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Science & Technology | Technology

The FCC officially votes to kill net neutrality

Despite overwhelming opposition from Congress, technical experts, advocacy organizations and, of course, the American people, the FCC has voted to eliminate..

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

SpaceX launches a reused Dragon atop a reused Falcon 9 for the first time

SpaceX has moved one step closer to its dream of affordable, efficient reusable space flight: Today for its CRS-13 resupply mission for the International..

Health & Fitness | Wheels

This device turns any manual bike into an electric vehicle in seconds

Rubbee X is an e-drive that can turn almost any manual bicycle into an electric hybrid.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokémon GO's Gen 3 Update Arrives With A Lot More Than Just New Pokémon

Pokemon GO's Gen 3 launch is here, but there's a lot more to this update than just 50 new Pokemon to catch.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Introducing Weather and 50 Pokémon from the Hoenn Region in Pokémon GO!

Starting later this week, Treecko, Torchic, Mudkip, and several more Pokémon originally discovered in the Hoenn region

Science & Technology | Technology

Here's how to use Apple Pay Cash, Apple's new Venmo competitor that just launched

Apple activated Apple Pay Case this week, a new feature in iOS 11.2. Here's how to use it.

Miscellaneous | Dating & Relationships

How texting has killed romance

On the 25th anniversary of the first text message, courtship has never been less romantic.

Science & Technology | Tech

What Amazon Echo and Google Home Do With Your Voice Data—And How to Delete It | WIRED

Like the idea of Amazon Echo and Google Home, but feel uneasy about all that recording? Here's what they listen to—and how to delete it.

Science & Technology | Technology

What Ending Net Neutrality Means for You and Your Time Online

The FCC is moving to overturn an Obama-era net neutrality plan. Here’s what that could mean for Internet users.

Science & Technology | Technology

How the phone industry will stop spam robocalls

Spam robocalls are as bad as ever. However, the Federal Communications Commission and the telecommunications industry is working on a cryptographic solution.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple watchOS 4.1 delivers phone-free music streaming

For many, the big allure of Apple Watch Series 3 has been the promise of phone-free music streaming on cellular data: you can listen to any song you like while...

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

“Self-regulating” nanoparticles can burn cancer without harming healthy cells | TechCrunch

Researchers at the University of Surrey and Dalian University of Technology in China have created a form of nanoparticle that can heat up and kill cancerous..

Science & Technology | Technology

It’s time for the internet to block fake emails

One of the biggest upsides of the internet is that people from all over the world now have access to virtually anyone anywhere. Everyone is just an email..

Science & Technology | Technology

Snapchat dangles referral traffic with link sharing from other apps

In an update to Snapchat's iOS app today, Snap began rolling out two important new features. You now can share links from other apps via the iOS share sheet,..

Science & Technology | Technology

Romeo Power unveils its first consumer power packs

Romeo Power has just released what looks to be the mobile charging device of my dreams.

Science & Technology | Technology

Intel to ship new Nervana Neural Network Processor by end of 2017

This morning at the WSJ's D.Live event, Intel formally unveiled its Nervana Neural Network Processor (NNP) family of chips designed for machine learning use cases.

Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

Cardhop will make you love contacts on the Mac. Dammit.

Cardhop isn't a contacts app, it's a connection launcher with powerful search and actions that'll fundamentally change how you interact with people on your Mac.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokémon GO 0.79.2 data mine: Gen III is coming for Halloween!!! | Pokemon GO Hub

Trainers, it’s happening – we now have almost all of the required Generation III files in the APK! We’ve done a quick data mine and our suspicions were confirmed: Gen III Pokémon audio clips are now in the APK, but more importantly̷

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Intel moves towards production quantum computing with new 17-qubit chip

Intel's quantum computing efforts have yielded a new 17-qubit chip, which the company has just delivered to its partner in that field, QuTech in the Netherlands. 17 isn't some magic number in the quantum world, nor does this chip do any special tricks ot

News | In The News

Once Its AIM Was True, But Soon AOL's Instant Messenger Will Be No More

AOL Instant Messenger, with 100 million users at its peak in 2001, was overtaken by mobile text messaging and social media platforms such as Twitter. It will be shut down in December.

Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

Create a Bootable macOS High Sierra Install Drive with DiskMaker X 7

In this article, we’ll demonstrate how you can create a bootable install drive for macOS High Sierra.

Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

Apps with Known High Sierra Compatibility Issues

There's nothing like the release of a new operating system to put apps to the test. Unsurprisingly, some apps are not playing well with High Sierra.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Scientists made the first 'unhackable' quantum video call

Following extensive testing earlier this year, China has now deployed its quantum communications work in the form of the first ever quantum-safe video call.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

It's Unclear What Pokémon GO's Exclusive Mewtwo Raids Are Actually Adding To The Game

Pokémon GO continues its beta test of exclusive raid passes, and now they’re coming to more countries and non-sponsored PokeStops. But what are they adding to the game, really?

Science & Technology | Technology

macOS High Sierra Features That You’ll Want To Upgrade For

Monday, Sept. 25, 2017 is the day that macOS 10.13 High Sierra becomes available to everyone and begins to be installed on newly produced Macs. There's been a

Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

How to Manage Cookies in Safari for High Sierra

One new feature turning heads in the web-marketing arena is Safari's new ability to prevent cross-site tracking using Intelligent Tracking Prevention.

Science & Technology | Tech

Old technology that’s worth bringing back—and not for the nostalgia - MarketWatch

These 5 technically passe items are often better and cheaper than their digital-world equivalents.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple pushes out the first bug-fixing iOS 11 update

Apple's first iOS 11 update fixes an email bug that was preventing users with Microsoft email accounts from reading their messages.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Stardust investments: a guide to spending the game’s most valuable resource

Trainers farm many things in Pokémon Go: pocket monsters, candy, evolution items, balls, revives, potions, experience. Of all the things that trainers try to acquire, Stardust may be the most valuable of all.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Here's Everything That Can Hatch From Pokémon GO's Special Equinox Event Eggs

Niantic previewed a few Pokémon that would be popping up in the special Pokemon GO Equinox Event eggs, but the community has banded together to grab data from all corners of the globe to try and get something close to a full roster of what’s in these e

Science & Technology | Apps I Like

That app-controlled paper airplane just got an update and it's pretty sweet

Paper airplanes are high tech now, thanks to the team at POWERUP and they're super successful Kickstarter campaigns.

Science & Technology | Tech

Amazon is working on smart glasses to house Alexa AI, says FT | TechCrunch

Amazon is working on building a pair of smart glasses to house its Alexa voice assistant, and a home security camera that could be linked to its existing Echo..

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Celebrate the Equinox! - Pokémon GO

With cool autumn nights quickly approaching in the Northern Hemisphere and sunny spring days arriving in the Southern Hemisphere, we thought it would be the perfect time to celebrate the coming equinox with an in-game event. New seasons mean new adventures!

Science & Technology | Technology

Before you update to iOS 11 here's how to check which apps won't work

For users of Apple's iOS the imminent arrival of a major new update to the mobile platform is generally a moment of high excitement.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple iOS 11 review: A big deal for iPads, but not iPhones

Now, with iOS 11, Apple is focusing even more on its big-screen iPad experience, but at the same time, it's leaving the iPhone a bit behind. The icons aren't exactly hard to figure out, but they're so close together on my iPhone 6S that it always takes m

Science & Technology | Technology

Proxytel wants to help business owners mask their phone numbers

Every once in a while, an app comes along aiming to provide users with disposable number, given the many reasons that an individual might not want to share his or her actual digits.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple’s Venmo-like money transfers will arrive after iOS 11

A new payment service from Apple is set to launch sometime this fall through iOS 11 and watchOS 4 updates. Apple Pay Cash will allow Apple device users to trans...

Science & Technology | Technology

The AIY Voice Kit Lets You Build a Google Home for Only $35 | WIRED

Google's official kit lets anyone with a Raspberry Pi build a smart speaker.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

UCLA scientists create an air conditioner that fits in your pocket

Imagine being able to put an air conditioner in your pocket or never worrying about your smartphone overheating again. Those dreams could one day be reality, thanks to a pocket-sized cooler developed...

Science & Technology | Technology

What happened with Apple Face ID fail

The internet is buzzing. As Apple demonstrated its new flagship phone onstage, the $999 iPhone X, the face-recognition unlocking feature failed. Here's what really happened.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

The new iPhone and its competitors hope to make laptops obsolete

Forget bigger screens and wireless ear buds, the latest iPhone is competing to be your do-it-all device.

