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Print Your GIFs With Ubersnap

An app called Ubersnap has been released, essentially allowing users to create their own GIFs, after which, they can request that the GIFs be printed.

Internet February 12, 2016

Apple Music Has Over 11 Million Subscribers

Apple's Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi recently spoke about a number of the company's products, as well as the fact that Apple Music reportedly now has over 11 million subscribers.

Apps/Software February 12, 2016

Google Is Finally Shutting Down Picasa

After years of dormancy, Google has announced that it will be shutting down Picasa and migrating users over to Google Photos, the company's new online photo app.

Apps/Software February 12, 2016

This Beer Was Created Using A Combination Of Social Media And Data Science

A company called Havas Helia has crafted a new beer using data from social media combined with top beers from around the world, as determined by IBM Watson.

Internet February 12, 2016

Women Code Better Than Men But Only If They Hide Their Gender, Study Suggests

A new study has been released suggesting that women get higher acceptance rates for coding - but only if they don't say what their gender is. The study was conducted of 1.4 million GitHub users.

Internet February 12, 2016

Serato's First iPhone App Is An Autonomous DJ For Your Next Party

Serato has announced a new app that aims to be an automatic DJ for users who can't hire a real one for their party. The app can link to Spotify playlists, and users can easily reorder the songs in those playlists.

Apps/Software February 11, 2016

Try Out Over 1,000 Windows 3.1 Programs Straight From Your Web Browser

Windows 3.1 is long past its use-by date, but it's still an important part of computer history. To celebrate the piece of history that it is, you can try out over 1,000 programs built for Windows 3.1, straight from your Web browser.

Apps/Software February 11, 2016

The Packaging For Alcatel OneTouch's Idol 4S Will Double As A Cardboard-Like VR Viewer

Reports highlighting Alcatel OneTouch's 2016 lineup show off a number of great new phones from the company, one of them even coming with plastic packaging that doubles as a Cardboard-like VR viewer.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 10, 2016

New 'Flash' Episode 14 Promo Reveals Unexpected Team-Up

A new extended promo for Episode 14 of 'The Flash' has been released, showing a taste of what we can expect from the episode, including a team-up that we might not have otherwise anticipated.

Geek February 10, 2016

IRS Announces Theft Of 101,000 Electronic Filing PINs

The IRS has revealed that it was hacked last month, and that the attackers stole as many as 101,000 electronic filing PINs, something that could allow them to file bogus returns and collect the refunds.

Money February 10, 2016

ViaSat Set To Launch 1 Tbps Satellites To Deliver Connectivity To Remote Areas

Satellite company ViaSat has announced that it will launch three satellites that will deliver connectivity to remote areas. These satellites will have a total capacity of 1 terabit per second each.

Gadgets February 10, 2016

Scientists Just Cryonically Froze And Recovered A Mammal's Brain

It sounds like a sci-fi film, but scientists have managed to cryonically freeze and then recover the brain of a mammal, an important step in retaining memories even after the death of someone's body.

February 10, 2016

This Machine Turns Twitter Posts Into Cocktails

Do you wonder what your Twitter posts taste like? Probably not, but you can taste them anyway with this machine that basically turns data into cocktails, based on specific keywords.

Internet February 10, 2016

You Can Stay In This Realistic Airbnb Room Based On Van Gogh's 'Bedroom In Arles'

The Art Institute of Chicago has created a realistic Airbnb room based on Van Gogh's 'Bedroom In Arles,' with the room being created to promote a new exhibition showing all three of Van Gogh's bedroom paintings.

Internet February 10, 2016

Vine Allows Users To Edit Captions After Posting Videos

Vine has announced that it is now allowing users to edit the captions of videos they've already posted. The move marks a departure from Vine's parent company, Twitter, which does not allow for the editing of tweets after posting.

Apps/Software February 9, 2016

White House Proposes $19 Billion Plan To Strengthen Cybersecurity

The White House has revealed a $19 billion budget proposal to strengthen the nation's cybersecurity, hopefully preventing hacks like the massive OPM hack from last year.

Money February 9, 2016

Researchers Find 250 Galaxies Just Beyond The Milky Way

Researchers have found a whopping 250 previously-undiscovered galaxies by using a radio telescope. Many of the galaxies discovered were thought to have been there, but they had not been observed.

Space February 9, 2016

Caviar For Teams Offers Easy Catering For Large Events

Caviar has announced a new service called Caviar For Teams, aimed at catering large events for companies. Previously, the company offered catering for meetings or small events, but Caviar For Teams greatly expands on the service.

Apps/Software February 9, 2016

The New MSI GT72S G Tobii Gaming Laptop Uses Eye-Tracking To Control Games

MSI's new gaming laptop is now available, and offers a new eye-tracking technology that enables users to control their games and even the Windows 10 operating system through their eye movements.

Computers February 8, 2016

This 3D Scanner Could Give Us Custom-Built Sports Equipment

A graduate student by the name of Pieter Smakman has built a 3D scanner that is able to scan a user's hand simply by having them place their hand inside of a scanning ring.

Gadgets February 8, 2016

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