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Science & Technology | Tech

Google Maps wants to help you avoid that speeding ticket

Google Maps users report seeing speed limit and speed trap warnings pop up in the navigation app.

Travel | Travel

Avoid Long Security Lines With the TSA's App 

No one wants to wait in an hour-long security line, but it’s always a possibility—now more than ever. One app designed to show you wait times may help save you from the crowds.

Science & Technology | Technology

19 Insanely Cool Products

With new products and gadgets coming out every day, it’s no wonder you probably haven’t heard about some of these. We decided to put together an updated list of 19 different products.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

To measure and track pain, Israeli duo develops ‘objective’ monitor

Yariv Adan, lead user-tester of wristband sensor and app he created with Assaf Ariel, hopes their product will help improve treatment for millions by quantifying the unquantifiable

Music | Music

How Technology is Reviving the Global Music Business

As it stands, streaming continues to be the biggest contributor to the global recorded-music business. Estimates suggest that streaming paid out $9.6 billion into artist and labels in 2018, making up more than 50 per cent of the global trade’s total rev

Science & Technology | Tech News

Getting Windows 10 updated doesn't have to be so painful

If you're trying to get your system patched up to the latest version but find your Windows 10 update isn't working, don't despair. While you do need to do a little troubleshooting, it's not as complicated as you might think. Here, we&#

Science & Technology | Tech

Startup GBatteries claims it can charge an EV as fast as it takes to pump gas

A Y Combinator startup called GBatteries has come out of stealth with a bold claim: They can recharge an electric car as quickly as it takes to full up a tank of gas.

Science & Technology | Tech

Change your phone settings so Apple, Google can't track your movements

Most tech companies make it difficult for users to say no to aggressive surveillance practices. But it is helpful to know about the default settings on your smartphone and how to change them.

Music | Music

10 apps to help you produce your next album on your phone

Making music on your smartphone might seem like a sweet (and rewarding) deal. But you'll need some good apps—we collected some of our favorites.

Science & Technology | Technology

AT&T is cutting off all location-data sharing ties in March

After senators called the practice an invasion of privacy, the mobile carrier is ending the service.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokemon GO Exclusive Shinies: a guide to Pokemon GO's rare shinies | Pokemon GO Hub

Throughout the past few months, Niantic has slowly been releasing shiny Pokemon into Pokemon GO. Most shiny Pokemon in Pokemon GO can be found at almost any time when you encounter them, but there is quite a few exceptions to this rule. These exclusive sh

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli company leads flying car ‘buzz’ ahead of major tech show

NFT Inc. is aiming for the Model T of flying cars and their prototype, which will be able to take off or land vertically and fly on auto-pilot, will be unveiled in Las Vegas

Science & Technology | Tech

Photos unlock 40% of Android phones with face recognition

Dutch non-profit Consumentenbond has worked with international partners to conduct an audit of 110 smartphones with facial recognition. Spoiler alert: 42 of them were unlocked with the kind of photo you’d find on social media or capture on security cams

Science & Technology | Technology

This clever AI hid data from its creators to cheat at its appointed task | TechCrunch

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Science & Technology | Technology

Find out why Netgear’s best-selling Wi-Fi extender has 18,500 5-star ratings

It's rare that a single product offers one of the most competitive prices in its category as well as some of the best performance in its category. That's exactly what you get with the NETGEAR EX2700 WiFi Range Extender, however. This simple plug-and-play

Science & Technology | Tech

In 2018 the ticketing industry finally killed the “sold out” show

Jesse Lawrence Contributor Jesse Lawrence has been in media and tech for 20 years. Prior to TicketIQ, he worked at MediaMath and IAC. He started his career as a writer. More posts by this contributor The Golden Knights, live gambling and the future of liv

Science & Technology | TECH

This Sports Tech Startup Is Helping The Steelers Use Data and Analytics To Prevent Injuries

The Pittsburgh Steelers have been working with Silicon Valley startup Sparta Science this season in an effort to utilize machine learning and predictive analytics to prevent injuries. They are the 3rd NFL team to work with the sports tech company along wi

Science & Technology | Tech

The Very Slow Movie Player shows a film over an entire year

It seems someone took Every Frame a Painting literally: The Very Slow Movie Player is a device that turns cinema into wallpaper, advancing the image by a single second every hour. The result is an interesting household object that makes something new of e

Science & Technology | Tech

Received AirPods for Christmas? Here are some tips & tricks to get you started

AirPods were a super popular Christmas gift this holiday season. If you were lucky enough to receive them, here are a few tips and tricks to help make your listening experience even better.

