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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. That's not to mention making sure they did...

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Categories: gear, ios, ios11, mobile, nsfw, nude, photos, photovault

Traditionally the sex of a blood donor has been considered irrelevant when giving a blood transfusion, but a compelling study is raising new concerns suggesting blood transfusions delivered to men using blood from previously pregnant women could increase their risk of dying in the years following the transfusion. .. Continue Reading Study suggests dangers in blood transfusions between men and women Category: Medical Tags: Blood Sex Related Articles: ...

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Categories: medical, rich haridy

A new bridge, which was completely 3D printed, has just opened in the Netherlands. Designed and built by engineers from the Technical University of Eindhoven and construction company BAM Infra, the cyclist bridge was printed in pieces from a concrete mixture, reinforced with steel cable, before being assembled and erected on-site... Continue Reading 3D printed reinforced concrete bridge opens in the Netherlands Category: Architecture Tags: 3D Printing Bridge ...

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Categories: architecture, michael irving

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 (Alphabet, Uber, GM, Tesla and Ford -- just to name...

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Categories: amnonshashua, autonomous, intel, mobileye, safety, self-drivingcar, tomorrow, transportation

While Samsung continues to reap the rewards of being the world's 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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Categories: davideun, gadgetry, gadgets, gear, home, personal computing, personalcomputing, samsung, samsungnext, wsjdlive

We've already seen bike helmets with head/tail lights, turn indicators and built-in speakers, and the Beacon helmet … well, it has all of those too. What makes it a little different, however, is the fact that it laser-projects a bicycle-warning symbol onto the road 5 to 12 meters (16 to 39 ft) in front of the rider... Continue Reading Bike helmet enlists lasers for added safety Category: Bicycles Tags: Cycling Helmets Kickstarter Laser ...

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Categories: bicycles, ben coxworth

DJI has moved to allay some of the privacy concerns surrounding drones, introducing a new feature designed to identify its unmanned aircraft as they buzz about overhead. Dubbed AeroScope, the technology broadcasts information such as serial numbers and altitude to help authorities monitor the whereabouts of individual airborne drones. .. Continue Reading DJI's AeroScope tech identifies and tracks drones in flight Category: Drones Tags: DJI Innovations Drone...

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Categories: drones, nick lavars

Every year thousands of woman undergo painful and invasive surgeries to remove breast lesions that current diagnostic tools identify as of a high risk for cancer. The vast majority of these procedures reveal the lesions to be benign so improving current detection and diagnosis tools is a major priority for many researchers. A team has successfully developed an AI system that uses machine learning to predict which high-risk lesions are most likely to become cancerous... Continue Reading AI to...

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Categories: medical, rich haridy

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

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Categories: business, crowdfunding, gadgets, gear, indiegogo, marketplace

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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Categories: av, battlefieldhardline, deadspace, ea, games, gaming, personal computing, personalcomputing, videogames, visceralgames

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

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Categories: abuse, gear, harassment, hate, internet, neo-nazi, socialnetwork, socialnetworking, trolls, twitter

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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Categories: a10, a9, ar, augmentedreality, fcbayern, gear, ios, ios11, iphone, mobile, soccer

The Surface Precision Mouse isn't the only new input device in Microsoft's arsenal. The company's 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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Categories: gear, intellimouse, intellimouseexplorer, intellimouseexplorer3.0, microsoft, mouse, nostalgia, peripherals, personal computing, personalcomputing, retro

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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Categories: av, gaming, grandtheftauto, gta, gtaonline, gtav, internet, pc, pcgaming, playstation, playstation4, ps4, rockstargames, steam, update, windows10, xbox, xboxone

In the most recent analysis of Cassini data, Cornell astronomers have determined that a three-decades-old assumption about the relationship between Saturn's moon Janus and the planet's A ring is just plain wrong... Continue Reading It turns out Janus has help lassoing Saturn's A ring Category: Space Tags: Cassini Cornell NASA Saturn Related Articles: Titan may hold the key to non-water-based life ...