Science & Technology | Technology

The new iPhones vs. the iPhone 7: What's changed?

This year's iPhone anniversary event has given us not one or two, but three new handsets to ponder over. The iPhone X is the star, offering us an edge-to-edge s...

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Can Niantic Take Back Its Biggest Mistake With Pokémon GO's Legendaries?

Pokemon GO has made a serious mistake with Legendary Pokemon from the start, but it may be too late to fix it now.

Science & Technology | Technology

Everything Apple will introduce at tomorrow’s iPhone 8 and iPhone X event

Tomorrow morning, the collective eyes of the tech world will be laser focused on Apple's special media event where Tim Cook and co. will introduce a slew of new iPhone models, a next-gen Apple Watch and a completely revamped Apple TV. Set to kick off at 1

Science & Technology | Technology

The iPhone 10 years in: Everything that's changed from 2007 to 2017

News, email and search are just the beginning. Discover more every day. Find your yodel.

Science & Technology | Social Media

More Americans are getting news from social media than ever before - Recode

More Americans than ever are getting news from social platforms like Facebook, Twitter and even Snapchat.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

The Air Force's 'rods from god' could hit with the force a nuclear weapon — but with no fallout

A bundle of telephone-pole sized tungsten rods, dropped from orbit, reaching up to 10 times the speed of sound.

Miscellaneous | Miscellanneous Stuff

Radio Stations Abandoned Decades Ago Are Still Transmitting And No One Knows How

The strange sounds from these un-owned radio stations keep internet sleuths up at night. Are they actually used for espionage?

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Introducing You To the Next Generation Of Monsters Coming To Pokémon Go

The third generation of Pokémon might be coming to Pokémon Go soon. Come meet your new friends.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokémon GO gets three new Legendary Pokémon that’ll move around the world each month | TechCrunch

Back in July, Niantic introduced a new concept to Pokémon GO: Legendaries. Meant to be some of the hardest to catch, Legendary Pokémon are ultra-strong,..

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple Sets Sept. 12 Launch Event to Debut Revamped iPhone - Bloomberg

Apple Inc. has set Sept. 12 for its most significant new product announcement in years.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Numworks graphing calculator is made for students raised on tech

Like textbooks, graphing calculators are still a necessary (and expensive) accessory for math and science students in high school and college. Sure, there are calculator apps for tablets and smartphones, but those are often banned for tests because they

Science & Technology | Technology

The iPhone 7s won’t be a complete iPhone 7 copy

For the first time in Apple's history, three new iPhones are coming next month. Joining the expected iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus is the iPhone 8, which will debut a variety of new technologies that will likely be found in iOS devices of the future.

Gaming | Gaming

To avoid copyright disaster, the future of game streaming is licensing

We continue to sit on the edge of our seats watching the contests of League of Legends, Dota 2, and others on the big screen. But there’s a different contest to watch -- online streaming platforms battling it out for the most viewers and best streamers

Science & Technology | Tech

Safari in iOS 11 will finally get rid of Google’s annoying AMP links

With September fast approaching, we’re only a few short weeks away from Apple releasing iOS 11 to hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users. While most of iOS 11’s new and exciting …

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokémon Go Gym rework - Motivation, Gym Battles, Defender Bonus and how Gyms work in the new Gym update • Eurogamer.n

Pokémon Go Gyms are towering, spinning monuments found out in the wild, which can be captured from other Teams with gym battles, and defended by adding your…

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokémon GO's Latest Patch Reveals Hidden Data For 135 Gen 3 Pokémon

It’s time to start laying the groundwork for the next generation of Pokémon to make their way into GO, Generation 3, which has just arrived behind the scenes in Pokemon GO.

Business & Finance | Business

End of the checkout line: the looming crisis for American cashiers | Technology | The Guardian

Donald Trump is fixated on a vision of masculine, blue-collar employment. But the retail sector has long had a far greater impact on American employment – and checkout-line technology is putting it at risk

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Mewtwo Coming to Exclusive Raid Battles Soon! - Pokémon GO

In the coming weeks, you, too, will have the opportunity to battle and catch Mewtwo with the new Exclusive Raid Battle feature.

Science & Technology | Tech

Nokia’s New Phone Ushers In the Unfortunate Era of the ‘Bothie’ | WIRED

You like taking selfies and regular photos. Get you a phone that can do both... at the same time.

