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The Best of Gizmodo This Week

8 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

This week at Gizmodo, we got our hands on Buckminster Fuller’s FBI file, recounted your worst PayPal horror stories, told you why you need to stop drinking bottled water, and hung out with Neal Stephenson to chat about his latest novel. Here are the highlights. Read more...

Forbidden Fruit Machine

Here’s another example of how today’s rapid-prototyping technologies are allowing Artists and Craftsmen to create interactive works of art rapidly and easily. [Kati Hyypa] and [Niklas Roy] teamed up to transform a classic painting in to an interactive exhibit. It’s a painting of Adam, Eve and the apple with a joystick attached. Show More Summary

The Anti-Uber Ridesharing App Just Scored Its First Big Win

Image: Grant Wickes/Flickr Taxi lines are about to get shorter at New York City’s LaGuardia airport, thanks to a new ridesharing technology that actually allows users to share rides. Bandwagon is a Brooklyn-based ridesharing startupShow More Summary

'Pac-Man' 35th Anniversary is This Weekend, and the iOS Game's Been Updated

Happy 35th birthday, Pac-Man! The yellow gobbler of pellets has been kicking around the gaming world ever since the original Pac-Man's release back on May 22, 1980. Namco's rolled out some festivities for this notable date in gaming history. The Pac-Man [$4.99 / Free] game for iOS, largely an adaptation of the original, has gotten

Innos D6000 Sports Pair Of Batteries

It goes without saying that modern day smartphones tend to have a whole lot of features, and useful ones at that, too, which make our life a whole lot easier and more convenient, but on the other hand, the smartphones also do not last too long. Show More Summary

T-Mobile Nexus 6 To Obtain Wi-Fi Calling Among Others This Weekend

It was not too long ago that we mentioned how Wi-Fi calling could very well make its way to the Nexus 6 via T-Mobile within a week or so, and it looks as though the patient waiting will finally pay off, as T-Mobile’s Nexus 6 is set to...Show More Summary

GeekWatch Brings Old School Calculator To Apple Watch

I am quite sure that by now, there have been a whole lot of folks who have compared the Apple Watch to the classic Casio calculator watch, and surely when this happens, the inevitable will follow. Some smart aleck has decided to forge ahead and come up with an app that will surely resonate with the older generation, calling it GeekWatch. Show More Summary

Why Apple’s cable-killing TV service might be delayed

Earlier this year, we learned that Apple was beginning to get serious about launching a web TV service of its own — something to compete with the other over-the-top services that have started popping up around the market. Having its name attached to the service will be a plus, but Apple wants to truly differentiate itself from the competition. Show More Summary

Man Stumbles on Choreographed Dance Group Performance in Destiny [Video]

A fantastic choreographed dance performance by Destiny clan Husky Raid. The show starts at 2:00. Check it out! [davidsondavidson99] The post Man Stumbles on Choreographed Dance Group Performance in Destiny [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Don’t Miss These Android Stories: May 22, 2015

Next week is a big one, folks. Google I/O 2015. We’re expecting Android M talk, news about Android Wear, Android TV, Android Auto, Project Fi, and countless other projects Google has going on. But don’t worry, we will be there to bring you all of the breaking stories. Show More Summary

Aria module will bring gesture control to Android Wear and Pebble Time

Aria is an add-on module that you clip onto your Android Wear or Pebble Time watch, allowing you to control either of these platforms with various gestures.

‘WellBe’ Calm Then: New Bracelet Helps Your Well-Being

Do you want to kick stress in the butt? What would you say if a small bracelet and app could help you become more calm and relaxed? Soon WellBe will hit the market. But will it really help improve your well-being?

Best animal stories of the week

8 hours agoTechnology : Tech Talk

A tweeting shark, microscopic beauties and the 10 coolest species you've never heard of (because we didn't know they existed)

Android Central 237: The Google I/O Preview!

The time has arrived. Or, rather, it'll arrive May 28-29. In San Francisco. For that is when the 2015 edition of the Google I/O developer conference is upon us. Or, rather, we're upon it. And so in this week's podcast we preview the things that shall come in the week hence. Show More Summary

Android 5.1 is now available for the NVIDIA Shield Tablet

The NVIDIA Shield Tablet is receiving an update to Android 5.1, which brings a number of performance improvements to the device. NVIDIA is pushing out an update for its Shield Tablet that improves performance and responsiveness, adds support for Android for Work and more. The update to Android 5.1 is available on the tablet now as for users.

Don't Freak Out About Apple Watch Sales Declines

There are lies, there are damned lies, and then there are statistics. There are reports that analysis firm Slice Intelligence has noticed a slowing and decline in Apple Watch sales since its launch. Some analysts have reduced their projections for Apple Watch sales down to as far as 15 million sales. And really, the PR

iOS 9 Version For Older Models Being Built?

It does look as though there has been much that has been going on concerning Apple’s upcoming iOS 9. So far, we have heard that there might be a Home app with the operating system, not to mention the use of the “San Francisco” font,Show More Summary

BlackBerry cuts more jobs as it changes its focus from phones (BBRY)

BlackBerry is cutting jobs around the world, mostly in its devices business, as it works to move its focus away from making loss-leading smartphones and towards higher-margin businesses like security, privacy, business software, and smart appliances, reports the Hamilton Spectator. Show More Summary

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