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Yes, those 360-degree videos you see sometimes on YouTube and Facebook are purty, not just because they're new and shiny, but because they're more immersive than even the most stunning two-dimensional Instagram images. But how do those video wizards create them, you may ask? Although some of those videos were definitely created using very expensive and sophisticated cameras, it's absolutely possible to create your own 360 videos easily — and cheaply.  SEE ALSO: Vimeo is finally giving...

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Categories: gopro, cameras, ricoh theta, gear 360, samsung

There are no second chances in life, but there may be in email.  While this is of little consolation to those wishing they could hit "undo" on semi-recent national events, Gmail's Undo Send feature gives us all the break we so desperately need. SEE ALSO: Gmail finally doubles email attachment limit, but it means nothing Are you using it? You really should be.  Email, after all, is deceptively hard. Reaching inbox zero is basically a pipe dream, and crafting the perfect message that isn't...

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Categories: tech utility, gmail, tips, tips and tricks, email

Windows/Mac/Linux: When it comes to notes apps, you have a seemingly endless trail of options, but it’s rare to find one that’s cross-platform, supports the Evernote-style of rich notes, and works without needing an account somewhere. Collate is just that.Read more...

Source Feed: Lifehacker
Categories: downloads, notes, note taking, windows downloads, mac downloads, linux downloads


Details were still emerging, but it appeared to have been the single deadliest known attack on an Afghan military base since the war began.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: afghanistan war (2001-14), taliban, afghan national army, afghanistan, balkh province (afghanistan)

The president has turned to a group of advisers — from family, real estate, media, finance and politics — all of whom are outside the White House gates

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: trump, donald j, presidential election of 2016, christie, christopher j, gingrich, newt, hannity, sean, icahn, carl c, kraft, robert k, stone, roger j jr, trump, melania, ryan, paul d jr, schwarzman, stephen a

Manchester Watch Works aka MWW makes small batch watches that are sometimes homages to historic timepieces and are sometimes entirely new design. This model, the Iconik 3 – the third in the Iconik line – is based on the Blancpain TR-900, a military spec diver’s watch used by navies worldwide in the 1960s. These waterproof workhorses are sought after collectables and the Iconik… Read More

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, tc, blancpain, luxury brands, manufacturing, seiko, watches

Our daily pick of the best free Windows software – a powerful movei editor that's ideal for preparing YouTube videos.

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'Travelmate' is your new best friend to travel with. It can follow you wherever you go, whether it be standing vertically or horizontally. It can also carry things for you and charge your phone. 'Travelmate' uses AI to match your movements and avoid bumping into objects. Read more...More about Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Carry On Suitcase, Carry On, and Airport

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Categories: artificial intelligence, ai, carry on suitcase, carry on, airport

Real estate interests have shown their lobbying prowess, and the president has embraced positions that would benefit developers and complicate changes.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: tax credits, deductions and exemptions, real estate and housing (residential), united states politics and government, law and legislation, corporate taxes, trump, donald j

Just a couple of days after releasing its new NikeLab version of the Apple Watch, Apple is leveraging the device's reputation as a fitness tool to join in the Earth Day festivities.  Early Saturday, Apple CEO Tim Cook posted a photo of a new special edition achievement badge on the Apple Watch designed to get people outside and active.  SEE ALSO: Science hero Neil deGrasse Tyson delivers his most inspiring message yet "Get outside, enjoy our planet and complete a 30-minute workout today," said...

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Categories: apple, tim cook, apple watch, earth day, tech

The presidential election on Sunday is one of the most consequential in recent times — not just for France, but for Europe — and one of the most unpredictable, too.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: elections, politics and government, voting and voters, polls and public opinion, fillon, francois, le pen, marine, melenchon, jean-luc, macron, emmanuel (1977- ), france


Members of the so-called collectives, or colectivos in Spanish, operate with impunity and will defend their besieged president at all costs, experts say.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: maduro, nicolas, chavez, hugo, caracas (venezuela), demonstrations, protests and riots, venezuela

We love Pyrex around these parts, and their 3-pack of measuring cups is down to $13 today. In addition to looking great, the cups are microwave and (semi) dishwasher safe, and since they’re made of glass, they won’t absorb any odors, flavors, or stains. Plus, they just feel heavy and professional, and would make a…Read more...

