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Instagram's Hyperlapse app gets a sped-up selfie mode

Instagram's Hyperlapse app gets a sped-up selfie mode

Regular selfie vids just won't cut it anymore. We live in the age of Hyperlapse after all, and now Instagram is offering the high-speed option for that front-facing cam. [Read more...]
Haven is a super-strong smart lock that bolts onto the floor

Haven is a super-strong smart lock that bolts onto the floor

While there's certainly no shortage of connected door locks that allow keyless entry into your home, many products don't actually make the traditional deadbolt in your door any more secure. [Read more...]
Nissan's built an electric pickup that it'll never sell

Nissan's built an electric pickup that it'll never sell

There are probably lots of justifiable reasons why carmakers haven't got around to making an electric pickup that anyone can buy (range and demand would be just two), but that doesn't mean such vehicles don't exist. [Read more...]
Steam Music Player does exactly what it sounds like

Steam Music Player does exactly what it sounds like

Valve's game distribution service has been going through a lot of small changes recently: not only has Steam been given a fresh coat of paint and a completely redesigned storefront, but now it plays music, too. [Read more...]
Apple explains how to fix its busted iOS 8 update, new one coming soon

Apple explains how to fix its busted iOS 8 update, new one coming soon

Went ahead and downloaded the newest, freshest version of iOS for that new iPhone 6? Then immediately regret doing so? Apple's released a statement saying that users who have lost carrier service or Touch ID functionality should reinstall the initial version of iOS 8, until version 8.0.2 is ready to go. [Read more...]
It's just this easy to steal from the Apple Store (video)

It's just this easy to steal from the Apple Store (video)

Late last week, ex-NBA player Rex Chapman was picked up by Scottsdale, Arizona police on felony charges of theft and trafficking in stolen property. [Read more...]
'Bash' command flaw leaves Linux, OS X and more open to attack

'Bash' command flaw leaves Linux, OS X and more open to attack

Apparently, the internet has more deep-seated security bugs to worry about than Heartbleed. Researchers have discovered a longstanding flaw in a common Unix command shell (bash) for Linux and Macs that lets attackers run any code they want as soon as the shell starts running. [Read more...]

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Wednesday, 24 September 2014

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Findery: the crowdsourced travel guide

Findery: the crowdsourced travel guide

"Find yourself on this map," Caterina Fake said enthusiastically. Fake, widely known as the co-founder of Flickr, had just greeted me into the Findery office, an airy loft tucked inside a nondescript building in the Hayes Valley district of San Francisco. [Read more...]
The UAE's eco-friendly, robotic city looks more like a ghost town

The UAE's eco-friendly, robotic city looks more like a ghost town

The United Arab Emirates' pre-planned Masdar City is supposed to be a shining beacon of technology between its clean energy and automated cars. [Read more...]
India put a satellite in orbit around Mars for a fraction of what NASA spent

India put a satellite in orbit around Mars for a fraction of what NASA spent

India can rightly feel proud of itself today as its Mangalyaan "MOM" satellite mission successfully entered orbit around Mars. [Read more...]
BlackBerry's Passport is a square in looks, but not personality

BlackBerry's Passport is a square in looks, but not personality

For the first time in ages, I'm intrigued by a BlackBerry device. That's rather unusual these days, but it wasn't always this way. [Read more...]
The US gets its first professional gaming arena

The US gets its first professional gaming arena

Competitive gaming is practically an institution in countries like South Korea, but it hasn't really had a permanent home in the US. [Read more...]
Amazon's eyeing wearables and automated homes next

Amazon's eyeing wearables and automated homes next

One of the nice things about operating the world's biggest online retail store, besides the money, is that you can get a real-time picture of what consumers around the globe want. [Read more...]
Acer Chromebook 13 review: long battery life, but performance falls short

Acer Chromebook 13 review: long battery life, but performance falls short

After years of getting little respect, Chromebooks are finally on the rise (at least in schools), which means every major PC maker is trying to get in on the action. [Read more...]

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