Science & Technology | Tech

How Spotify Playlists Create Hits

With more than 60 million subscribers, the streaming service can make or break a song. Here's how the industry is adjusting

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Mewtwo released as a Pokemon GO Stadium Raid boss! | Pokemon GO Hub

Trainers, as we’re writing this article, an epic battle is taking place in Yokohama, at the Pokemon GO Stadium event. Mewtwo has been released as an exclusive Raid Boss for Stadium attendees, with a Boss Max CP of 49430. This release follows a stat

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple Inc. (AAPL) iPhone 8 Rumors: What’s Next for the iPhone 8?

While Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone 8 rumors have been accelerating in the last few weeks, pundits still are going back and forth over whether “iPhone 8” will even be the name of the forthcoming flagship. Gruber instead suggests that either iPhone

Music | Vinyl Records!

This new machine uses lasers to determine the condition of your records

The RL Vinyl LP Laser is a turntable-like device that scans your records to trace what the surface of your record looks like.

Science & Technology | Tech

Google's New Algorithm Makes Your Photos Perfect—Before You Take Them | WIRED

Snap a photo and the neural network can identify exactly how to make it look better in under 20 milliseconds.

Cars & Motorcycles | Cars

Why driverless cars might not hit the road so fast | Scott Nyquist | Pulse | LinkedIn

In May, GM spent $1 billion to buy Cruise Automation, a small startup with promising self-driving software. Last year, Qualcomm's bought NXP

Science & Technology | Tech

Plug Pulled After Artificial Intelligence Develops Its Own Language - IGN

This isn't the first time AI began communicating in a language humans can't understand. In fact, it happens constantly.

Science & Technology | Tech

Adobe Finally Kills Flash Dead
| WIRED

In 2010, Steve Jobs banished Adobe Flash from the iPhone. It was too insecure, Jobs wrote, too proprietary, too resource-intensive, too unaccommodating for a platform run by fingertips instead of mouse clicks. All of those gripes hold true.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

This video series teaches you all the Photoshop basics for free

Popular YouTube channel TastyTuts has put together this 33-video Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop—a godsend for anybody who wants to learn Photoshop from scratch.

Cars & Motorcycles | Cars

Which brands have the best and slickest in-car tech?

The new battleground in the automotive world is in-car technology.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Moptwo Founders Charles Haspel & Josh Namm Set The High Bar

"Not only is Crossroads where we met; it's where we learned to set the bar high."

Science & Technology | Technology

8 Plugins Every WordPress Website Needs

Make sure you have these essential plugins to keep your site running smoothly and efficiently.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli tech providing sight for sore eyes - Business & Innovation - Jerusalem Post

Fresh from the news of its $15b sale to Intel, Mobileye and its founders set their sights on OrCam, designed to help people with vision and reading disabilities.

Miscellaneous | Other Interesting Stories

America can't agree on how to deal with online harassment, if at all

If you're an American who's been harassed online, you're likely surrounded by others who've gone through the same thing.

Science & Technology | Tech

It’s All About the Tech: Employee Advocacy Tools - TalentCulture

Employee advocacy programs are untapped marketing gold to help build brand awareness and drive revenue, and tech tools will help make it happen.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

The next iPhone may have no fingerprint reader, and other rumors

As the debut of Apple's next iPhones nears, rumors have taken hold. More OLED? Facial recognition? No more fingerprint reader? Here are the rumors and what we make of them.

Science & Technology | Tech

How I added four hours of battery life to my smartphone every day for free

If your iPhone or Android can't make it through a day, here's how to test what's constantly draining it.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Yelp’s Six-Year Grudge Against Google

Once courted, then spurned, the smaller rival sought revenge for years. Now Europe’s regulators give it reason to cheer.

Science & Technology | Tech

The 9 Most-Read WIRED Stories in June | WIRED

What do ticks, Apple, and a "Poppy" sensation all have in common? Well, your attention, dear reader.

Science & Technology | Tech

Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Life-seeking telescopes, scuba arms, and more

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!

Science & Technology | Tech

Willy Wonka's sideways-moving elevator could soon become a reality

It's the first time elevators can move horizontally as well as vertically, which means that this system could change how we build our cities.

