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LG Stylo 2 launching on Cricket Wireless

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and Cricket Wireless has announced that it will be launching the LG Stylo 2 to help celebrate the holiday. The kicker? The device isn’t launching until May 13, meaning that your mother will have to wait a few days before her gift arrives. But if she’s a real [...]

Brik Books Build-On Macbook Cover

The problem with our devices is that unless you get a special case or some decals, it doesn’t stand out. Well, the Brik Books Build-On Macbook Cover will help your Macbook to be more unique. You can choose 11? Macbook Air, 13? Macbook Air, 13? Macbook Pro, or 15? Macbook Pro. It will allow you […]

How Conversion Paths Work

10 hours agoInternet / SEO : SEO Scoop

  There is no way to tame your visitors. They will not obey your rules. They will not follow the path you laid out for them. They will make their own paths, they will use as many devices they want […] Post from: Search Engine PeopleShow More Summary

Will Google Address Android's Fundament Problem?

21 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Once more the start of the month comes round, and Google updates the Android Developer dashboard with the latest percentage shares of each major version of Android on active devices. May's numbers show Android Marshmallow (the sixthShow More Summary

Sony announces new line of audio products that come out-of-the-box with Google Cast support

22 hours agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Sony has announced a few new devices that will allow for you to easily stream your music and video through Google Cast, and will be available for purchase in the coming weeks.

Google may be thinking about putting Android in your eyeball

Forget Google Glass, forget smart contacts. Google is going the whole nine yards with a device that will be injected into your eye.

TeradataVoice: Eight Data And Analytics Capabilities You'll Need For The IoT

There is widespread agreement that the Internet of Things will be a transformative factor in the business use of information. The prospect of billions of connected devices promises to transform home activities, transportation, industrial operations, and many other aspects of our lives.

Best WiFi hotspot devices

If you want to keep all of your gadgets connected while on-the-go, you will need a WiFi hotspot. Which one should you get?

We learned from utilities everything we need to know about cloud infrastructure

Electricity is ambient. It’s all around us. We turn on lights and plug in devices without even thinking about the complex electrical grid that supplies us with juice at will. It’s become a necessary infrastructure that will never go away — but it’s only the bottom of the stack. That’s exactly how we need to think about cloud infrastructure. Read More

Microsoft Lumia 650 Coming To Australia For AU$299 On May 23

Microsoft today revealed details about the launch of Lumia 650 in Australia. The device is now available for pre-order and it will be shipping on May 23. The device will be available for AU$299 from various retailers including Microsoft store, JB Hi-Fi, Big W, The Good Guys and Australia Post. Tech specs summary: Device Lumia […]

Cardiac Insight Lands $2.5M for Portable, Hand-held ECG Device

  Cardiac Insight, a University of Washington spinoff focused on developing advanced body-worn sensing for diagnostic testing in cardiology has raised $2.5 million in Series C funding. The company will utilize the funding to accelerate...Show More Summary

The RecorderGear Recording Device will let you keep a copy of your call

Do you take so many business calls in a day that it’s hard to keep track of what you need to get done within the next 24 hours? You likely take notes as best you can, but human error can and does happen, even if you have safeguards in place. Normally you can’t remember a call with complete clarity, especially if you’re taking it while you’re getting a coffee, running...

You can try the Oculus Rift for yourself at participating Best Buy stores this Saturday

The Oculus Rift is one of the best -- and most developer supported -- VR experiences available right now. Soon, everyone will have a chance to try out one of the world's most talked about new gaming devices and all yo have to do is visit your local Best Buy store.

Oculus Rift coming to the Microsoft Store and Amazon on May 6th

Later this week, Oculus will be launching the Rift on the Microsoft Store and Amazon online. You will not be able to buy the device at a physical Microsoft Store, but you’ll be able to order one on the online Microsoft Store at 12PM ET (that’s 16:00 GMT) on May 6th. Alongside the Microsoft Store […]

Hackers can break into just about any office with electronics bought on Amazon (AMZN)

Hackers can break into just about any office using a device that will steal the data from the employee badge sitting right on your belt. That's just what white hat hackers from RedTeam Security demonstrated for us as we followed them during a security test of a power company in the Midwest. Show More Summary

OnePlus 3 rumored to sell for just north of $300 at launch

Although the team at OnePlus has been fairly quiet recently, we are starting to hear more and more information about its upcoming device, the OnePlus 3. The latest rumor states the device will be available for 1,999 Yuan or $310 at launch.

Samsung could release a foldable smartphone next year

The idea of Samsung building a device with foldable displays has been rumored for many years. Eventually, the rumors will become a real device, right? Yet another rumor indicates that we could see such a device next year.

Will smart home monitoring jeopardize showing privacy?

It's been industry practice, although one not always adhered to, for buyer agents to provide feedback on a listing after touring it with an interested buyer. Smart home monitoring devices may creep into ethics violations if used to secretly glean knowledge. If we're always compromising privacy for information, where does that leave us...

The Design Element of the Internet of Things

by Angela Guess Scott A. Nelson and Paul Metaxatos recently wrote in the Harvard Business Review, “Gartner Research predicts that the typical family home will contain as many as 500 networked devices by 2020. Similarly, Ericsson forecasts 50 billion connected ‘things’ by the same date. Show More Summary

Tor and VPN users will be target of government hacks under new spying rule

An update to the innocuous-sounding Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure could soon grant powers to judges across the US to issue search warrants for law enforcement to remotely access devices that are using privacy tools. Show More Summary

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