Source Feed: Lifehacker
Categories: kinja deals, deals, kitchen, home, amazon, pyrex


The 'Miimo' robot from Honda will do your least favorite summer chore for you. It mows your lawn.  The device was designed with safety in mind. It's equipped with sensors that force the blades to stop cutting if it's unexpectedly hit or moved Read more...More about Miimo, Lawnmower, Real Time Video, Real Time Video, and Real Time

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Categories: miimo, lawnmower, real time video, real time video, real time


Turkish denials have long rested on the lack of documentary evidence. But a researcher says he has found a crucial telegram about the World War I-era atrocity.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: armenians, war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity, archives and records, ottoman empire, world war i (1914-18), turkey, akcan, taner

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It's been a busy week: Samsung and Google partnered on special version of Google Play Music and White House staffers' favorite secure messaging app might not be that secure. Oh, and Facebook wants you to talk and listen your skin. Luckily, we've kept up for you. Each week, we round up the latest app news, along with a few of our favorite new and updated products, to keep you in the loop with everything coming to your smartphone. SEE ALSO: Facebook's plan to tap into your brain is strange,...

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Categories: google photos, facebook, snapchat, weekly app roundup, tech

With his understanding of the web, Jean-Luc Mélenchon has extended the reach of his message and drawn the support of a new generation of online commentators.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: elections, computers and the internet, melenchon, jean-luc, social media, fillon, francois, hamon, benoit, le pen, marine, macron, emmanuel (1977- ), sfar, joann


The creator of the PowerEgg, an ovoid flying robot, has begun accepting orders for its newest creation, a submersible camera drone for home use. Dubbed the PowerRay, the waterproof device can find, attract and record fish. It operates at a depth of 30 meters, or about 98 feet, for up to four hours at a time. It is suitable for use in fresh-, salt-or chlorinated-water. The PowerRay garnered… Read More

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, hardware, robotics, science, startups, tc, chih-che tsai, filming underwater, openrov, powerray, powervision, submersible drones, underwater drone, waterproof camera




Today is the March for Science, and people all over the country are hitting the streets to protest all anti-science agendas and policies. If you plan on showing your support, there’s still time to make some memorable signs with these simple wordplay tips.Read more...

Source Feed: Lifehacker
Categories: politics, protests, protesting, science, linguistics, language, signs

The new HTC handset will just be called the 'U' and will be launched on May 16.

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Eager to roll back Dodd-Frank legislation and overhaul the tax code, President Trump directed the Treasury Department to review measures that would curtail corporate tax evasion.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: united states politics and government, trump, donald j, executive orders and memorandums, federal taxes (us), treasury department

Facebook said it had erroneously blocked the account of Guo Wengui, who has accused the relatives of Chinese government officials of corruption.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: facebook inc, guo wengui, social media, politics and government, china, censorship

Apple's secretive self-driving car project just got a little less mysterious.  The Cupertino-based company was granted a permit by the California DMV to test cars on public roads in April, but the details on just what exactly it had planned were few and far between. We knew the permit applied to three self-driving Lexus RX540h SUVs, but not much more.  SEE ALSO: We finally have proof Apple is working on a self-driving car Thanks to California DMV documents obtained by Business Insider via a...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: tesla, google, uber, self driving cars, cars

Today’s Stories  Q&A app Quora valued around $1.8 billion in $85 million fundraise Elon Musk’s Neuralink wants to turn cloud-based AI into an extension of our brains Duolingo launches paid subscriptions as it experiments with new ways to monetize its service Snap acquires the crucial geofilter patent from Mobli for a record $7.7M Credits Written and Hosted by: Anthony Ha… Read More

Source Feed: Mobile – TechCrunch
Categories: apps, mobile, startups, tc, duolingo, elon musk, mobli, neuralink, patents, quora, snap

When you type a question into Google Search, you’ll often get a complete answer right at the top of the page. These featured answers can be a great time-saver, but they can also be dead wrong.Read more...