Science & Technology | Technology

We review CNET's original iPhone review - CNET

We dusted off CNET's original iPhone review and took notes. It's crazy and crazy fun to see what we got right, what we missed, and how much phones have changed since the first, groundbreaking iPhone.

Science & Technology | Technology

9 robots that will make your life better because the future is now

These high-tech robots will change the way you live. Within every price range, there's a bot to do the job.

Business & Finance | Business

This Startup Wants to Take the Hassle out of Canceling Compromised Credit Cards | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Science & Technology | TECH

Inside Microsoft's AI Comeback

Yoshua Bengio has never been one to take sides. As one of the three intellects who shaped the deep learning that now dominates artificial intelligence,

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

A Sociology of the Smartphone

Smartphones have altered the texture of everyday life, digesting many longstanding spaces and rituals, and transforming others beyond recognition.

Health & Fitness | Psychology

Is Your Mobile Phone Use Bad for Your Mental Health? | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Science & Technology | Technology

There’s an Invisible Tracking Code Embedded in the Documents You Print | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Science & Technology | Tech

100 Awesome iOS 11 Features and Changes

The complete list of awesome new features and refinements in iOS 11, Apple's major update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Science & Technology | Tech

Why Apple’s HomePod won’t just collect dust on your shelf | TechCrunch

Apple brought its smart speaker into the world with a shoddy name and an unconventional pitch, but anyone brash enough to cast the device to the side so..

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple’s WWDC 2017: a Siri speaker, iOS 11, and what else to expect

It’s June again, so it’s time for Apple to give the world a look at what it’s been up to and what we should expect from the iPhone, the Mac, and everything in between in the months to come. On...

Science & Technology | Technology

This is what Apple’s newest iPad might look like – BGR

Apple’s WWDC 2017 is getting closer, which means we’re soon going to learn more details about iOS 11 and the next major macOS update. But that’s not the only exciting thing coming out of the event.

Science & Technology | Tech

While the rest of the world tries to “kill email,” in China, it’s always been dead

It’s a familiar story for students or businessmen on their first-ever visit to China. After rounds of beer and baijiu with potential clients, or a karaoke gathering through a university exchange program, the foreigner will ask the Chinese person sitting

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

11 'Star Wars' gadgets that seemed cool in '77, but we're way beyond now

"Star Wars is not science fiction" is one of those arguments that gets trotted out a lot, and it's fundamentally true — but tell that to a 4-year-old kid who's just seen the original George Lucas film in a theater in 1977.

Science & Technology | Tech

iOS 11 concept imagines new productivity features, Finder app, and more for iPad users [Video] | 9to5Mac

We’ve seen a few concepts imagining what iOS 11 could look like, but today the folks at MacStories have put together a video highlighting new features that could come to the iPad as part of t…

Science & Technology | Technology

10 Ways to Boost Your Wi-Fi Signal

Check out these quick tips to get the strongest signal from your wireless router, extend and optimize your Wi-Fi coverage, and speed up your surfing.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

The Nintendo PlayStation is real, and now it’s fully operational

Two years ago, one of gaming’s greatest myths became a reality when a man named Terry Diebold unearthed the world’s only known prototype of the “Nintendo-PlayStation.” A Sony-created and branded machine, it was a hybrid Super NES that came with a

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

69 reasons to applaud Israel on its 69th birthday

Such is the daily onslaught of political and security-related news in Israel, it’s easy to overlook much of what this tiny Jewish nation does so well, so matter-of-factly in all fields of endeavor.

Architecture & Interior Design | Decorating & Design

The 7 Best Apps For Planning a Room Layout & Design

What a time to be alive (and planning room layouts)! Thanks to a treasure trove of user-friendly apps, it's super easy to create floor plans and virtually design our rooms.

Science & Technology | Tech

iPhone 7S Leak Delivers The First Bad News

Bloomberg reports Apple's new 2017 iPhone has run into trouble...

Science & Technology | Technology

This mom-proof notebook has a fingerprint sensor on the side - The Verge

Tired of mom being up in your beeswax constantly? Check out Lockbook, a paper notebook with a biometric fingerprint sensor on the side. It's just like the security on your phone, except it's for...

Science & Technology | Technology

8 ways to repurpose an old iPhone - CNET

Before you decide to sell your unwanted iPhone, consider finding other ways to put it to good use.

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple AirPods: Review | WIRED

Apple's new wireless headphones aren't for the iPhone 7. They're for Siri.

