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Google OnHub Can Has Root

It’s always nice to get down to the root directory of a device, especially if the device in question is one that you own. It’s no huge surprise that a Google product allows access to the root directory but the OnHub requires locating the hidden “developer mode” switch which [Maximus64] has done. Show More Summary

Making Love on a Whim

We seek Love like Maru to a box, but dating can be like a cat in a bath. It is not the lack of desire or opportunity that eludes us; it's the lack of presence. As my parents (happy ruby anniversary!) would say, "love is a verb." It requires action. The One. Show More Summary

The Disgusting Coverage of Caleb Bratayley’s Death

Last week, Caleb Logan Bratayley was a 13-year-old kid who was a little bit famous. Then he died. Now he’s really famous. For the past several years, Caleb had appeared on his family’s moderately successful YouTube vlogging channel, Bratayley, on a daily basis. Show More Summary

3 Tech Millennial Entrepreneurs Make It Easy to Like Work

It can be difficult to like traditional work. That’s why, this week, I connected with 3 tech millennial entrepreneurs who are making it easy to like work again. My goal: to share some tricks and tips on making it easy to like work. A...Show More Summary

Elon Musk Cautions Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Against Running 2 Companies

If Dorsey’s work week is anything like Musk’s, he’s going to need large doses of caffeine and a really good alarm clock

These two tech companies engineered next-level connectivity for your vehicle

Technology has gotten so advanced, we now expect any technology with a screen to be as fast and sophisticated as our smartphones. That's particularly true in your vehicle. You can't look at your phone, but when you're driving, you still want to be able to control your navigation, music, and cell phone quickly, with hands-free technology. 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

Rian van der Merwe on A View from a Different Valley: The Analog Revolution

Paper books and vinyl records: they’re not just for hipsters anymore. I’ve tried to hold back on commenting on this cultural shift toward more analog products, because it’s such an easy target for jokes. But I think it’s time for us to face the inevitable: there’s a very peaceful and quiet revolution happening right under our noses. Show More Summary

Sony Xperia Z5 goes up against the iPhone 6S Plus in a real world camera test [VIDEO]

Despite not knowing what Sony’s plans are regarding the launch of the Sony Xperia Z5 here in the states (they recently cancelled the launch of the Verizon Xperia Z4v), the device still has us intrigued. Not only does it look great, but the phone recently received top honors in DxOMark’s list of best smartphone cameras.


Microsoft was founded in 1975. It was called Microsoft because it was a software company. It didn’t make computers—it made the stuff that made computers run. That approach served Microsoft brilliantly for decades. But the company’s fortunes...Show More Summary

Cybersecurity: The Lame Game

It can’t be easy to design computer games for the very paranoid. At various points while trying out the U.K. Cyber Security Challenge games, which were designed to identify and train cybersecurity professionals, I managed to convince...Show More Summary

7,000 Falling Dominoes Make Van Gogh's Starry Night Even More Beautiful

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

FlippyCat—easily the most patient YouTube celebrity —spent around 11 hours recreating Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night using 7,067 carefully stacked dominoes that were then sent tumbling in a glorious chain reaction. Read more...

Arcades: Don’t Call it a Comeback

Video arcades may be a thing of the past, but they’re still alive, well and were ready to play at this year’s World Maker Faire. The offerings weren’t old favorites, all were brand new games many being shown for the first time like the long-awaited VEC9. Show More Summary

Marco Rubio says one startup would've vastly improved life for his mom

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) says that one high-profile "gig-economy" startup would've vastly improved life for one of the most important people in his life: his mother. In a speech in front of an audience of tech industry workers at...Show More Summary

In-app translations in Android Marshmallow

Google Translate is used by more than 500 million people every month, translating more than 100 billion words every single day. Beginning this week, Android mobile users who have the Translate app installed will be able to translateShow More Summary

'Far Cry Primal' Is Too Much of a Good Game

Ubisoft announces a new "Far Cry" set in the Stone Age, but I'm already up to my eyeballs in "Far Cry."

One of the most successful business apps in the world is splitting into three

Atlassian JIRA is going through some big changes, the company announced today, splitting into three separate products. Over the past 13 years, Atlassian's JIRA has gone from a simple bug tracking tool for programmers to the project-tracking software of choice for over 35,000 companies across industries and global borders. Show More Summary

Electronics for Aliens

We are surrounded by displays with “millions” of colors and hundreds of pixels per inch. With super “high fidelity” sound producing what we perceive to be realistic replicas of the real world. Of course this is not the case, we rarely stop and think how our electronic systems have been crafted around the limitations of human perception. Show More Summary

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