Science & Technology | Tech

Husband-and-wife duo sets sights on flying cars over San Francisco next year

New Future Transportation (NFT) is developing an electric car prototype with wings that aims to solve congestion and also be affordable at $50,000

Science & Technology | Science

Apollo astronaut thinks sending humans to Mars is ‘almost ridiculous’

Mars is the hottest topic in the space science world these days, with new rovers, orbiters, and landers finding out new and exciting things about the Red Planet with startling regularity. Multiple …

Science & Technology | Tech

Wi-Fi 6 Explained: The Next Generation of Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi is set to get better and faster with its upcoming major update. While plenty of routers are already available with chips using draft specifications, 802.11ax Wi-Fi won't be finalized until December 2019, ushering in a wave of updated devices to

Business & Finance | Business

These are the 10 coolest Kickstarter campaigns of 2018

Kickstarter is always a mixed bag. On the one hand, there are some of the most innovative products on Earth, all in one place. But on the other, we’ve got gadgets for taking better dog selfies, Nike-like trainers for horses, and this odd brush that make

Science & Technology | Tech

AT&T to Begin Tricking Customers into Thinking They Have 5G Service

When really all they're getting is 4G with a sneaky new logo.

Science & Technology | Tech News

[Best of 2018] IBM proved quantum computers can do things impossible for classical ones

The debate over whether quantum computers will ever be able to do anything better than classical ones is over. A team of researchers just proved they can.

Gaming | Gaming

The 10 best video games of 2018

Red Dead Redemption 2, God of War, Spider-Man, and so many others. Games were on everyone's minds in 2018. Which ones stood out among the rest?

Science & Technology | Tech

6 Times “Opting Out” Doesn’t Actually Stop Data Collection

Telling a company you want out doesn’t necessarily mean it stops collecting, or even sharing, your data.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokemon GO Holidays 2018 event guide | Pokemon GO Hub

Winter Holidays 2018 is a special two week long event in Pokemon GO, lasting from December 18th to January 2nd 2018. Increased type spawns, a free Incubator every day and special baby Pokemon in 7KM eggs will be available through the entire event. Additio

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple Accidentally Reveals Radical New iPhone

Apple has revealed ambitious plans to redesign its new iPhones...

Science & Technology | Tech News

Ford comes up with a prototype noise-cancelling kennel to shelter dogs from fireworks

Dogs have a much wider range of hearing than humans do and noises that don’t bother us can give them a very ruff time. Fireworks are especially tough on many pups and also hard on owners who have to calm their panicking pets. To potentially help them, F

News | News

Israeli moon-bound craft to carry Holocaust survivor story, and best of humanity

'We are putting... dreams in the spaceship, like you would put a note in the Western Wall, wishing for a bright future,' SpaceIL founder says as time capsule is placed in vehicle

Travel | Travel

Forgetting to put your phone on airplane mode could cost you

A passenger on board a flight with the Irish airline Aer Lingus forgot to put his phone in airplane mode and was hit with a high bill.

Science & Technology | Technology

With this $25 gadget, Amazon will finally get you to stop scoffing at the idea of a 'smart home'

Amazon's smart plug lets you easily control lights, appliances and other gadgets by voice or with your phone no matter where you are. CNBC will walk you through how to set up and use the Amazon smart plug. It's very easy.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokemon Let's Go: Lure Mechanics | Pokemon GO Hub

Pokemon Let’s Go lures are a new item introduced in the Let’s Go series of games.  A lure, when activated, will “attract” wild Pokemon to your location. Lures can be bought in any PokeMart location in the game. Lures work similarly to Pokemon GO

Science & Technology | Technology

An iPhone Cursor Trick Shared on Twitter Is Blowing People’s Minds

After a Twitter user shared an iPhone cursor trick she spotted on Facebook, users are astounded — and sharing their own tricks and hacks.

