"It’s not magic, but close to it." That’s the tagline for Vessyl, a smart cup that can analyze and identify drinks poured into it. The device made headlines last month when it went up for pre-order but now, the Yves…
Do you think of the command line asan antiquated leftover from the past, or an old fashioned way of interacting with a computer? Think again. In Linux, it is the most flexible and powerful way to perform tasks. Let’s jump into the basics of the Linux command line including directory navigation, file/directory operations, and more. A Beginner’s Guide to the Linux Command Line.
Something tells me its actually the business suits at Activision behind this blossoming new friendship, but more power to them for making Bungie fans out of former Halo haters.
Razer Nabu features two OLED notification screens, advanced sensors to track data for self-analysis, and band-to-band communication abilities.
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Google’s been developing a sensor-packed contact lens for a while now, but it looks like the futuristic product may finally be getting a public release.
Today marks the one year anniversary of Chromecast, Google’s uber affordable streaming dongle that allows you to push content from your phone, tablet or notebook to your television. It was unveiled during a media event alongside the second generation Nexus…
If you’re using Google Chrome as your web browser on Windows, you might be draining your battery. Here’s why:
Carbon nanotubes are often touted as one of the potential successors to modern-day silicon but apparently that’s not the only thing they excel at. A British company by the name of Surrey NanoSystems has created a “strange, alien” material using carbon…
Morality in Media launches EndExploitationMovement.com Washington, DC – The Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (CESE), under the direction of Morality in Media, now has a central website to help the public find help and resources in the fight against sexual exploitation, and to serve as the hub for leaders in the movement. The website, www.EndExploitationMovement.com, lists hundreds of organizations working to end sexual exploitation and collects the latest news and shared education materials. CESE unites leaders to oppose pornography and other forms of sexual exploitation through prevention, healing and recovery, education, and advocacy. The website will be a valuable tool to those looking for help, as well as those wanting to get involved in this critical fight. “This new website will change this movement, to unify and expand it,” said Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of Morality in Media. “There, the nation’s experts on the issue can […]
A Kickstarter project to cram a full PC into a case roughly the size of a smartphone has recently reached its $100,000 funding goal, ensuring it’ll be in the hands of backers towards the end of 2014.