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5 Interesting Ways Blockchain Technology Is Being Used Right Now

Even if you don’t own any cryptocurrency, odds are good that you know someone who does. “Bitcoin” and “blockchain” have entered the modern vocabulary, and they seem to be here to stay – but are they good for anything besides speculation...Show More Summary

Long-Time Doctor Who Composer Murray Gold Isn't Returning For Season 11

Change is in the air on Gallifrey, and it isn't just who's holding the sonic screwdriver. Doctor Who's upcoming season will feature a new showrunner, a new Doctor and a new composer - since the composer who's been there since the revival's beginning won't be coming back to the TARDIS. More »      

The Remastered Version of 2008 Cult Hit Flash Game 'The Majesty of Colors' Finally Arriving February 28th

Well it has been QUITE a while since we first learned that Future Proof Games would be remastering and re-releasing Gregory Avery-Weir's cult Flash game hit The Majesty of Colors on mobile and desktop platforms back in August of 2016, but never fear as the project is still alive and in fact it even has

Florida Lawmakers Strike Down Motion to Hear Bill That Bans Assault Rifles

The motion comes less than a week after a gunman killed 17 people at a Florida high school.

Facebook is seeking a tech journalist and a #content creator

Facebook is looking to hire two editors, one focused on managing technology-related stories and the other working with the company's Creative Shop for brand campaigns.  The recent job descriptions align with Facebook's efforts to be more transparent and to provide meaningful interactions. Show More Summary

A Sad Farewell to Swype, the Third-Party Keyboard I Once Loved

Mobile operating systems keeping getting more powerful and feature-packed, and their cannibalizing the user bases of third-party apps in the process. We’ve seen it dozens of times.As Apple’s Safari and Google’s Chrome browser added read-it-later features, the need for separate read-it-later apps disappeared. Show More Summary

Mozilla and NSF awards $380K to small projects connecting the unconnected

The FCC may be hard at work at “bridging the digital divide,” as Chairman Pai so frequently puts it, and the Connect America Fund II will help. But while the big players are setting up, people all over the U.S. are going without reliable internet. Show More Summary

FCC's Net Neutrality Reversel to Go Into Effect Thursday

The FCC is prepared to publish its order abolishing Obama-era net neutrality rules in the Federal Register on Thursday, the last act needed to put the change into effect. The rules will be made public in their final form on Wednesday, according to an unnamed source cited by Reuters, and will appear in the Federal Register the following day. Show More Summary

McDonald's Szechuan Sauce is coming back, but it might be a trap - CNET

5 hours agoTechnology : CNET: News

Seriously McD's, stop toying with us. Either release The Sauce, or don't.

You can put this adorable Chewie down for a Star Wars nap - CNET

5 hours agoTechnology : CNET: News

FurReal Friends Ultimate Co-pilot Chewbacca responds to your voice and touch and looks so cute when sleeping.

See Boston Dynamics push its door-opening dog robot around - CNET

5 hours agoTechnology : CNET: News

Humans are still in charge in a new video showing Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robo-dog getting yanked around with a hockey stick and a butt leash.

Top 6 iOS Apps To Spy On Text Messages

5 hours agoTechnology : Fromdev

The smartphone has become an integral part of a person’s life, not only adult but children too. With the improvement in GPS, apps and can track your movements and that is why parents are concerned about security and safety of their children.  Kids...Show More Summary

Spotify Might Be Planning to Build Its Own Smart Home Speaker

Today, we’ve got a wonderful example of our favorite kind of speculation — conclusions drawn from job openings! They don’t say anything concrete, but hey, that company can’t be hiring for that position for no reason, right? Well, music...Show More Summary

The iPhone X is causing Samsung problems – just not the way we predicted

For the second time in a matter of days, a report from Asia claims that Apple’s iPhone X is seriously hurting Samsung. It’s just not the way we thought back when the iPhone X launched. Weaker-than-expected sales forced Apple to revise its iPhone X parts orders, these reports say. Show More Summary

An Amazon HQ2 clue? Strange web traffic hints at interest in this one county

The county board members of Arlington, Virginia might be doing a happy dance right about now, because it looks like Amazon is researching the shortlisted "Northern Virginia" area as a possible location for its second headquarters, HQ2. Thanks...Show More Summary

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