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What the sky would look like if you could see all the asteroids

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Here’s a really cool visualization from astronomer Scott Manley that shows what our sky might look like if we could actually see all the asteroids. Asteroids aren’t visible to the naked eye because they’re too small to register but Manley was able to reveal the known asteroids and speed them up to exaggerate how they would look in real life. Read more...

Sprint fixes the stupidly low video cap on its new 'All-in' plan

This morning Sprint announced it planned to "end consumer confusion and frustration" with an "All-in" pricing plan that combined unlimited data with a two-year phone lease for $80 total. The only problem? An absurd limit capping video streams at 600kbps. Show More Summary

Can Chris Christie Bounce Back?

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie jumped into the crowded Republican presidential race Tuesday with a promise to bring his brand of muscular, blunt leadership to the White House. But the same forceful persona he touted as the ultimate...Show More Summary

European Union to Abolish Mobile Roaming Charges by 2017

Mobile roaming charges are to be abolished across Europe within two years after the European Union agreed to a preliminary deal Tuesday. As of June 2017, tourists and travellers will pay the same rates for calls, texts and data anywhere...Show More Summary

Verizon Says Droid Turbo Lollipop 5.1 Update Pushing Wednesday

Verizon Wireless said the Motorola Droid Turbo will be updated to Android 5.1 Lollipop beginning the afternoon of Wednesday, July 1. The update will be delivered in phases over a few weeks. Customers will be able to manually update their phones over the air if they wish. The update is free.

A Sexperiment: Men Are Given A Menstrual Cup And Have No Clue What It Is [Video]

It’s no secret that men are clueless when it comes to women’s periods. The furthest they know is to give the special woman in their life chocolate when it is that time of the month. So, the video we are about to share with you is a pretty good example of that. Produced and uploaded […]

Facebook Messenger payments are now available to everyone in the US

With the help of former PayPal president David Marcus, Facebook first rolled out its payment platform on Messenger last month for users in New York City. Today, the feature is now available to all users in the US. Messenger P2P PaymentsWe’re...Show More Summary

Apple releases iTunes 12.2 update with Apple Music + Beats 1 support

In addition to iOS 8.4 and OS X 10.10.4, Apple has released a new version of iTunes for Mac that brings Apple Music to the desktop. The update also supports streaming Apple’s new Beats 1 24/7 live radio station.In addition to the My Music, Playlists, Radio, and iTunes Store tabs under Music on iTunes, the […]

Test your skills on the track with CSR Racing for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone

Racing fans, you now have another option for revving up those engines and competing on Windows Phone and Windows 8.1. CSR Racing is a new free-to-play title that puts over 90 licensed cars at your fingertips with the ability to race and compete online for a top spot on the global leaderboards.

Pinterest begins rolling out buyable Pins to iPhone and iPad app users in the US

Earlier this month, Pinterest announced plans to let its iPhone and iPad app users in the US purchase items. Now support for buyable Pins has started to roll out for Apple's devices. Pinterest says: You'll start seeing buyable Pins all over Pinterest—in your home feed, on boards you love, and in search results. Show More Summary

Sony to Open Crowdfunding Site for Employees' Business Ideas

Sony plans to open a crowdfunding site to seek public support for its employees’ business ideas, another effort by CEO Kazuo Hirai to boost innovation at the company.

Algorithms are coming to Twitter: Here's how it can avoid becoming Facebook

Like other long-time users -- particularly in media -- I enjoy Twitter the way it is. Yes, it took work to build the community of newsgatherers, comedians, philosophers, and potheads that populate my feed, and the relationships and my experience of them are deeper because of it. Show More Summary

Devil Shard by Game Stew is now free!

Free for a limited time on the App Store! Get it now: Copyright © iPhone App )

Olympus AIR A01 Smartphone-Controlled Camera

Olympus just announced its AIR A01 camera, which is basically a lens, which is operated wirelessly from a smart device. The idea is to get rid of the phone’s body and use a smartphone as a “brain” to capture and edit photos. The AIR A01 brings what the smartphone can never have: a huge, interchangeable, lens. Show More Summary

W10M: Microsoft Edge now supports background playback for videos and music

Windows 10 brings a handful of new goodies. One of the major new features on Windows 10 is Edge – Microsoft’s new browser which replaces Internet Explorer on Windows 10 Mobile. Microsoft Edge comes with a new rendering engine, design, some new features and much more. Microsoft has been adding new features to Microsoft Edge […]

GigSky leverages Apple SIM to offer iPad cellular data plans in 90+ countries/territories

Despite lackluster support from major carrier partners, Apple’s carrier-agnostic Apple SIM demonstrated its potential today with the announcement that GigSky — “the first global mobile network designed for travelers” — will offer short-term iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 cellular data plans in over 90 countries and territories. “Now there’s no need to pick-up […]

/r/pocalypse Now: “Reddit Alternative” Trends on Google

REDDIT (SND) — The “front page of the internet” continues to protest the firing of admin Victoria Taylor. The site’s moderators are demanding more transparency and better communication between the reddit staff and community. Some users are even calling for CEO Ellen Pao to be replaced by Taylor. The incident has led some to speculate we […]

5 Sites to Easily Start Your Blog Using Evernote, Trello or WordPress

Want to start a blog or website as quickly as possible? Here are a few sites that make it easy. Blogger and WordPress are arguably the easiest two platforms for starting your own blog, but we wanted to know if there was anything easier out there. Show More Summary

Path on – Swipe to Type by Peta Vision is now free!

Free for a limited time on the App Store! Get it now: Copyright © iPhone App )

A Guide to Surviving the Portuguese Man-o-War Invasion

A long, holiday weekend seems like the perfect time to slip off to the beach. Which also makes it the perfect time for Portuguese man-o-wars to make their attack—when we're all too drunk on freedom and sun-stroked on freedom to resist. Show More Summary

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