Monthly Archives: August 2016

Libratone anticipates the end of the headphone jack with noise-cancelling Lightning earbuds

 Only the tightly-lipped team in Cupertino can say for certain, but it sure appears as if Apple is ready to declare war on the headphone jack as we know it. Danish high-end speaker company Libratone is certainly hedging its bets with

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Klever X brings an alternative look to the e-bike market

Never one to be satisfied with the basic diamond frame, Germany’s Klever Mobility has released what could be called its most striking electric bike design yet at Eurobike 2016. The all-new rear-motored X series houses its battery and some open

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Klever X brings an alternative look to the e-bike market

Never one to be satisfied with the basic diamond frame, Germany’s Klever Mobility has released what could be called its most striking electric bike design yet at Eurobike 2016. The all-new rear-motored X series houses its battery and some open

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HP unveils fashionable Pavilion Wave home desktop and modular Elite Slice workstation

Windows laptops and tablets are constantly improving. They get thinner, faster, and more beautiful every year. But what about home desktop PCs and business workstations? Save for some wild-looking gaming rigs, these desk-bound and often-rectangular PCs have become quite stagnant. Quite

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AI Wants to Be Your Bro, Not Your Foe

Artificial intelligence will transform just about everything, but technologists should stop fretting that it’s going to destroy the world like Skynet.

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Kim Dotcom’s extradition appeal has started and is being live-streamed

 More than four years later, Kim Dotcom’s legal battles (at least in New Zealand) may be close to an end. His final appeal to avoid extradition to face charges in the U.S started yesterday in Auckland’s High Court, and is expected to

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Applying analytics to clinical data

 Advanced technologies and the rapid adoption of electronic health records are enabling the physical world to merge with the digital, leading to explosive growth in the volume and quality of clinical data. Cognified care is the application of analytics to

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Anti-snoring device gives you an earful

We’ve seen some interesting approaches to the stopping of snoring, ranging from self-inflating pillows to noise-emitting nose pieces. One of the latest devices to take on sleep apnea, called the Snore Circle, goes about doing the job by buzzing you

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Anti-snoring device gives you an earful

We’ve seen some interesting approaches to the stopping of snoring, ranging from self-inflating pillows to noise-emitting nose pieces. One of the latest devices to take on sleep apnea, called the Snore Circle, goes about doing the job by buzzing you

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Theranos Makes Another Unforced Error

The blood-testing startup adds a flubbed test for the Zika virus to its rap sheet.

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HP announces trio of cloud-oriented business products

HP has launched three new products to help businesses move their workloads into the cloud computing environment easier. The trio includes the t630 Thin Client, ThinPro 6, and VMware Blast. The t630 Thin Client allows for the streamlining of current cloud-based

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Geekbench 4.0 arrives, offers new GPU Compute benchmarks

Primate Labs has announced the release of Geekbench 4.0 for desktop, Android and iOS. Geekbench 4 sees the benchmarking app merge its mobile and desktop datasets into a single, cross-platform workload. Other changes see a redesigned user interface on both

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HSN’s first pitch-off competition goes in search of the next big consumer product

 HSN is looking for the next big American consumer product. Today, 100 makers and entrepreneurs from around the U.S. will pitch their products for a chance to win airtime on HSN, a listing on HSN.com, a piece in Good Housekeeping

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You too can bid on Steve Jobs’ turtleneck and other random junk!

 If you’re a founder who’s feeling hot after getting some new seed funding and want to treat yoself, may I recommend purchasing the entire wardrobe of Silicon Valley’s greatest Versace menswear aficionado and wearing it as you berate employees in your

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Hands on with Samsung Gear S3 smartwatches: Style infused, size inflated

New Atlas is in attendance at all this year’s big press events at IFA, and we’ve just been getting an advance look (and feel) of the Samsung Gear S3. It’s an impressive device on paper – so how does it

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Hands on with Samsung Gear S3 smartwatches: Style infused, size inflated

New Atlas is in attendance at all this year’s big press events at IFA, and we’ve just been getting an advance look (and feel) of the Samsung Gear S3. It’s an impressive device on paper – so how does it

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Grumpy Cat demands $600k for unauthorized grumpy coffee

What is it that makes Grumpy Cat so grumpy? These days it’s because she has to go to court because some company misappropriated her image to sell coffee. Four years ago, the Grumpy […] Go to Source

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DeepMind Will Use AI to Streamline Targeted Cancer Treatment

Machine learning could cut the time it takes to plan a patient’s radiotherapy treatment by hours.

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Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14915 for PC and Mobile arrives on the Fast ring

It’s been a while since Microsoft rolled out a new Windows 10 preview build for Insiders on the Fast ring. The software company has been busy putting together future plans for the new OS, and promises we’ll see the results

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How much does it cost to start a business in UK?

How much money do you think it needs to kickstart a business in UK? A couple of thousands? Maybe go straight into five figures? Wrong. According to a new report by cloud accounting software provider FreeAgent, you probably don’t need

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