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Coolest, but Least Secure, Security Device

[Matikas] apparently forgets to lock the screen on his computer when he gets up to grab a coffee. And he apparently works with a bunch of sharks: “If you don’t [lock it], one of your colleagues will send email to the whole company that you invite them to get some beer (on your bill, of course).” Not saying we haven’t done similar, mind you. Show More Summary

100 Ways To Annoy The Fuck Out Of Your Significant Other (That Will Be Really Fun For YOU)

Randomly select "Log out of all devices" on Netflix from another computer and then RUN FOR YOUR LIFE.

Will Your Cellphone Give You Cancer?

Recent research has been interpreted as suggesting that cellphones cause cancer. But Gina Kolata explains that the overwhelming evidence suggests that there is no link between the devices and the disease.

Those rumors of an all-glass iPhone just got a lot more realistic

Even though it’s way too early to be talking about the 2017 iPhone, rumors about the device continue to persist. Thus far, the rumors have suggested that the 2017 iPhone (maybe the iPhone 7S?) will return to an all-glass design. This was first floated by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo back in March.  SEE ALSO: So many leaks. Show More Summary

The upcoming Echo-like Apple TV might include a camera (AAPL)

Apple is building an intelligent home assistant device to compete with Amazon's Echo. On Thursday we learned that it will likely come embedded in the next Apple TV, rather than as a standalone speaker. And now, on Friday, CNET reports...Show More Summary

Report: Samsung Pay Will Soon Move Into Online Payments too, on Both Android and iOS

To help boost the amount of users making purchases through Samsung Pay, Samsung is reportedly working on an extension to the existing Samsung Pay platform that will be available to both Android and iOS devices, as well as online for desktop users. Show More Summary

Samsung looking to revolutionize mobile payments across iOS and Android with Samsung Pay Mini

Samsung is rumored to be working a new way to manage making online purchases with your mobile devices, and this service will work across Android and iOS.

Thermo Fisher to Acquire FEI for $4.2 billion

Thermo, a maker of devices and materials for scientific research, will incorporate FEIs electron microscopy platform into one of its units.

Backpack PCs will help you avoid VR cable catastrophe

HP revealed an arsenal of new gaming gear yesterday, but it had one more device up it's sleeve. Another PC that's part of the recently announced Omen line is a backpack machine that's VR-ready. It's still in development, so details are...Show More Summary

Apple might put its Amazon Echo competitor INSIDE the next Apple TV (AAPL)

Earlier this week we learned about Apple's plans to build "an Amazon Echo-like device." You shouldn't be surprised by that: Amazon Echo is an extremely popular product, and Google will soon release a similar product called Home. ButShow More Summary

Treated paper warns users of impending sunburn

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

As any dermatologist will tell you, it's important to know when to get out of the sunlight – or at least, when to apply more sunscreen. As a result, there are now various UV exposure-monitoring devices that tell us when to seek the shade. Show More Summary

5 reasons why I prefer Pebble over Android Wear

Some will say that Pebble is falling behind and can't compete with Android Wear's features, but really the Pebble just offers a different perspective. No matter how many times I try Android Wear devices, I always end up back with Pebble.

ZTE unveils the Google Daydream-ready Axon 7 and ZTE VR headset

ZTE has announced its latest flagship, the ZTE Axon 7, and this Google Daydream-ready device will be available with some impressive specs for under $500 later this year.

Harnessing solar and wind energy in one device could power the 'Internet of Things'

The "Internet of Things" could make cities "smarter" by connecting an extensive network of tiny communications devices to make life more efficient. But all these machines will require a lot of energy. Rather than adding to the global reliance on fossil fuels to power the network, researchers say they have a new solution. Show More Summary

Product Review: Will the ReliefBand Motion Sickness Device Let Me Go Racing?

They say the Lord giveth and Lord taketh away. I was blessed with an appreciation for road racing and cars that corner and handle well. Unfortunately, I’m also very prone to motion sickness. That means I can’t race cars. Back when IShow More Summary

A Little Box Like This Should Tell Us What Life is Like on the Asteroid Didymoon

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

You’re looking at a half-scale model of the European Space Agency’s appropriately adorable-sounding Mascot-2 asteroid lander. Come 2022, a device like this will give us an unprecedented glimpse into what it’s like on an asteroid. Read more...

The Rocky Horror Show Is Getting An Official Mobile Dance Game

It’s called The Rocky Horror Show: Touch Me, and it’s the passion project of a couple of lifelong Rocky Horror fans and veteran game developers. The game will be a free-to-play dance game on mobile devices, with elements from the rhythm action genre. It’s funding on Kickstarter right now, with more than 220 backers already shivering with antici… More »      

The global market for IoT healthcare tech will top $400 billion in 2022

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. The global healthcare sector will invest nearly $410 billion in IoT devices, software, and services in 2022, up from...Show More Summary

T-Mobile and Twilio pairing up to connect on IoT

Cloud communications platform Twilio has announced a new cellular network partnership with U.S. cellular giant T-Mobile, called Twilio Programmable Wireless, which will provide data, SMS, and voice communications to connected devices. Show More Summary

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