Gaming | Gaming

Nintendo confirms the N64 Classic Edition won’t be ready any time soon – BGR

Following the outsized success of the NES Classic Edition and SNES Classic Edition, it's no surprise that Nintendo fans naturally assumed that a miniature Nintendo 64 must be in the works.

Gaming | Gaming

Microsoft is said to be building an Xbox with no disc drive - CNET

The next Xbox you buy could cost as little as $200, but you'll lose the ability to play disc-based games.

Science & Technology | Technology

The magic iPhone wallpapers that make your dock and folders disappear are back – BGR

More than two years ago, an Apple enthusiast who goes by @heyeased on Twitter made an iPhone wallpaper that would end up becoming one of the biggest crazes of the year.

Science & Technology | Technology

Google went down after traffic was routed through China and Russia

Google's services went down for an hour yesterday after its IP addresses were routed way from normal paths to Nigeria, China and Russia. Google told Ars Technica it doubted the leak was malicious, despite the fact that government-owned China Telecom was

Science & Technology | Tech

Google is using AI to help The New York Times digitize 5 million historical photos - The Verge

Google is working with The New York Times to digitize its huge photo collection of between 5 million and 7 million photos that are kept in a storage area known as "The Morgue." Google will use AI to scan the hand- and type-written captions and s

Gaming | Pokemon Go

How To Find And Catch Nincada And Ninjask In 'Pokémon GO'

Nincada and Ninjask went live in 'Pokémon GO' alongside Shedinja as research rewards: here's how to find and catch them.

Science & Technology | Tech

How to download your personal data from Apple

Apple has a new process for requesting all the data the company has on you, and it's very simple. Here's how to do it.

Science & Technology | Tech

Here’s what Samsung’s whacky folding phone looks like in action

As rumored, Samsung showed off a prototype of a folding display today. Folded, it’s a smartphone. Unfolded, it’s a tablet. Neat! Less neat: the company sort of went out of its way to not really show very much. A prototype was on stage for abou

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Skyscrapers should look to elevators as escape routes, Israeli startup says

Salamandra Zone's B-Air system provides clean, cool air to elevator cabs during fires, keeping residents alive and safe

Science & Technology | Social Media

Instagram might be working on school Stories

It would only contain content from a particular school’s student body.

Science & Technology | Technology

Twitter is sorry about that whole 'Kill all Jews' thing

Many New Yorkers awoke to a bit of a surprise when “Kill all Jews” briefly made an appearance in their Twitter sidebar. On a social network with a hate speech problem, it’s not unusual to see this type of content. Twitter has been locked in a perpet

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

How Israeli Tech Startups Are Flipping The Script On The Opaque Insurance Sector | Technology News

With tech now firmly part of the insurance industry, Israeli startups and companies have emerged as leaders in this rapidly flourishing trend. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Run On Water: How Israeli Innovators Are Leading The Way To Hydrogen-Fueled Cars | Environment News

A new discovery by Israeli scientists could significantly impact efforts to replace carbon-based fuels with more environmentally friendly hydrogen fuels. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Tel Aviv Based Do it yourself car-maintenance software firm eyes potential of self-driving cars | The Times of Israel

Tel Aviv-based Engie releases its Fleet app, to help car fleet operators, including rental and leasing companies, keep tabs on their vehicles

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Australian-Israeli startup creates water-based fuel for electric vehicles

Electriq~Global presents technology at Tel Aviv's Smart Mobility Summit; touts zero emissions, longer range and lower price

Science & Technology | Tech News

Here’s everything Apple announced today at its big hardware event | TechCrunch

From new iPads to new MacBook Airs, Apple had a bunch of hardware refreshes to debut this morning. Here’s everything they showed off. New MacBook Air The MacBook Air is, at last, getting a Retina display. Roughly six years after the MacBook Pro went hig

Science & Technology | Tech

The Best Camera Apps for the iPhone | Digital Trends

Smartphone cameras are nothing to scoff at, but there's something to be said for an app that works to extend the functionality of your phone. If you're looking to improve your Instagram game, or to simply capture better stills, we've rounded up some of th

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple's News app draws 90 million regular readers

Sure, Apple includes its News app on iOS devices and Macs, but how many people actually flip through it on a regular basis? Quite a few, it seems. As part of...