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Categories: space, michael franco

Levi's connected denim jacket went on sale three weeks ago, but CEO Chip Bergh said it's already working with Google on version 2.0 of the Project Jacquard platform. At Wall Street Journal's D. Live conference, Bergh said that he'd like new clothing...

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Categories: chipbergh, gear, google, levis, wearables, wsjdlive

Greenpeace has made a tradition out of raking companies over the coals when their environmental practices fall short of its standards, and that's truer than ever in the activist group's latest electronics report card. The organization didn't list any...

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Categories: amazon, apple, environment, fairphone, gear, google, green, greenpeace, microsoft, mobile, personal computing, personalcomputing, samsung

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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Categories: amazon, amazonstudios, business, entertainment, harrassment, harveyweinstein, resigned, rosemcgowan, royprice

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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Categories: av, entertainment, facebook, facebookwatch, fivepoints, internet, kerrywashington, lavarball, marshawnlynch, mikerowe, mlb, nfl, originalprogramming

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

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Categories: gchq, masssurveillance, security, socialmedia

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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Categories: acer, daydream, dell, entertainment, gadgetry, gadgets, gear, gearvr, hulu, huluvr, lenovo, microsoft, mixedreality, psvr, rift, services, video, virtualreality, vrheadset

Love him or hate him, you can't deny that Drive and Neon Demon director Nicholas Winding Refn has an astute eye for style in his movies. He's taking that and launching his own streaming service, dubbed "byNWR." It's different from Netflix in that its...

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Categories: av, bynwr, entertainment, internet, movies, netflix, niche, nicholaswindingrefn, streaming, streamingmovies, streamingvideo

While our voices are increasingly being used for biometric identification, they're not an infallible form of ID. People can impersonate us, for instance, or edited recordings of our voices can be used. It was with this in mind that researchers at the University of Michigan created VAuth ("vee-auth"), which adds an extra level of security to the technology... Continue Reading VAuth tech feels your voice in your skin Category: Good Thinking Tags: Biometrics ...

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Categories: good thinking, ben coxworth

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

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Categories: av, chromecast, gear, google, googleassistant, googlehome, googlehomemax, googlehomemini, internet, services, streaming, television, tv, voicecontrol, voicerecognition, youtube, youtubetv

The next step for Alphabet's 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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Categories: ericschmidt, google, sidewalk, sidewalklabs, smartcities, smartcity, tomorrow, transportation

When Volvo declared that its Polestar performance brand would revolve around electric powertrains, it wasn't kidding. Polestar has unveiled its first car, appropriately named the Polestar 1, and it's a plug-in hybrid coupe that musters 600HP while m...

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Categories: car, gear, green, hybrid, phev, plug-inhybrid, polestar, polestar1, sportscar, transportation, vehicle, volvo

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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Categories: authentication, burberry, business, chanel, christiandior, ebay, fendi, gear, gucci, handbag, hermes, louisvuitton, luxury, prada, services, verification

If you go mountain biking in the actual mountains, it's fairly likely that you'll encounter situations in which you have to carry your bike. And if those situations involve activities like rock-scrambling or otherwise negotiating sketchy terrain, it would really be best if both your hands were free. It was with this in mind that German cyclist Marvin Kiesel created PeakRider, a hands-free bicycle-carrying system... Continue Reading PeakRider puts a bike on your back Category: Bicycles Tags:...

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Categories: bicycles, ben coxworth

Over the course of 25 years in the market, the Monster family has become one of Ducati's greatest commercial successes. The Italian company is celebrating this important milestone by redesigning the Monster 821 as a tribute to the original M900 and adding a touch of fresh gear... Continue Reading Ducati celebrates a quarter century of Monsters Category: Motorcycles Tags: Ducati Motorcycle Related Articles: Ducati SuperSport:...

