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  • iPhone 7 Could Have A Flush Rear Camera

    iPhone 7 Could Have A Flush Rear Camera

    Chances are you hate this protruding camera module pictured above on your current iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s. According to a new rumor on the iPhone 7 design (via Mac Rumors), the next iPhone could have a flush rear camera. The antenna bands across the back would also disappear. Read More

  • New Apple Patent Covers Hovering Gestures For iPhone Displays

    New Apple Patent Covers Hovering Gestures For iPhone Displays

    3D Touch was just a first step. AppleInsider has spotted a new patent that would add a proximity sensor layer into your iPhone display. It would open up a brand new field of interactions for your phone with new hovering gestures. Read More

  • Apple Beefs Up Its Security Team By Hiring Security Expert Team

    Apple Beefs Up Its Security Team By Hiring Security Expert Team

    Remember Thunderstrike 2? Last summer, Xeno Kovah and Trammell Hudson unveiled several known vulnerabilities affecting the Mac firmware and letting malware creators update the firmware without any way to reset it to its factory status — you’d need to reflash the firmware chip. And it looks like Apple didn’t just fix the vulnerability — it has also hired LegbaCore… Read More

  • This Semi-Automatic Gun Is “95 Percent” 3D Printed

    This Semi-Automatic Gun Is “95 Percent” 3D Printed

    Another day, another 3D-printed gun. This one comes to us from a carpenter from West Virginia who calls himself Derwood. His gun is “95 percent” 3D printed which means the important bits – springs, firing pins, etc. – are handmade or repurposed (the barrel comes from a Glock) while the stock, magazine, and upper and lower receivers are printed on a Fusion F306 3D… Read More

  • Amazon Brings Its Virtual Assistant Alexa To Older Fire TV Devices

    Amazon Brings Its Virtual Assistant Alexa To Older Fire TV Devices

    When Amazon rolled out the next generation of its set-top box, the Fire TV, last year, one of the standout features was the addition of Amazon Alexa to the platform. Today, the voice assistant is making its way to owners of Amazon’s original Fire TV and Fire TV Sticks, the company announced this morning, thanks to an over-the-air update arriving shortly. Read More

  • Square’s Latest Reader Available At Apple

    Square’s Latest Reader Available At Apple

    Square’s latest payments reader is coming to an Apple store near you, the company tells TechCrunch. The devices will retail for $49 and be available online and in-store throughout the U.S. Launched last fall, Square’s new contraption is NFC-enabled and works with Apple Pay. Now the standard in many countries, it accepts EMV chip cards, which are more secure than credit cards… Read More

  • Fitbit Announces The Alta, A $130 Customizable Fitness Band

    Fitbit Announces The Alta, A $130 Customizable Fitness Band

    Meet the new face of Fitbit. Called Alta, this new $130 fitness tracker is set to invigorate the company’s aging product line — if it’s not too late. The Alta is packed with the standard array of Fitbit abilities, lacking only heart rate monitoring. Inside the band is activity tracking, sleep tracking, move reminders, a clock and smartphone notifications. The Alta even has… Read More

  • Review: Doppler Labs AR Listening System Signals The Future Is Here

    Review: Doppler Labs AR Listening System Signals The Future Is Here

    For years now, we’ve though of Augmented Reality in the context of our vision — Google Glass started the trend, and the Microsoft HoloLens enforced it. But the folks at Doppler Labs believe the future of augmented reality starts with the ears. It’s Here. The Doppler Labs Here buds, live in-ear audio tuners that let you tune and tweak your own hearing experience, have… Read More

  • Petcube Scoops Up $2.6 Million So You Can Entertain Your Pet From Anywhere

    Petcube, which is part of Y Combinator’s Winter 2016 class, is a young startup that wants to bring together pet care and the connected home to improve the lives of our pets. To do this, the company has raised $2.6 million for their first product, the Petcube Camera. Read More

  • Das Keyboard Releases New Gaming Hardware For AWSD Jockeys

    Das Keyboard Releases New Gaming Hardware For AWSD Jockeys

    Das Keyboard, makers of super-clicky, super-heavy keyboards for hacker ninja warriors has announced a new line of keyboards and mice for the gaming set. Called Division Zero, the new X40 keyboard has a metal top panel, LED-lit keys, and new gold-plated switch contacts. The top panel is removable and replaceable and n-key rollover for maximum badassery. They’ve also launched an M50 mouse… Read More

  • This Roving Robot Makes Its Own Martian Landing Pad

    This Roving Robot Makes Its Own Martian Landing Pad

    Robots will soon be heading into space before us in order to feel things out, prepare living spaces, and set up booze delivery services. But first we have to land on the planet in question which is where PISCES Helelani shines. This rover is designed to land on a planet and prepare a surface for future rockets to alight. The rover, which includes a shovel and robotic arm, can clear a patch of… Read More

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