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Newsletter: Two Tech Giants Shake Hands & Google Assistant Goes For Gender Neutrality!

QUOTE OF THE DAY “Any science or technology which is sufficiently advanced is indistinguishable from magic” ~ Arthur C. Clarke MICROSOFT JOINS HANDS WITH SAMSUNG ON MIXED REALITY  THE STORY Microsoft sets eyes on dominating mixed reality...Show More Summary

Unbelievable Crap That Exists In The Name of Technology

Who doesn’t love gadgets, especially when we’re surrounded in a digital world full of new technologies and digital applications. But sometimes our love for buying or creating new technologies gets too far, leading to useless ploys that hardly any purpose. Show More Summary

7 Extremely Annoying Supporting Characters in Video Games

Video games have surely come of age and have become an essential part of digital entertainment. Several game characters such as Mario, Sonic and Samus Aran have surely become pop culture icons. But while these characters shined through and became loved by millions, there were some extremely cringeworthy video game characters too. Show More Summary

Telegram founder knew ISIS was using his service before Paris attacks (updated)

Secure messaging service Telegram announced on Wednesday it had shut down 78 ISIS-related channels since the deadly attacks on Paris and Beirut, alongside a statement saying the company was "disturbed to learn that Telegram's publicShow More Summary

Telegram founder knew ISIS was using his service before Paris attacks

Secure messaging service Telegram announced on Wednesday it had shut down 78 ISIS-related channels since the deadly attacks on Paris and Beirut, alongside a statement saying the company was "disturbed to learn that Telegram's publicShow More Summary

ICYMI: Mobile music making, skateboard stroller and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: The iMaschine 2 app uses Apple's 3D Touch to record the difference in how hard you tap to make beats, a big upgrade since our wasted days using Simon. Construction on the Giant Magellan Telescope in Chile is finally going to begin, three years after the country first blew up a mountain peak where it will be located. Show More Summary

ICYMI: HoloLens gaming, walking talking robot phone and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: The RoBoHon is a 7-inch tall smartphone robot that can also dance, walk and talk and basically simultaneously creep out and amaze all your family and friends. Microsoft is busy dreaming up the next HoloLens...Show More Summary

ICYMI: Grippy robot hands, smarten up your dumb car and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: MIT developed robotic hands of pliable silicon that are also studded with pressure sensors so it knows how tightly to hold something. A small dashboard camera and advanced computer vision software are being tested in the San Francisco Bay Area to record potential roadway hazards and track the drivers eyes. Show More Summary

Tinder's 'Super Like' is now available to all

Swiping right on Tinder is a simple to tell someone that you like them, but what if you want them to know that you really, really, really, really, really like them? That's what Super Like is for, a swipe up (or blue star) that signifies that you're developing more than a passing interest in another person. Show More Summary

Nauto's dash cam promises to make old cars a little smarter

As much as we would love a self-driving ride with fancy pedestrian detection technology, nobody thought to add it to our '96 Dodge Stratus. Thankfully a new startup called Nauto is hoping to remedy this issue with a plug-in kit that, when it launches, will provide you with some of the perks that come with buying a new car. Show More Summary

ICYMI: Bro-saving weight bench, 4-gram robot and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: A weight bench designed for people who want to lift alone has a hydraulic foot lever to save yourself from injury. A 4-gram robot can move two different ways: As an inchworm, or by flicking itself in the air with flippers that get a charge from a mild electric current. Show More Summary

ICYMI: Farming indoors, realistic robot baby study and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: University of California San Diego researchers are using the creepiest baby robot you have ever seen (seriously) to compare how human babies get parents to respond with loving facial expressions. Canada...Show More Summary

ICYMI: Internet of balls, telepresence tourists and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: A new basketball has a tracking chip that can tell the difference between a swish and airball. It also syncs with an app that tracks stats and lets the user know how they're doing. Now even the ultimate staycation lazybums can still tour museums and famous spots around the US with telepresence robots. Show More Summary

ICYMI: Homo sapien ancestor, AR Pokemon game and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: We are pumped about the discovery of a previously unknown homo sapien ancestor who looked ape-like but still cared enough to bury its dead. Color blind people who have long struggled with watching TV will have the option of buying a device that has a chipset designed to boost colors for their needs. Show More Summary

ICYMI: Coral protector bot, non-ugly wearable glasses & more

Today on In Case You Missed It: The nation's largest vision insurance company, VSP, is beta-testing wearable health-tracking glasses and somehow they don't even look ridiculous. An autonomous robot submarine is patrolling coral reefs and killing the starfish that normally eat coral, to preserve the reef. Show More Summary

Windows 10 won't run old games with dodgy copy protection

Do you recall the bad old days of PC games in the mid-2000s, when titles were loaded with copy protection that was not only a hassle, but horribly insecure? Well, Microsoft does -- and that could be a problem if you're trying to run some of those vintage games on Windows 10. Show More Summary

ICYMI: Google's face-policing API, Rage Rooms and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: Google's new API for Android applications comes with face detection that can tell if you're smiling or not. Then there's the trend in Rage Rooms that looks like too much fun to keep to ourselves. And a...Show More Summary

Dr. Dre's 'Compton' is an Apple Music exclusive

If you want to listen to Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre before it arrives on Friday, Apple Music has you covered. Cupertino's streaming service will offer an "exclusive" stream of Dr. Dre's new album starting Thursday at 9 PM ET and running to 12 AM ET when it's officially released. Show More Summary

HBO Now hits Android devices, coming soon to Chromecast and Fire TV

After HBO Now was announced for Apple devices earlier this year, the network promised to bring it to the Android faithful this summer. Well, the time has come. If you own an Android phone or tablet, you can now access the standalone TV streaming option for $15 a month. Show More Summary

ICYMI: Wave-generated power, British films and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: The British Film Institute is releasing thousands of mostly personal historical films online, but you'll need a VPN to watch them from the U.S. We particularly enjoy this Sean Connery-narrated film. Google's...Show More Summary

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