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Startup's Drone, AR Tech Proves Critical For Rescue Missions After Hurricanes | Technology News

Edgybees provides a real-time platform that uses 3D mapping, data, and live video from drones and other aerial platforms to help lead rescue efforts in public safety situations and natural disasters.

Science & Technology | Technology

Pinterest Just Made It Easier To Sell More Stuff...And Other Small Business Tech News This Week

Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple launched a new privacy website that lets you find all the data the company has on you

Apple's privacy website relaunch is another step in the company's bid to differentiate its brand as one that avoids dealing in the sale of personal information of its customers. 

Gaming | Gaming

Analogue announces Mega Sg console for playing Sega cartridges - 9to5Toys

Analogue's latest console will play over 2,000 original cartridges that were made for Sega Genesis, Mega Drive, and Master System.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Inventor Creates Exoskeleton Allowing Paraplegics to Walk Again

There are an estimated 6 million wheelchair users in the United States and Europe, some of whom could walk again if insurance carriers would approve the cost of coverage for a device innovated in Israel.

Science & Technology | Technology

7 paid iPhone apps you can download for free on October 16th – BGR

If you're looking for new apps to fill up your iPhone or iPad and you don't want to break the bank in the process, you've come to the right place. We dug through hundreds of apps on sale to find the seven best premium iOS apps that are available as free d

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli app seeks to create video trail to nail reckless drivers

Jerusalem-based Comroads sets up a pilot app to create social network for drivers to share 'vital video evidence' of car accidents

Business & Finance | Business

San Diego matures as a tech hub

San Diego's status as a tech hub is becoming increasingly important, with a growing pool of engineers and a surge in VC investments.

Health & Fitness | Sleep

Sleep Trackers May Actually Make Your Sleep Worse, Study Finds

A new study finds that wearable sleep trackers, such as ones found in some smart watches, might actually make your sleep worse.

Science & Technology | Tech

What I learned by bringing down LinkedIn.com

After a few months working at LinkedIn, I was starting to feel comfortable in my role as a Site Reliability Engineer. And then "the incident" happened.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Three Israeli Firms Among TIME Magazine's 50 'Genius Companies' For 2018

Workspace giant WeWork, water testing company Lishtot, and AI radiology startup Aidoc were selected by the esteemed American magazine among global giants such as Nike, Amazon, Apple, and Disney. | NoCamels

Business & Finance | Business

The End of Snap and Tesla – No Mercy / No Malice

Snap and Tesla were sold this week. They just don’t know it yet.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokemon GO Generation IV Guides and Pokemon | Pokemon GO Hub

Pokemon GO Generation IV release: tier list, best attackers, cross-generation evolutions, latest news and leaks, complete meta and feature guides, Pokedex.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Google+ to shut down after coverup of data-exposing bug

Google is about to have its Cambridge Analytica moment. A security bug allowed third-party developers to access Google+ user profile data since 2015 until Google discovered and patched it in March, but decided not to inform the world. When a user gave per

Science & Technology | Social Media

Facebook, the Company That Keeps Selling and Losing Your Data, Wants to Put a Camera in Your Home

Facebook Portal (and a larger model, Portal Plus) is an in-home smart display designed for video chatting, better known as the worst part of the Jetsons' vision of the future.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Facebook, are you kidding? | TechCrunch

Facebook is making a video camera. The company wants you to take it home, gaze into its single roving-yet-unblinking eye and speak private thoughts to your loved ones into its many-eared panel. The thing is called Portal and it wants to live on your kitch

Science & Technology | Technology

iOS 12.0.1 now available, fixes charging bug and Wi-Fi network issues – BGR

Less than a month after releasing iOS 12, Apple has begun rolling out the first update for the new version of its mobile operating system in order to address a few notable issues that have arisen since launch.

Music | Music

The Roy Orbison Hologram Is Not As Creepy As You’d Think

Roy Orbison, who is dead, is touring as a hologram, but it’s not as creepy or Lynchian as you might expect — in fact, Lynch has already made a Lynchian version of Orbison, and it’s better.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple might have an iPhone dilemma next year | Pocketnow

Apple's iPhone dilemma might be something serious come 2019, when the company will have to make a tough decision for the iPhone.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Niantic plans 'Pokémon Go' events in US national parks

In addition to being a fun and entertaining pastime in its own right, augmented reality games have also proven to be a decent way to make players more physicall...