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Categories: motorcycles, spiros tsantilas

Talking to a Garmin GPS navigator has already been possible for a few years now, but the company's latest device will allow drivers to ask Amazon's Alexa to stream audiobooks, podcasts and music through the vehicle's sound system, as well as get the navigation system to serve up turn-by-turn directions... Continue Reading Garmin's latest turn-by-turn GPS lets drivers Speak to Alexa Category: Automotive Tags: Amazon Alexa Garmin Satellite Navigation ...

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Categories: automotive, paul ridden

Is this the future of smartphones? So far the biggest innovations we've seen in mobile this year have been bigger screens and smaller bezels, but Chinese manufacturer ZTE has raised the bar with its Axon M, the first foldable handset with a dual display, suggesting a host of potential uses. .. Continue Reading ZTE points to the future with the first foldable, dual-screen smartphone Category: Mobile Technology Tags: Dual-screen Foldable Smartphones ...

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Categories: mobile technology, david nield

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The 2017 US Department of Energy Solar Decathlon has come to a close in Denver. The competition tasks students with building prototype solar-powered houses and awards points based on categories including architecture, engineering, and innovation. This year's winner blends green design with a plan to encourage the surrounding community to get together and discuss ways to use less energy. .. Continue Reading Swiss efficiency wins the day at 2017 Solar Decathlon Category:...

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Categories: architecture, adam williams

Future gadget inventors and makers can learn about electronics by reading books or watching online videos, but chances are it won't be long before they want to break out the breadboards and start experimenting themselves. Educational technology company pi-top has launched an electronics design platform in the shape of a Pi-based modular laptop that's aimed at making hands-on learning simple and fun... Continue Reading pi-top gets kids building modular laptops Category: Laptops Tags: ...

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Categories: laptops, paul ridden

The most intense laser in the world will soon become twice as intense, thanks to a US$2 million upgrade from the National Science Foundation. The Hercules laser at the University of Michigan currently fires a beam with the power of 300 terawatts (TW), but by replacing certain outdated components that could be bumped up to a possible 1,000 TW. With that kind of power, the laser could lead to advances in astrophysics research and enabling more precise, faster and cheaper medical...

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Categories: physics, michael irving

Drone promise to cut a lot of corners when it comes to delivering items, but that may prove particularly important when it comes to providing urgent medical attention. We are seeing this play out in Africa with the airborne delivery of blood samples, and another example involves treatment of heart attacks. Startup Flirtey is working on a system where defibrillators are carried by drone directly to the site of a cardiac arrest, where every passing minute can lower the chances of survival....

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Categories: drones, nick lavars

There was a tinge of sadness about this year's MotorClassica Show in Melbourne. MotorClassica is to Australia as Retromobile is to France and Techno Classica is to Germany, being the celebration of a 120 year-old automotive culture. The well curated annual event ran from October 13-15, 2017 and provided a wonderful perspective through which to view the passing of an industry dear to Australian hearts... Continue Reading In Photos: Motorclassica celebrates the Australian automobile industry one...

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Categories: automotive, mike hanlon

There's a ton of tags, Tiles and trackers to attach to those items that are always vanishing around the house, but most of them are Bluetooth-enabled, so they aren't much good if you leave them on a bus. Samsung has announced plans to jump into the tracker game with the Connect Tag, which uses a cellular connection to get a GPS readout on lost items, pets and even kids, essentially anywhere there's a cell phone tower... Continue Reading Samsung's Connect Tag locates lost objects through...

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Categories: mobile technology, michael irving

After letting the DB11 coupe build some momentum and launch in AMG-V8 spec, Aston Martin has pulled the curtains back on the DB11 Volante. The Volante lives at that same special juncture of muscular aggression and sensual curvaceousness, only lets a bit more air flow through the driver's hair. And with a 503-hp 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 at the helm, not even the hardiest coiffure is safe... Continue Reading Aston Martin peels the roof back on the DB11 Category: Automotive Tags: ...

