Qualcomm Snapdragon 625, 435 And 425 Mobile Processors Announced - Geeky Gadgets

As well as announcing the new Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 wearable processor, the company also announced a new range of mobile processors. The new range of Qualcomm Snapdragon processors includ...

Hardcore Henry, Live Action FPS Movie Tailer Released (video) - Geeky Gadgets

Some of our reader might remember the first-person shooter (FPS) movie that was launched over on Indiegogo in 2014 and raised $250,000 to create a move that shows the main character in first pers...

Immersit Under Sofa Immersive Motion And Vibration System Hits Kickstarter (video) - Geeky Gadgets

A new motion vibration system called Immersit, that sits on the sofa has been created by Valentin Fage to transform almost any sofa into an immersive addition to gaming and media viewing. Watch t...

BMW M760Li xDrive Gets Official - Geeky Gadgets

BMW has announced a new model in its 7 Series range, the BMW M760Li xDrive, which is powered by a twin turbo 12 cylinder petrol engine. The BMW M760Li xDrive comes with a 6.6 litre V12 engine tha...

New 8th Harry Potter Book To Be Published – Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I & II - Geeky Gadgets

Today JK Rowling has today confirmed that an 8th Harry Potter book is to be published, taking the form of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I & II. The new book will also be created as ...

Instagram Will Begin Counting Video Views - Geeky Gadgets

Instagram has an important announcement. So listen up you Instagram users. The company wants us and you to know that they will soon start to count the number of views on videos, and this should p...

Apple May Face Class Action Lawsuit Because Of iPhone Error 53 Issue - Geeky Gadgets

Error 53 on Apple’s iPhone has been in the news a lot this week, the issue occurs when a repair is performed on an iPhone, usually the replacement of the Touch ID sensor by a non Apple auth...

Final Batman V Superman Trailer Released For Dawn of Justice (video) - Geeky Gadgets

As the released date for the new Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice movie edges ever closed Warner Bros. have this week released a new and final trailer for the new movie ahead of its launch next ...

Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon Wear 2100 Processor For Wearables - Geeky Gadgets

Qualcomm has announced the launch of a new mobile processor that has been designed specifically for wearables, the Snapdragon Wear 2100. According to Qualcomm the new Snapdragon Wear 2100 process...

Samsung Gear S2 Updated, Brings New Watch Faces, Performance Improvements and More - Geeky Gadgets

Samsung Gear S2 has picked up a significant update, which brings a handful of new features and improvements on board. Among the few, the new upgrade brings several new applications such as ESPN, ...

1Sheeld Now Available For iOS, Offering Multiple Arduino Shields From One (video) - Geeky Gadgets

1Sheeld originally launched via a Kickstarter campaign back in 2013 for Android devices, that use a companion application to change its features and functions without the need to change the shiel...

Destiny sequel is coming next year - Geeky Gadgets

Destiny has been a runaway hit for developer Bungie. That is an understatement to say the least. The game has sold an amazing number of copies and players have played the game for countless hours...

Google Rumored to Launch a Standalone VR Headset - Geeky Gadgets

According to a new report from WSJ, citing people familiar with the matter, Google is reportedly working on their own standalone virtual reality headset. Unlike the Google Cardboard, the new VR h...

Apple: Dear judge, please tell us if gov’t can compel us to unlock an iPhone - Ars Technica

Lawyers: Federal prosecutors told us they will continue to invoke 18th-century law.

Help detect earthquakes with your phone - Ars Technica

New app is next step toward crowdsourced early warning systems.

Ubisoft earnings suggest Xbox One players spend more than those on PS4 - Ars Technica

PS4 brings in more money overall, but Xbox brings in more per capita.

Embattled copyright lawyer uses DMCA to remove article about himself - Ars Technica

Marc Randazza tells Wordpress that the unflattering story "is not fair use."

ISPs want “flexible” privacy rules that let them “innovate” with customer data - Ars Technica

ISPs should be able to choose how they protect customer data, they tell FCC.

Report: Google planning a standalone VR headset - Ars Technica

Google is reportedly building a VR headset that doesn't need a PC or smartphone.

Class-action suit over iPhone-bricking Error 53 filed in California - Ars Technica

Error affects iPhone 6 and 6S handsets with replaced or damaged TouchID sensors.

Potentially deadly drug interactions found mining FDA complaint bin - Ars Technica

Researchers find rare but life-threatening interactions among four common drugs.

Judge: Google dominance didn’t hurt online maps competitor - Ars Technica

StreetMap traffic fell after Google began showing map previews in search results.

Microsoft looks to be retreating from EU antitrust fight against Google - Ars Technica

ICOMP lobby group's long-running campaign against search and ad giant collapses.

Trek at 50: The quest for a unifying theory of time travel in Star Trek - Ars Technica

It's 2016, meaning we now have many examples of Trek's time paradoxes to explore.

Time to try the Vorkosigan Saga—you’ve never read science fiction like this - Ars Technica

Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen explores a futuristic marriage in a new space colony.

Uber settles “industry-leading background check” class-action for $28.5M - Ars Technica

Plaintiffs: Uber didn't require fingerprints from drivers, so it wasn't top-notch.

Apple is replacing USB-C cables that shipped with early MacBooks - Engadget RSS Feed

If you were an early adopter of Apple's slimmed-down MacBook, then this may apply to you. According to the company, a "limited number" of laptops sold between its launch in Apr...

