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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is looking pretty jacked lately, and like so many other fitness buffs, Bezos decided to join Instagram to show off his assets — but his first post isn't quite what you might expect from a fitness guru.
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Chinese Whatsapp users are fearing that the app is being blocked in the country.
On Tuesday, users found they weren't able to send pictures or videos across. It only worked when they used a VPN server instead, possibly indicating that the issue wasn't with Whatsapp, but with the...
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Temporary tattoos are pretty fun. But soon they could be life-changing.
Scientists have developed a stretchable electronic sensor that looks like a temporary tattoo—and, one day, it could be used to monitor vital s...
Google Home wants to be Australian like football, meat pies, kangaroos and Holden cars.
The voice-activated smart home device is set to launch in the country on Thursday, shipping with a distinctly Australian twang and an understanding of the local vernacular.
"We've done a lot to make sure Google Home feels, sounds and looks Aussie," Raunaq Shah,...
Nostalgic tech is making its way into the gadget world and we’re all big fans.
Add a classic taste to your modern tech with some of these products. There’s no time like the past…
From vinyl Bluetooth speakers to mix tape thumb drives, this list has all the nostalgia feels.
Bring it back with a handheld gaming device. This Smartboy Development Kit...
Good smartphone photography and video requires a steady hand, a good eye and, just maybe, a bag of tricks.
That's more or less the concept behind Olloclip's and Incase's limited-time mashup: The Filmer's Kit.
It's a black, compression-molded, 9-inch-by-6-inch-by-3-inch case packed with the majority of Olloclip's iPhone 7 add-on lenses (the Core...
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For years, Elon Musk has warned us about the dangers of artificial intelligence — even igniting a global discussion on the danger, calling it our greatest existential threat next to nukes.
In a speech at the National Governor's Association on Saturday, the Tesla CEO...
The day virtual reality gamers have been hoping for has arrived: Marvel is launching a VR game that will let you take on the role of some of the best-known heroes in Marvel universe.
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Too caught up in the battle for net neutrality to keep up with all the new apps and updates this week?
Don't worry, we've got you covered.
Microsoft Outlook is making our lives a lot easier.
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The robotic racing series Roborace is still somewhat of a pipe dream that aims to become the "world's first self-driving racing series." On Friday, we got our first in-person look at the 200-mph vehicle that will eventually race itself around the track: the Robocar.
The sleek, brightly colored racer was plopped down in New York City's Times Square,...
Samsung's exploding Galaxy Note 7 phones are officially back from the dead — apparently with a new name and smaller battery.
The phone took the world by storm last year for all the wrong reasons: It had batteries that exploded that were then were replaced. Then replacements blew up, and then those phones were recalled, and then, finally, Samsung...
Incredibly rich people lacking any sense of style let out a collective gasp today, as news broke that luxury smartphone maker Vertu will be liquidated.
Despite having a target market of moneyed assholes, of which the world is in no short supply, the UK-based company apparently struggled to find a customer base for its $46,600 polished 18-carat red...
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Apple announced its augmented reality development kit (ARKit) at WWDC back in June. Now, the company appears to be adding a bunch of brand-new components to the next iPhone in order to beef up the new AR platform's capabilities.
Microsoft is trying to prove its artificial intelligence can do more than guess your age or win at Pac-Man.
Its list of features sounds almost too good to be true: it will scan documents and read you their...
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