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October 31, 2014 20:01
October 31, 2014 20:01
Oct 31, 2014

If you have been paying attention today then you will know that the big news is Motorola has finally and officially been acquired by Lenovo. The actual sale of Motorola occurred sometime ago, but it has taken up until now for the deal to be finalized and officially announced. more...

Seth Rogen has been cast to play Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic( previously) written by Aaron Sorkin. Rogen will be starring alongside Christian Bale as Jobs in the Sony film based on the book Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. photo via Tabrcil. via Variety.

iPads are highly portable — the iPad Air 2 even more so than its predecessors. But they lack one key ingredient for writers: physical keys. Logitech Keys-To-Go solves this problem. Visit Uncrate for the full post.

The Kyocera Proteus is a shape shifting flexible smartphone

Despite the amazing progress in display technology in recent years, one thing still remains beyond the mainstream consumer's grasp: truly flexible screens. Last year Samsung and LG both released high end devices with bendable technology, however in the case of the Galaxy Round it was fixed to the glass, and in the case of the G Flex, could only be flattened. Neither device truly embodied "the vision", and even the incredible new Galaxy Note Edge or Gear S can't achieve it. Kyocera, no stranger to unique products however, thinks its latest prototype called the Proteus, might be just what the doctor ordered. Displayed at Japan's more...

Justin Kan’s odyssey from live-streaming goofball to startup statesman

Above: Justin Kan says building a refrigerated art car for Burning Man was his proudest achievement of 2014. Image Credit: Justin Kan. VIENNA, more...

Going Back to Liberia

For most U.S. doctors, Ebola is more of an abstract threat than something they are likely to encounter in practice. But for Nicole Cooper, a more...

Electronics & Gadgets : Light Show Fountain Speakers

Plug them into your iPod, mp3 player, or computer via the included USB cable and start up your tunes: the water inside will dance to the beat and the 4 multi-colored LEDs will light up. Take your tunes to a new level! KEYWORDS Light Show Fountain Speakers USB Water Colored Color Changing Reflection watershow lightshow speaker audio music musician sound system BLURB Oontz oontz oontz: watch the water bounce to the beat! Plug them into your iPod, mp3 player, or computer via the included USB cable and start up your tunes: the water inside will dance to the beat and the 4 multi-colored LEDs will light up. Take your tunes to a new level! $39.99.

CEOs and CFOs Are Adding Technologist To Their Job Descriptions

The greatest proponents of technology-driven innovation aren't necessarily found within IT departments – these days, they may be in finance, more...

Disrupting Auto Finance

Last year, I woke up to the sleeping giant of auto finance. Over the last decade, we've more...

Samsung Ativ S gets updated to Windows Phone 8.1

The Samsung Ativ S is now ready to enter the Windows Phone 8.1 club. Lagging behind several Nokia handsets, the smartphone launched two more...

Amazon, Like Other Tech Firms, Largely Male and White

Following other technology firms, Amazon.com released statistics showing its workforce is largely male and white, particularly in leadership roles.

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BlackBerry Updates BBM with ‘Message Retraction’ Feature and More [VIDEO]

BlackBerry has today pushed an update to its BBM app across various mobile platforms, adding 'Message Retraction’ and other new privacy more...

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