The Public Access Weekly: Ooh! A piece of candy... - Engadget RSS Feed

Just once I'd like to wake up on a Friday morning and not get Rebecca Black's infamous song stuck in my head -- but every Friday it sneaks in there like the overachieving ear worm ...

Android app turns your phone into an earthquake detector - Engadget RSS Feed

Your smartphone can already warn you about earthquakes. UC Berkeley, however, is going one step further: it wants your phone to help detect those quakes. The school has released an Android ap...

Apple urges judge to make up mind about unlocking phones for Feds - Engadget RSS Feed

Today, Apple tried to prod New York Magistrate Judge James Orenstein into settling a months-old debate about unlocking an iPhone at the heart of a criminal investigation. A letter submitted b...

Amazon Echo starts talking to your thermostat - Engadget RSS Feed

Amazon's voice-guided Echo speaker can serve as everything from an exercise coach to a game machine, but its latest addition could be particularly helpful if you're shivering as you...

NBCUniversal has a streaming service for reality TV fans - Engadget RSS Feed

If you're a fan of American reality TV shows but you live in the UK, Ireland or Australia, you'll soon be in luck. NBCUNiversal announced Hayu, a streaming service dedicated to the ...

How Univision is beating the competition to 4K sports streaming - Engadget RSS Feed

4K is everywhere. The technology is rapidly making its way into people's homes, in the form of a wide assortment of 4K-ready devices that include cameras, TVs and smartphones. Then there...

SyFy's futuristic cop show 'Halcyon' will have 5 VR episodes - Engadget RSS Feed

In the year 2058, virtual reality is so commonplace that big-city police have established a Virtual Reality Crimes Unit. In this branch, detective Julie Dover ends up investigating an inciden...

Study links North Korea to Sony hack and malware campaign - Engadget RSS Feed

Cyber-security firms Kaspersky and Alienvault Labs announced at the Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit that they had uncovered new evidence linking the massive Sony Pictures hack of 2014 with ...

YouTube acquires BandPage to help drive Red subscriptions - Engadget RSS Feed

YouTube announced on Friday that it is acquiring BandPage, a platform that acts as a homepage of sorts for musicians. BandPage originally designed landing tabs on Facebook for musicians but l...

Apple's new 4-inch iPhone and iPad Air 3 are rumored to arrive on March 18th - Engadget RSS Feed

The Apple rumor mill has been in full swing over the last month or so, with as-yet-unconfirmed March 15th event that's said to introduce a new 4-inch iPhone and the iPad Air 3. Those rum...

Google is shutting down Picasa in favor of Photos - Engadget RSS Feed

Google has been steadily migrating its resources towards the Photos ecosystem since the company first announced it at last year's I/O developers conference. It's already shut down G...

Game algorithm could help win elections - Engadget RSS Feed

There's a particular strain of game theory, Colonel Blotto, that many believe could predict the outcomes of everything from elections to sports matches. It asks two sides to distribute ...

Mitsubishi uses sound and WiFi to locate you indoors - Engadget RSS Feed

There have been many attempts at locating you indoors when GPS fails, but they usually come with catches. WiFi alone isn't very accurate, for example, while a ton of beacons isn't ...

Dr. Dre will reportedly star in Apple's first original TV series - Engadget RSS Feed

Rumors have swirled about Apple building its own TV service for untold months now -- and the company has also been rumored to be creating its own original content, ala Netflix, Hulu, Amazon a...

RIP: Adblock Plus - Engadget RSS Feed

I got a little too excited when the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) chief called Adblock Plus (ABP) "an unethical, immoral, mendacious coven of techie wannabes." I immediately ...

uTorrent offers ad-free option for $5 a year - Engadget RSS Feed

uTorrent recently opted to monetize with ads, but it turns out that pirates hate those as much as paying for content. Now, parent BitTorrent is trying something else -- offering a subscriptio...

Google gives My Maps for Android a much-needed revamp - Engadget RSS Feed

Google's My Maps for Android hasn't received a lot of affection lately, but the company is making up for that in style. It quietly released a big upgrade to the custom mapping app ...

The best open-back headphones under $500 - Engadget RSS Feed

By Brent Butterworth This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. Read the full article here. If a serious music lover who wanted to s...

Philae mission team says goodbye to the comet lander - Engadget RSS Feed

The mostly quiet Philae comet lander appears to be silent for good. German space agency DLR announced today that it would no longer attempt to send commands to the unit. "Unfortunately, ...

UK police arrest teenager over recent US government hacks - Engadget RSS Feed

UK authorities believe they've caught a teenage hacker who was part of the recent wave of attacks on US government officials. A 15-year-old boy who goes by the name "Cracka" wa...

Netflix just finished moving all of its data over to Amazon - Engadget RSS Feed

The closure of Netflix's last data center might not be news, but who's picking up the slack on the outside might be. The firm has revealed that it's now moved its entire online...

American Airlines teams up with Uber for door to door travel - Engadget RSS Feed

American Airlines has jumped into bed with Uber in order to create a service that's as "door to door" as the pair can make. The idea is that fliers who can afford not to take t...

Visa reveals its stake in rival Square (updated) - Engadget RSS Feed

Visa has purchased 10 percent of Square's trading shares according to documents seen by the WSJ. Square is best known for its smartphone-attached readers that make it easy for merchants ...




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