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple's T2 Chip Makes Third-Party Mac Repairs Impossible

If you own a 2017 iMac Pro or 2018 MacBook Pro, Apple requires proprietary software to repair your device, even if all you need is a new battery or keyboard replaced, which means only Apple and authorized service providers can fix your Mac.

Science & Technology | Technology

This Creepy Finger Plugs Into Your Phone and Drags the Device to You | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

New York City Wants To Become A Cybersecurity Leader - With Israel's Help | Technology News

The New York City Economic Development Corporation's plan to make NYC a global cybersecurity leader includes a new Global Cyber Center established by Israel's SOSA and an investment hub by Jerusalem Venture Partners. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Technology

Wi-Fi is About to Get a Lot Easier to Understand | Fortune

The Wi-Fi Alliance trade group is ditching the alphabet soup of 802.11ac for a much clearer naming structure.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

MoviePass subscribers aren’t going to the movies, and that’s what MoviePass wants - The Verge

The constant changes to MoviePass have made the service less and less useful, and according to comments from the head of its parent company, that is exactly the point.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Windows 10 October 2018 Update: the 10 best new features

Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 October 2018 Update is being made available to existing machines today. All you have to do is visit Windows Update to manually trigger this latest update, or wait...

Science & Technology | Technology

25 Clever Ideas For Dealing With All The Wires And Cords In Your Home

Finally address all the tangled eyesores, trip hazards, and nibbling kitten bait that help make your world go 'round.

Science & Technology | Tech

Some iPhone XS and XS Max devices have an annoying charging problem

Some iPhone XS and XS Max owners have noticed a bug that's stopping their devices from charging properly.

Science & Technology | Tech

AirPods 2 Teased By Apple And Coming Soon? Here's All You Need To Know

The upgrade to Apple’s surprise killer hit is eagerly awaited but tantalizingly out of reach. When should we expect AirPods 2 and what will the new smartbuds be like?

Science & Technology | Tech News

This is the coolest iPhone camera accessory ever made, and it’s on sale today only

The cameras on Apple’s latest iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are absolutely incredible. They’re able to capture photos and videos with quality you won’t believe. As good as they are,…

Science & Technology | Apps I Like

TapeACall Lets You Record Phone Conversations on Your iPhone Like a Pro

If you've ever been on the receiving end of a threatening phone call, you'll immediately know the value in being able to record phone conversations on your iPhone. Beyond that extreme example, however, recording calls is still an extremely useful

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Honey, I shrunk the car: Israeli folding vehicle to take on urban street woes

City Transformer is developing a cross between an electric motorbike and a small car with a 4-wheeled platform that expands and contracts

Science & Technology | Tech News

Crafty kids are finding ingenious ways to thwart Apple's 'Screen Time' feature

Apple first introduced Screen Time this summer as one of the key feature additions on iOS 12. By adding limits to specific apps, or your phone as a whole, Apple attempted to add a digital dose of self-control for those who need it most. People raved about

Family & Parenting | Kids

Video Games You Can Feel Good About Your Kid Playing After School

Check out these great games that you can "yes" to after school—or anytime.

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple is really bad at design. Here's why. | The Outline

Let me just rip this band-aid off...

Science & Technology | Social Media

WhatsApp co-founder: 'I sold my users' privacy' with Facebook acquisition - CNET

Brian Acton had also tweeted in March that users should "#deletefacebook," as the social network dealt with its Cambridge Analytica scandal.

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple updates Apple TV Remote, revamps Workflow as Shortcuts for iOS 12 | VentureBeat

Coinciding with iOS 12's release today, new versions of Apple TV Remote and Shortcuts are out, and other updates can be expected throughout the day.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Weird new Pokémon with a nut for a head is a big mystery in 'Pokémon Go'

Something new is happening in Pokémon Go. A mysterious critter has appeared in the game, and it's something Pokémon fans have never seen before. It was first discovered when a programming-savvy fan found an image and a reference to "Pokémon 891" in the game's code.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple's big bet on the future of USB is increasingly looking like a rare misfire (AAPL)

Apple's newest MacBook Pro laptops got rid of the separate ports for charging and accessories, and instead whittled it down to two USB-C ports. Ultimately, it's hard to take Apple's big bet on USB-C seriously when not even its own iPhones come with a USB