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Categories: automotive, c.c. weiss

A computer security researcher from Belguim's KU Leuven has inadvertently discovered a major security flaw in the WPA2 protocol that protects the majority of Wi-Fi networks. This revelation means that every device using WPA2 Wi-Fi security is vulnerable to being spied on and simply changing your password won't prevent an attack... Continue Reading Wi-Fi security flaw could make every device in the world vulnerable Category: Computers Tags: Security Wi-Fi ...

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Categories: computers, rich haridy

Toyota's Concept-i series introduced at CES earlier this year offered a glimpse of how the company sees artificially intelligent vehicles interacting with their users. The company has now added a couple of new concepts to this forward-thinking lineup that cater to less mobile folks, with both to be unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show later this month. .. Continue Reading Toyota Concept-i series pieces together door-to-door mobility Category: Automotive Tags: Artificial...

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Categories: automotive, nick lavars

Roku, Google's Chromecast, and Amazon's Fire TV Stick are your best choices, but which is the top choice? The post The Best Streaming Media Device: Roku, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire appeared first on Geek.com.

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Categories: apps and software, culture, gadgets, news, tech, apps, chromecast, comparison, google, media players, netflix, roku, roku stick, streaming, streaming media

Samsung kicks off the annual device-reveal season with today’s unveiling of the Galaxy Note 8. Various leaks and teases have piqued consumer attention, which, frankly, is mainly focused on whether or not this […] The post Livestream Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 Unveiling appeared first on Geek.com.

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Categories: android, consumer, gadgets, mobile, news, tech, device, gadget, galaxy note 8, handset, launch, phablet, samsung, samsung unpacked, smartphone, unveiling

Lots of people like being outdoors. Not geeks, usually (hyuck hyuck), but a lot of people. And, unfortunately for, presumably, some of those folks, there aren’t too many solid portable vaporizers that could […] The post Vapium Summit: The Vape for the Great Outdoors appeared first on Geek.com.

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Most vaporizers cost a pretty penny. Even if you’re looking at cheaper options, you can still expect to spend at least $150 for something that does everything well. But the Vie is looking […] The post Vie Review: The Best Budget Vaporizer Ever Made appeared first on Geek.com.

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Categories: gadgets, news, tech, revolution, vape, vapetech, vie

I’m going to say it. Fidget spinners are fun. At least, they’re fun for people like me who have what is best described with the Yiddish word shpilkes. As a giant nerd, however, […] The post ThinkGeek’s Nerdy Fidget Spinners (and My Own Failed Game Boy Spinner) appeared first on Geek.com.

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Categories: gadgets, geek-cetera, tech, fidget spinners, game boy, shuriken, thinkgeek

Society could collapse at any time. Meteors, zombies, global warming, dystopian cyberpunk corporate statehood, old-fashioned fascist dictatorship, it could be anything. You need to be ready. But loading up on guns and ammo […] The post The Geek Prepper’s Guide: Data Smuggling Game Boy Cartridges appeared first on Geek.com.

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The Davinci IQ is another high-end vape, but this one is… ridiculous. Excessive, perhaps? It looks like the exact thing you’d get if you put a ton of Silicon Valley folks in a […] The post The Davinci IQ is an Overbuilt Wonder appeared first on Geek.com.

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Firefly 2 is a vape defined by its simplicity. There are two buttons — and you hold both to turn it on and set it to work. That’s it. You have a battery, […] The post The Firefly 2 is a God Among Vapes appeared first on Geek.com.

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Graphics card manufacturer, Nvidia, has been trying to break out of just being the folks that make your beefy graphics cards for a while. And that’s been met with mixed success. One of […] The post The Nvidia Shield is Finally Awesome And Totally Worth It appeared first on Geek.com.

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You probably think Wifi is awful. It’s spotty, slow and annoying to manage. Well in the words of that one dude from Independence Day, that’s not entirely accurate. See, most Wifi is shit […] The post Why Your Wifi Sucks and How to Fix It appeared first on Geek.com.

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