company creates value through activities that both use and produce information. As a result, every company has some exposure to data capital.

Twitter Automates 'Amplify', As It Pushes The Live-Video Ad Product Into News, Entertainment

For the past two years, advertisers have used Twitter's ad product Amplify to show users instant replays from heated sports games or what favorite celebrities are wearing, live from the red carpet. Both Twitter and marketers love the product, as it has generated plenty of revenue for the company and raises awareness around brands. But Amplify [...]

Deliverd uses downtime at cafes, bars – even a homeless charity kitchen – to make your lunch

There’s no shortage of tech-infused ways to get a meal delivered. Postmates and Deliveroo will pick up a dish from a local restaurant for you; GrubHub, JustEat and the like do the same for takeaway food, while subscription services like NatureBox and Graze can send you a steady stream of snacks. Show More Summary

Deal of the Week: Linux Learner Bundle

This week's deal of the week is all about Linux. As you may know, I have installed Linux some time ago on a laptop and started to play around with the operating system. There is much to learn if you only have used other operating systems so far and while the web is a great […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

FIFA corruption scandal hints at possible Nike involvement

New information in the FIFA corruption case suggests that Nike might also be involved in the massive scandal, after nine FIFA officials and five corporate executives were indicted earlier this week on corruption charges. DON’T MISS:Show More Summary

Someone stole a truck filled with copies of Nintendo's new game

Somebody really wanted to get their hands on Nintendo's Splatoon game for Wii U. Ars Technica reports that a truck full of copies of the shooter game was stolen while on its way from Nintendo's European warehouse to deliver the games to video game chain GAME. Show More Summary

Obama's day: Hurricane Center

President tours the National Hurricane Center in Miami.        

EU Defends Digital Single Market Plans

A top EU policy maker said the bloc’s plans to push through a single digital market will benefit U.S. Internet giants.

The ISS Is Being Torn Apart (and Neatly Put Back Together)

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Yesterday, the International Space S1tation’s Permanent Multipurpose Module known as Leonardo was detached from the spacecraft. But don’t worry: it was part of a planned move, in order to make it easier for more visiting spacecraft to dock with the orbiting laboratory. Read more...

Driving an Amped-Up Car in the Virtual World

PSFK writers were invited to the unveiling of Castrol's latest VR-incorporating marketing campaign

The evolution of Rust

Graydon Hoare is the original developer of Rust even before Mozilla adopted it. For the 1.0 release he prepared a lightning talk on how the language changed over 10 years. He only published some bullet points, but the topic list is interesting...Show More Summary

?Apple working on fix for bug that crashes iPhones with a text message

Apple will fix the bug that allows an attacker to crash an iPhone by sending a special string of characters in a text message.

Security vuln allows Android app tampering through single URL click

A serious security flaw discovered in the Apache Cordova developer framework could allow for malicious injections into Android apps.

Granular permissions control to be announced at Google I/O

The Wall Street Journal reports that Google is finally going to give users control over exactly what permissions they want to grant to each app.

The Empire Strikes Back Darth Vader Egg Attack Figure

This Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back Darth Vader Egg Attack Figure is pretty adorable. It makes the fearsome Vader a little less fearsome, but no less awesome. He has 21 points of articulation and is made with compound material. The figure is also painted with expert technique, perfectly capturing the texture […]

Why I Don't Listen to What My Employees Tell Me

1 hour agoTechnology : The Goods

In the elusive quest for candid employee feedback, sometimes direct sources aren't always best.

Crafty fingering could let Apple Watch thieves raid your bank account

Artful dodge nets access to linked credit cards Deft watch thieves could circumvent the biometric security in an Apple Watch to empty your bank account.…

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