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October 22, 2014 22:01
October 22, 2014 22:01
Oct 22, 2014

In an effort to right the wrongs of Windows 8 on the desktop, Microsoft has put the Windows 10 Technical Preview out there for anyone to download and use, unusual in that such an early release is typically available only to developers. In a similar vein, this past summer Apple put more...

Along with its recently announced Desire EYE, HTC is beginning to release the EYE Experience to One M8 owners in the United States. As promised, the update has come swiftly after the announcement, now making its way to Verizon and T-Mobile users. While Verizon's update has just started more...

Tim Cook made a quick stop at a Foxconn factory in China, getting to see the iPhone 6 assembled himself. Calling it an early highlight of his China trip, Cook even posed for a photo with a worker and posted it to Twitter. The Apple CEO will also be meeting with the Vice Premier of more...

Health tech’s radical promise to patients: Pay doctors for results, not treatments

GUEST POST. Image Credit: Sergey Nivens/ Shutterstock. In recent decades, the health care industry has made remarkable progress in the understanding, detection and treatment of disease, primarily thanks to technological advancements. Given that the majority of Americans are healthy most of the time, one might expect that medical progress would dramatically reduce the cost of health care due to preventative education, early detection and more effective treatments. Yet despite this abundance of new testing and treatment methods — or perhaps because of it — the cost of health care has skyrocketed, while over the same more...

Yahoo Mail update adds travel and event notifications

Although Google made an announcement today with its currently beta Inbox app, that hasn't stopped Yahoo from releasing a Yahoo Mail more...

Pasties and Purrs: Internet Cat Inspires Burlesque Dancer

Internet cats have inspired a lot of things, including a burlesque routine. In a little more than two years of practicing the art, Melody Magpie, more...

Prevent unwanted calls with BlockIt for BlackBerry 10

One of the most anticipated features in OS 10.3, at least for me as a former BBOS user, is that call blocking applications would finally be possible. With BlackBerry opening up the API to developers it was only a matter of time before a variety of applications were made available to ensure calls from those pesky telemarketers or other callers you may not want to get through do not get answered. BlockIt is a headless application that allows users to block incoming calls by a specific number using the Caller ID. After such a long wait, I'm glad this feature is finally available. Features. Being able to setup and use the application is more...

Raspberry Pi founder demonstrates upcoming touch panel accessory, Pi tablets a possibility

Raspberry Pi owners will soon be able to ditch their phablets, iPads and Android-powered slates. Why, you ask? Because they will be able to build their very own "Pi Pads" using a brand-new accessory for the credit card-sized computer.

Tomorrow Daily 073: Robot actors, the return of LED 'stickman baby,' and more

On today's show, we check out a gadget for your shoe that might help you escape a bad date, this year's updates to the "stickman baby" Halloween costume, and a robot actor in a Kafka-inspired performance.

Microsoft Deletes Nokia, Redmond's Mobile Future Is Lumia

Following on from online discussions around Microsoft's plans to depreciate the Nokia and Windows Phone branding during the 2014 holiday more...

Google wants to “fix” email—by turning it into Google Now

Share. Tap image to zoom. Google has been trying to reinvent email for years. Five years ago, more...

Entrepreneurship Has Been Hijacked By High Tech

The definition of what it means to build a successful small business has been hijacked by Silicon Valley. I don't blame the founders of more...

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