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Google rolls out G Suite security threat alerts
Holding so much of your data means that Google needs to take your security very, very seriously, especially for corporate customers. That's why the company is making the Alert Center for G Suite available to all, letting users better deal with threa…
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2 days ago by evansthompson
The Universal Lens Cap 2.0 will save you from scratched camera glass
It’s right up there with corrupted SD cards as the bane of a photographer’s life, but lost lens caps needn’t plague your shooting plans anymore – the Universal Lens Cap 2.0 is here to save your glass. The sequel to a successful Kickstarter project f…
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2 days ago by evansthompson
Making magic with the Harry Potter Kano Coding Kit
Like so many Harry Potter fans, I've dreamed of attending Hogwarts and learning magic with a wand, cauldron and bulging bag full of quills, ink and parchment. In the absence of real witchcraft and wizardry, I've visited movie sets and played countle…
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2 days ago by evansthompson
Your Early Tech Guide to 10 Holiday Must Haves and How to Get Them | Inverse
October has seen a torrent of consumer tech debuts that would make any gadget geek lunge for the nearest USB charging cable. Huawei launched its beastly Mate 20 Pro smartphone, Google released the Pixel 3 loaded with A. via Pocket
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2 days ago by evansthompson
Beddr releases a $149 forehead sticker that monitors sleep disorders
Sure, it looks like you got pranked after a long night of drinking, but apparently, it works.
Beddrs founders were looking for products that could diagnose sleep disorder without patients spending a night in a lab hooked up to wires and oxygen masks. Turns out, it all came down to oxygen: Skin on the forehead is less sensitive than other areas and is also a prime location to accurately measure oxygen levels. And so, the SleepTuner was born.
sleep  gadgets  health 
2 days ago by terry
This vintage anti-distraction helmet looks like a creepy horror show prop
Distractions are all around us, whether it's ambient noise or the colorful items around you, and it's sometimes extremely difficult to concentrate on the task you need to finish. A 1920's anti-distraction helmet, known as the Isolator, was invented to address this issue.
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4 days ago by terry
Open offices have driven Panasonic to make horse blinders for humans
At what point do we just give up and admit we’re living in exactly the dystopian nightmare speculative fiction warned us about? It probably ought to be these horse blinders for people, which look like something straight out of a Terry Gilliam movie.
technology  offices  gadgets  design 
4 days ago by terry
London Now Has Vending Machines That Dry-clean Your Laundry | Digital Trends
Time-pressed Londoners now have an easy way to get their laundry done thanks to a new vending-machine service launching there this week. via Pocket
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4 days ago by evansthompson
The battle for the home
If the first stage of competition in consumer technology was the race to be the computer users went to (won by Microsoft and the PC), and the second was to be the computer users carried with them (won by Apple in terms of profits, and Google in terms of marketshare), the outlines of the current battle came sharply into focus over the last month: what company will win the race to be the computer within which users live?
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6 days ago by terry
Winamp is coming back as an all-in-one music player
First released in 1997, Winamp was a popular freeware media player famous for its utilitarian music playback and its wealth of incredible community-made skins. It was acquired by AOL in 2002, then sold to Radionomy in 2014. The last time Winamp was updated was in 2013, so news that a revival is coming should be welcomed by longtime fans of the app.
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6 days ago by terry
The one accessory every Android and iPhone fan needs is on sale for $11 | iMore
For those who just can't commit to a device.
You can never have too many charging cables, especially when they come with three different charging connectors. Right now, you can pick up Anker's PowerLine II 3-in-1 cable for just $11.24 when you checkout using coupon code ANKER846. It normally sells for around $15, and this is the first time the cable has been discounted since its release just a few weeks ago.
The cable itself has a Micro-USB connection built into the end of it, and then there are adapters for USB-C and Lightning ports. The adapters are connected to the cable so you don't have to worry about misplacing them. It offers max speeds of 2.4A on the Micro-USB and Lightning chargers and 3A on the USB-C. It's MFi-certified, which means Apple has approved it to charge and sync your iPhone and iPad.
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6 days ago by rgl7194
Airtame 2.0 Has Landed | Man of Many
For all you Airtame fans out there, the brand recently announced its biggest update yet. Dubbed Airtame 2.0, the improved tech delivers better streaming, customisable backgrounds, more dashboards, a pin code connection, guide mode, single window sha…
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6 days ago by evansthompson

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