Science & Technology | Technology

Amazon’s Fire TV Stick is back down to its lowest price since Prime Day – BGR

The Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote was one of Amazon's best-selling products this past Prime Day, but that obviously goes without saying. Why? Because the Fire TV Stick is one of Amazon's best-selling devices during any sale.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Mewtwo's Mass Release and the Meta | Pokemon GO GamePress

Pokemon GO Database, News, Strategy, and Community for the Pokemon GO Player.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

S2 Cells: A Foundation of Pokemon GO Design | Pokemon GO GamePress

Pokemon GO Database, News, Strategy, and Community for the Pokemon GO Player.

Science & Technology | Tech

Amazon just revealed its plan for total smart home domination

Amazon is putting Alexa in microwaves, wall clocks, and much, much more.

Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

Here's how to Safely Clean Your iPhone's Charging Port | Digital Trends

If you are suddenly unable to charge your iPhone, your charging port may be dirty or blocked. Here's how to clean your iPhone's charging port using the most effective methods, while avoiding any accidental damage. Using compressed air or a wooden toothpic

Gaming | Video Games

People Are Already Hacking the Nintendo Switch Online NES Emulator | Digital Trends

Players have already managed to hack the NES emulator included with the Nintendo Switch Online subscription service, allowing them to load the system up with additional ROMs of classic games. Only 20 games are officially supported, though more will be add

Science & Technology | Technology

There’s no going back now: YouTube fully commits to vertical video with new ad format

YouTube's new vertical video ad format signals a shift in the video giant's view of the vertical video format.

Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

How to Downgrade Your iPhone or iPad From iOS 12 to iOS 11.4 | Digital Trends

Apple's iOS 12 may be the latest and greatest version of the mobile operating system, but perhaps it's not right for you now. If that's the case, thankfully there are some ways to go back to iOS 11.4. Here are step-by-step instructions on how to downgrade

Science & Technology | Technology

Useful iOS 12 Tips and Tricks | Digital Trends

Apple's iOS 12 mobile operating system introduces a ton of new features, with more options to help boost productivity on your iPhone. But updating to a new operating system can be overwhelming, and we're here to make the adjustment far easier with some us

Science & Technology | Technology

iPhone XS Review 2018: 5 Reasons You Need the iPhone Xs and Xs Max

The iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max are here with bigger displays, stainless steel frames with an optional gold finish, a faster processor, and louder stereo speakers. See if they're worth the upgrade.

Science & Technology | Tech

19 Things You Can Do in iOS 12 That You Couldn't Do Before

Happy iOS 12 day, everybody—after being announced back in June, the final version of Apple’s mobile OS gets pushed out to eager iPhone and iPad users across the world today. You’ll need an iPhone 5C or newer or a 2013 iPad or newer (anything that co

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple's iPhone Xr is an 'affordable' iPhone X

We more or less knew that Apple was going to unveil the iPhone Xs and Xs Max today, but few of us were expecting the iPhone Xr. Apple wants to reach as many peo...

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple iPhone Xs vs. iPhone X: What difference does a year make?

News, email and search are just the beginning. Discover more every day. Find your yodel.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Taking cue from bats, Tel Aviv team creates robot that navigates via echoes | The Times of Israel

Development shows 'great potential' for the use of sound in future robots; animals said to 'routinely solve problems that engineers find very difficult'

Entertainment | Entertainment

9 Apps to Try if You Want to Learn Something New Every Day

Sure, smartphones and smartphone apps can waste our time and bring out the worst in people, but they can most definitely also be a force for good: They can educate, inform, and inspire. With that in mind we’ve put together a list of our favorite apps th

Science & Technology | Tech

Dozens of iPhone Apps 'Constantly' Sending Location Data to Data Monetization Firms

Dozens of popular iPhone apps are sharing the location data of millions of mobile devices with third-party data monetization firms, according to a...

