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Indiegogo‘s Marketplace sells successfully-funded projects

Indiegogo has become a viable alternative to Kickstarter for crowd-funding projects in the last few years. Its not just small projects, either mdash; big names like IBM, Honeywell and Atari have used the site to pull in funding. Now the crowd-sourc...

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Sonos One review: The best-sounding smart speaker you can buy

When Sonos released the Play:5 speaker in late 2015, the Amazon Echo was still an unproven tech curiosity. But since then, Alexa and the Echo have grown rapidly in both popularity and functionality, inspiring competition from the likes of Google and...

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HP ZBook X2 hands-on: A hulking tablet for a niche audience

HP claims to have made the worlds most powerful detachable. The company is unveiling its ZBook X2 convertible at the Adobe Max conference today, which is appropriate since this device is designed for people who use Adobes pro software suite. Spec...

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Aerospace firm wants to send an inflatable habitat to orbit the moon

Bigelow Aerospace has been working on inflatable space habitats for a while now. The company sent a small inflatable unit to the ISS that added a small living area on the space station and it partnered with United Launch Alliance (ULA) last year on p...

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AI-powered app finds and locks away your racy photos

Hiding racy photos on your phone can be a tedious, manual affair. Depending on the app, you need to first select all the pics you want to move, move them and then delete them from your original cameral roll. Thats not to mention making sure they did...

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Intel proposes a mathematical formula for self-driving car safety

As autonomous vehicles become a part of the landscape, there are more questions than ever about their safety, and how to determine responsibility when they get in an accident. With so many companies (Google, Uber, GM, Tesla and Ford -- just to name a...

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Samsung believes ‘programmable objects‘ will blanket your home

While Samsung continues to reap the rewards of being the worlds largest Android partner, it also has its eyes set on the future of the connected home. Samsung is very focused on the internet of things, said David Eun, the president of Samsung Next...

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Indiegogo created a marketplace for successfully-funded projects

Indiegogo has become a viable alternative to Kickstarter for crowd-funding projects in the last few years. Its not just small projects, either mdash; big names like IBM, Honeywell and Atari have used the site to pull in funding. Now the crowd-sourc...

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EA shuts down the studio behind ‘Dead Space‘

So much for hopes of a Dead Space sequel in the near future. EA is shutting down Visceral Games, the studio behind the Dead Space series, Battlefield Hardline and The Godfather. According to EA, the closure is the result of a decision to pivot Vi...

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Internal Twitter email explains its new plans to fight abuse

Twitter promised stricter rules for abuse and hate in the wake of a boycott, but what will those rules entail, exactly? Its a bit clearer after today. Wired has obtained email providing early details on new policies, and theyre mostly good news -...

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German soccer team puts players on your iPhone for AR selfies

Sports teams and broadcasters have been going all-in on high-tech initiatives lately. The NFL was an early adopter, with AR features appearing on Fox Sports broadcasts. The NBA just released an augmented reality mobile hoops game, Samsung has put MLB...

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Microsoft resurrects its most iconic mouse

The Surface Precision Mouse isnt the only new input device in Microsofts arsenal. The companys Surface site has quietly teased the Classic IntelliMouse, a wired peripheral directly inspired by the legendary IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 you might have...

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‘GTA Online‘ transforming vehicle races start today

There are plenty of new racing games to choose from this fall (Forza 7, GT Sport, Project Cars 2 and Need for Speed: Payback), but none of them will let you change vehicles mid-race. Nor are they anywhere near as crazy as what Rockstar Games has been...

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Levi‘s is already working with Google on a second smart jacket

Levis connected denim jacket went on sale three weeks ago, but CEO Chip Bergh said its already working with Google on a version 2.0. At Wall Street Journals D. Live conference, Bergh said that the new one will have even more functionality. If you...

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Greenpeace blasts Amazon over poor environmental practices

Greenpeace has made a tradition out of raking companies over the coals when their environmental practices fall short of its standards, and thats truer than ever in the activist groups latest electronics report card. The organization didnt list an...

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Amazon Studios head resigns after sexual harassment allegations

A few days ago, Amazon suspended the VP leading its film and TV projects after Isa Dick Hackett told The Hollywood Reporter that Roy Price sexually harassed her. Now, CNN and others report that the exec has resigned. Hackett is the producer on two...

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Facebook snags a Kerry Washington-produced drama

Facebook continues to add to its slate of original content and the latest show to join the lineup is a Kerry Washington-produced drama called Five Points, Variety reports. The show follows high school students living on the South Side of Chicago and...

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UK collected social media data as part of its mass surveillance

Its no secret that the UK has been engaging in mass surveillance over the past few years. Since Edward Snowdens leaks revealed the extent of their program, the UKs security and intelligence organization GCHQ has been under fire for possible violat...

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Hulu‘s VR content is now available on Windows Mixed Reality headsets

With its latest OS update, Microsoft has officially begun to support VR headsets from companies like Lenovo, Acer and Dell and today, Hulu announced its VR content will now be available across the lineup of Windows Mixed Reality headsets. The company...

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‘Drive‘ director debuts free streaming service for forgotten movies

Love him or hate him, you cant deny that Drive and Neon Demon director Nicholas Winding Refn has an astute eye for style in his movies. Hes taking that and launching his own streaming service, dubbed byNWR. Its different from Netflix in that its...

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Control YouTube‘s live TV service with Google Home

You can already use a Google Home speaker to control regular YouTube videos if you have a Chromecast device, but what about YouTube TV? Youre set from now on. Google has enabled voice control over its cord-cutting television service from Home spea...

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Alphabet‘s Sidewalk Labs is building an ‘internet city‘ in Toronto

The next step for Alphabets Sidewalk Labs is making a 2,000 acre smart neighborhood in Toronto. Google Canada will relocate its headquarters to the newly created Quayside neighborhood along the Eastern Waterfront to serve as an anchor for the area,...

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Volvo‘s performance brand launches a 600HP plug-in hybrid

When Volvo declared that its Polestar performance brand would revolve around electric powertrains, it wasnt kidding. Polestar has unveiled its first car, appropriately named the Polestar 1, and its a plug-in hybrid coupe that musters 600HP while m...

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eBay will now verify luxury handbags sold on the site

eBay is now offering a new service for sellers of high-end handbags. Today the company launched eBay Authenticate, a program that photographs, lists, sells, ships and verifies the authenticity of luxury handbags from 12 major brands. eBay says the go...

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