Science & Technology | Social Media

7 Ways to Attract Thousands of Followers on Social Media

Unless you're famous, attracting a pile of fans to your feed may be a challenge. Here's how regular people can do it.

Science & Technology | Technology

How chatbots are exactly like the mouse circa 1970 | VentureBeat

The first computer mouse was invented in the 1960s and patented in 1970. By the time personal computers became affordable and useful enough to enter the mainstream in the 1980s, an entire generation of adults relied on the mouse to interact with graphical

Science & Technology | Tech

Robots are about to make your beer runs

Virginia became the first state in the union on Wednesday to legally allow robots to use sidewalks.

Science & Technology | Virtual Reality

Can Virtual Reality Teach Empathy?

In November 2015, middle school students from Westchester County, New York, found themselves on a windswept field in South Sudan mingling with a crowd ...

Visual Arts | Visual Arts

The 10 Technologies That Defined Art This Year - artnwet News

Looking back at the year in art, we recall the technologies, both new and old, that have defined the look and feel of art in 2016.

Science & Technology | TECH

How to whip annoying Windows Updates into submission – BGR

Microsoft really really wants you to have the most up-to-date version of Windows available. There are some great reasons for this, including timely security updates and patches that prevent bad actors from exploiting known holes, but it always seems like

Science & Technology | Tech

The End Of User-Friendly Design | Co.Design | business design

As emotive, verbal AI colonizes our world, "user-friendly" doesn't mean what it once did.

Business & Finance | Advertising/Marketing

5 ways AI can turbocharge modern marketing

If you're a marketing executive, you may feel like the ground is constantly shifting under your feet. Everything that the industry thought was a best practice ten years ago is now obsolete, buried under an increasingly mountainous pile of data.

Science & Technology | Technology

CES 2017: 5 cool showstoppers

iPhone protector, hi-tech mattress, video glasses tops list

Science & Technology | Tech

Soon You'll Only Have to Charge Your Phone Every 3 Months

Scientists have found that magnetoelectric multiferroic material could be used to make computers that require 100 times less power.

Miscellaneous | Potpourri

Apple Forgets About 'iPhone 7' And Focuses On 'iPhone 8'?

When Apple officially released the iPhone 7 back in September, there was an intense debate on whether it was worth buying or waiting until the iPhone 8, a potentially much better overall upgrade. Well, according to several reports on Thursday, Apple may h

Science & Technology | Technology

What Will Replace Email? - The Atlantic

Why does one of the world’s most reviled technologies keep winning?

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli smartphone app lets cars 'communicate' to prevent crashes

The dashcam app crowdsources data from its users, serving as a live artificial-intelligence-based messaging system and pre-empts chain reaction crashes.

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

Creating An Ideal Learning Environment

New research uses computer games and wearables to assess the physical and mental states that correspond to optimal attention and self-control among children and

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Why Light Bulbs May Be the Next Hacker Target

Wireless “smart” devices may be the tech wave of the future, but researchers have found flaws that let hackers spread malicious code through them.

Science & Technology | Tech

This epic slide deck lays out the future of tech and media in 2017

On Tuesday, top business-strategist Michael Wolf gave a massive presentation on the future of tech and media in 2017 at The Wall Street Journal's conference.

Business & Finance | Business

How Marketing Changes When Shopping Is Automated

Products will flow to our homes like a utility, as electricity and water do.

Science & Technology | Tech

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 crisis deepens. Is it ‘done for’? - The Washington Post

At least eight cases of fires in the phones Samsung issued to replace earlier models have been reported, according to Korea's Yonhap News Agency.

Science & Technology | Technology

Understanding bots through 4 interface categories | VentureBeat | Bots | by Sam Vasisht, MindMeld

“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet,” to paraphrase a famous bard. There is a huge ongoing boom in messaging-based applications coming to market, generically called “bots.” Regular readers of technology sections are no doubt also aware

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Modern Technology Unlocks Secrets of a Damaged Biblical Scroll - The New York Times

Experts using a computer imaging program have virtually unwrapped a charred ancient scroll and recovered a fragment of the authoritative text of the Hebrew Bible.

Science & Technology | Tech

Artificial intelligence is changing SEO faster than you think

By now everyone has heard of Google’s RankBrain, the new artificial intelligence machine learning algorithm that is supposed to be the latest and greatest..