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This Is The Coolest Wall Clock I've Ever Seen

Video: One of the walls of the Ham Yard Hotel, in London, displays this amazingly cool wall clock composed by 135 traditional clocks. The hands are synchronised to display not only time but also beautiful geometric shapes. More »   ...

NASA announces plans for "space taxis"

America is one step closer to leaping back into manned space launches. Two American companies have won government contracts to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station. Craig Boswell reports.

Top-Ranked U.S. General Says American Troops May Fight ISIS on the Ground

The U.S. military's top-ranked officer believes American ground forces could join Iraqi and Kurdish troops on the ground in the fight against the Islamic State. Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said as much...Show More Summary

Kristen Wiig and Ellen DeGeneres Have No Idea How 'Let It Go' Goes

Kristen Wiig and Ellen Degeneres have somehow managed to skate along in 2014 without knowing the words to Frozen's "Let It Go." But yesterday on Ellen, that ended. We lost two great souls to the "Let It Go" cover epidemic. ButterflyShow More Summary

You can now remove that U2 album from your iPhone

Apple has released a tool that will let users remove its free gift to all iTunes users -- U2's newest album, "Songs of Innocence." The tech giant and the mega-band gave the album to Apple customers for free last week, claiming that the instant distribution was the world's largest ever album launch. But not everyone was pleased to […]

Android users: Apple just made it even easier to switch to iPhone 6

In one of its boldest moves of the year, Samsung released a commercial explaining that the iPhone 6 isn’t exactly a fresh idea. In fact, the Galaxy Note 4, Samsung’s fourth flagship phablet, is heading to store shelves next month, but Apple wasn’t going to let the snark slide by without some form of retaliation. Show More Summary

Video: Apple CEO Tim Cook attacks Google and Amazon in new interview

In the second part of Charlie Rose’s interview with Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO focused on the company’s stance on user privacy, with the exec saying that for Apple, the buyer isn’t the product. Cook also revealed some interesting details about Apple’s dealings with the NSA during the interview, which can be watched below. Show More Summary

Be aware, be careful, be prepared for iCloud Drive

If you use iCloud: you need to be really, very, no-I-am-not-exaggerating, super careful when you upgrade to iOS 8. Otherwise you could break iCloud syncing to all of your Macs. I hope I have your attention. When you are setting up a new iOS 8...

The Most Expensive Apple Watch Could Cost Five Grand (AAPL)

Last week Apple unveiled the Apple Watch and insiders have already begun speculating how much the device might cost. We know the least expensive model, Apple Watch Sport, will start at $349. But the 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition could retail for as much as $4,999, according to Apple insider Josh Gruber. Show More Summary

? Apple Watch: Initial Thoughts and Observations

I think Apple Watch prices are going to be shockingly high — gasp-inducingly, get-me-to-the-fainting-couch high — from the perspective of the tech industry. But at the same time, there is room for them to be disruptively low from the perspective of the traditional watch and jewelry world.

Xbook One: the Xbox One shrinks to laptop size

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The Xbox one gets a drastic size reduction in this mod, and ends up both portable and beautiful for it. …

Attorney general wants to quiz Tim Cook about Apple Watch privacy

Tim Cook may have been on the receiving end of welcoming notes from other watchmakers now the Apple Watch has been announced, but not every note has been so friendly. On Monday, the office of Connecticut attorney general George Jepsen revealed … Read more ›

Everything you could possibly want to know about the Galaxy Note 4

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 was the most hotly anticipated phablet of the year until Apple came along last week and unveiled its first entry into the supersized smartphone market. Now, the iPhone 6 Plus has stolen the limelight and since...Show More Summary

It's amazing what artists can do with an iPad and a stylus

Despite Steve Jobs' assertion at the launch of the iPad in 2010 that it was more of a "content consumption tool" than something that people would use to create content, exactly the opposite has been true. Musicians use iPads on stage for a variety of...

Peter Thiel: Google Is A Monopoly (And It's A Good Thing)

In his new book "Zero to One," PayPal cofounder, billionaire tech investor, and suit-hater Peter Thiel argues that Google is a monopoly — and every company should want to be one, too. Thiel says a monopoly is "a kind of company that's...Show More Summary

Svenskeren uses racist summoner name on Taiwan server, forced to apologize

While most of the world's best League of Legends players are preparing for the games at the World Championships in October, SK Gaming are already dealing with problems outside the tournament.

Here's Why Tim Cook Keeps Photos Of Martin Luther King And Robert Kennedy In His Office (AAPL)

Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with Charlie Rose at PBS News last week for a two-part interview, the second half of which aired Monday night. Rose pressed Cook on Apple, but also asked him about his personal values. Cook was unflinching about how others should be treated. Show More Summary

Leaked screenshots appear to show off Windows 9’s Cortana

For those of you who don’t know, Cortana is the Windows Phone virtual assistant. She’s like Siri, but is generally considered as being far superior that what Apple has to offer. Rumours have indicated that Cortana would be making the jump to desktops with Windows 9, and these screenshots seem to confirm it — as well as letting us see... Show More Summary

Tim Cook’s Charlie Rose Interview

Easily the best and most interesting interview with Tim Cook I’ve ever seen. A must-watch for anyone interested in Apple and Cook’s leadership. Part two airs tonight. (It’s Hulu, alas, so I suspect it isn’t available worldwide.) ?

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