Science & Technology | Technology

The reality of quantum computing could be just three years away | TechCrunch

Quantum computing has moved out of the realm of theoretical physics and into the real world, but its potential and promise are still years away. Onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt SF, a powerhouse in the world of quantum research and a young upstart in the fie

Science & Technology | Tech

Chrome’s new design brings fresh problems for Google to fix

Even though Google gave Chrome a makeover with an entirely new look, a number of users would like the option to revert back to an older build of the browser for more stability. Chrome's new design also brought new problems, and many users are reporti

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

5 Analytics Tools to Supercharge Your Marketing Strategy

Fortunately, in today's digital age, it's easier than ever to analyze your data for the goals you set. Here's where to start.

Science & Technology | Technology

10 things in tech you need to know today

Facebook will say that it was "too slow" to act on Russian interference, The FCC boss who repealed net neutrality says Google, Facebook and Twitter might need "transparency obligations," and Google posted its testimony for the congressional hearing today,

Science & Technology | Tech

How Google Thinks: SEO Done The Right Way

If there was one SEO factor that summed it up, then it would be to design not for a search algorithm but for a person.

Science & Technology | Tech

Alexa voice control is coming to Toshiba televisions | VentureBeat

Starting next year, many of Toshiba’s OLED, 4K, and Full HD Smart Range televisions will respond to Alexa voice control, the company announced today. Alexa in Toshiba televisions will be able to do things like change the channel or volume, deliver movie

Cars & Motorcycles | Autos

LEGO built a life size, drivable Bugatti from over a million Technic pieces | TechCrunch

In what just might be the wildest thing anyone has ever built from LEGO, the company behind the bricks has built a full-size, driveable model of the Bugatti Chiron supercar. Seriously.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Twitter suspends more accounts for 'coordinated manipulation'

Twitter's long been under fire for its approach to bots and extremist accounts, but now it appears to be taking a more proactive stance towards its community gu...

Science & Technology | Social Media

The Impossible Job: Inside Facebook’s Struggle to Moderate Two Billion People - Motherboard

Moderating billions of posts a week in more than a hundred languages has become Facebook’s biggest challenge. Leaked documents and nearly two dozen interviews show how the company hopes to solve it.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple might kill off sophisticated iPhone tech that took 5 years to develop – and I’m glad – BGR

If Apple adds a new key feature to its iPhone lineup and Android vendors don't bother copying it, one can safely call that feature a dud. The only exception I can think of off the top of my head is Apple's Taptic engine that provides enhanced vibration fe

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple reportedly mulls iPhone Xs names, no ‘Plus’ for 2018 models

Apple faces a naming conundrum ahead of the release of its three 2018 iPhones, and is considering tweaking some key branding conventions, including removing the “Plus” name and skipping…

History | History

VR Tech Is Playing A Key Role In Holocaust Education And Awareness | Social Awareness

Israeli initiatives are harnessing advanced technologies to capture the stories of survivors for Holocaust remembrance.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Silver Pinap Berry | Pokemon GO Hub

Silver Pinap Berry in Pokemon GO: stats, effects, how to unlock, where to get, when to use and Silver Pinap vs other Pokemon GO berries comparison chart

Science & Technology | Technology

The place where 1980s computers still rule

The Totally 80s Rewind exhibit in Seattle's Living Computers: Museum + Labs takes visitors back to the 1980s, the decade of the home computer revolution.

Science & Technology | TECH

How doorbell cameras are creating dilemmas for police, neighborhoods

Police departments want to know about crimes, suspicious activities caught on home security cameras before homeowners post videos on social media.

Gaming | Gaming

Grab A Major PC Game For Free On Steam Right Now

For Honor: Starter Edition is free to keep right now on Steam.

Gaming | Video Games

PlayStation 5 news and rumors: Everything you need to know

Recent rumors suggest the launch of the PlayStation 5 is closer than you might expect. Predictions range from 2018 to 2021, and some reports are already making definitive claims about the hardware.

Science & Technology | Technology

The first 7 Alexa skills you should enable - CNET

The ever-growing world of Alexa skills can be daunting. Here are the seven you should give a go first.

Miscellaneous | Other Interesting Stories

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Awkward moments are a given if you're a human being who works, dates, and has friends. But some of the most awkward situations possible have to do with digital technology and would have been unimaginable to previous generations.

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Be a Better Programmer with these 40 Mathematics Courses

But why we are so scared of Mathematics? Simply It’s because of our high school teaching systems and very less resource to learn from in our early ages. I saw many of friends didn’t understand and…