Source Feed: Lifehacker
Categories: google, google home, google search, search, fake news, explainer, videos

Welcome, lab rats of the future. Google wants 10,000 of you in the United States to be their test dummies for four years so they can understand a lot more about health and the human body. And by Google, we mean Google's parent company, Alphabet, which owns Verily, the company conducting this study. Stay with us now.  SEE ALSO: Google Scholar might finally be Google's way back into China Project Baseline, as the mission has been dubbed, "is the quest to collect comprehensive health data and use...

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Categories: participants, verily, alphabet, project baseline, study

Mercedes-Benz is giving drivers an even smarter luxury experience and adding some AI assistant power to its newest vehicles. All Mercedes-Benz models from 2016 and 2017 are now compatible with both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, taking the smart home experience out on the road. SEE ALSO: Lynk & Co's sedan concept boasts free internet The AI assistants will allow drivers to do things like remote start their car using a voice command from the comfort of their kitchen or adjust their smart...

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Categories: connected car, google assistant, amazon alexa, mercedes benz, tech


Jezebel The Comments on Jillian Harris’ Blog Post About ‘Boss Moms’ Are a Wild, Emotional Ride | Deadspin Katsuyori Shibata Is Just The Latest Japanese Wrestling Star To Suffer A Serious Head Injury | Fusion A Question About Slapping Black Slang on T-Shirts | The Root Meet the SC Woman Running the Craziest, Most…Read more...

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We asked for your most bizarre, awkward wrong number calls and text messages and, boy, did you deliver. These tales of “whoa” involve everything from clueless callers to tactless texters, playful responses to toilet phones, and everything in between.Read more...

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Categories: tell us, phones, phone calls, texting, smartphones



Can anything typed into a smartphone really be considered private? That question is at the heart of a lawsuit alleging that a messaging app beloved by White House staff isn't as secure as it claims to be. SEE ALSO: Sean Spicer is checking staff phones because his office leaks like sieve Between shady apps, hackers, and screenshots, keeping a digital message away from snooping eyes is no easy task. The self-described "confidential messenger" app Confide, however, is trying. The company has gone...

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Categories: security, smartphones, encryption, messaging app, white house

User interface design is hard, but we’ve been getting better at it over the years to the point where even a thermostat is easy to use. Automakers, however, seem to have their heads in the sand, taking their design inspiration for their infotainment consoles from old Winamp skins instead of any type of modern interface.Read more...

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Categories: rants, cars, infotainment, updates, driving, bluetooth


Quora just became the unicorn of subjective human knowledge. After eight years carefully cultivating an intelligent question and answer community, it’s just raised an $85 million Series D round co-led by Collaborative Fund and Y Combinator’s Continuity Fund. Read More

Source Feed: Mobile – TechCrunch
Categories: apps, education, fundings & exits, mobile, social, startups, tc, adam d'angelo, quora, sam altman, y combinator

The schemes of Roman Seleznev led to the theft and resale of more than two million credit card numbers, resulting in losses of at least $170 million.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: seleznev, roman valerevich, computers and the internet, cyberattacks and hackers, credit cards, extradition, justice department, identity theft, russia

With the exploding Note 7 battery fiasco, Samsung inadvertently did something that’s increasingly difficult these days: It made smartphones interesting for a flickering moment. Super interesting in fact. Besides the intriguing mournful saga of the Note 7, whose embarrassing recall cost the company billions, Samsung…Read more...

Source Feed: Lifehacker
Categories: samsung galaxy s8 review, samsung galaxy s8, galaxy s8, android, smartphones, gadgets, mobile, reviews

That was effectively the only conversation missing from Facebook’s F8 conference — an event that even made time for a progress update on a moonshot project that might one day allow us to hear through our skin. Perhaps that’s the luxury of a company whose advertising revenue is up 57 percent year-over-year. But don’t misconstrue unseen for unimportant. Behind… Read More

Source Feed: Enterprise – TechCrunch
Categories: advertising tech, artificial intelligence, enterprise, social, tc, artificial intelligence, computing, f82017, facebook, money, moonshot, photo sharing, software

The industry has been on the outside looking in with federal regulators, but a meeting provides a sign that that could change with net neutrality revisions.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: pai, ajit, net neutrality, facebook inc, federal communications commission, intel corporation

A number of factors may be causing your web browser to lock up, but you might be able to find the culprit yourself with a little troubleshooting.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: web browsers, microsoft corp, javascript, computers and the internet

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