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Flash Should Finally Be Dead In Two Years

Flash is finally on the way out, with a survey suggesting that it could be dead within two years. Now, however, it's time to see what could replace the multimedia graphics platform, with a number of options leading the pack.

Internet January 27, 2016

Apple Forecasts First Sales Decline Since 2003 As iPhone Sales Fail To Meet Expectations

Apple has reported its first-quarter earnings for the 2016 financial year, reporting record-breaking earnings. The company has, however, forecast a sales decline in the next quarter, the first year-on-year decline since 2003.

Business January 26, 2016

Microsoft Releases News Pro For iOS, A Bing-Powered News Curation Service

Microsoft has released yet another iOS app, this one targeted toward news curation for iOS users. The app is very similar to the Apple News app, however, it is powered by Bing.

Apps/Software January 26, 2016

Windows Phone Executive Joe Belfiore Is Using An iPhone And That's OK

An executive for Windows Phone, Joe Belfiore, has been spotted on Twitter using an iPhone. While some are up in arms about it, Belfiore suggests that he has his reasons.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 26, 2016

Man Spends 48 Hours In Virtual Reality Without Any Reported Nausea

An artist by the name of Thorsten Wiedemann has spent 48 hours using the HTC Vive VR headset, demonstrating what he says will be a common pastime in 2026.

Gadgets January 26, 2016

British Man Falls Off Hoverboard, Thinks It's 2010

Mark Tamlin recently traveled back in time using his son's hoverboard, after falling off the device and hitting his head, later waking up thinking it was 2010.

Gadgets January 26, 2016

Almond Milk-Fed Infant Develops Scurvy: Diagnosis, Symptoms And Treatment

Doctors in Spain have diagnosed a baby with scurvy, with the main cause of the diagnosis said to be an almond milk-only diet, which doesn't offer the nutrients that a baby needs.

Life January 26, 2016

Mark Zuckerberg Shows Off His Difficult Fashion Decisions

Mark Zuckerberg has given a sneak peek of his wardrobe, showing his incredibly difficult decision of what to wear each day.

Internet January 25, 2016

Google Is Offering $5.3 Million In Chromebooks To Organizations Helping Refugees

Google has announced an initiative that will see the company offering $5.3 million in Chromebooks to German organizations that are helping refugees.

Computers January 25, 2016

The New Bq Ubuntu Tablet Will Show Off Desktop-Mobile Convergence

It has been confirmed that Bq is set to offer a tablet running the Ubuntu operating system that is finally set to show off convergence between mobile and desktop.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 25, 2016

WHO Announces Ebola Re-Emergence In Sierra Leone

According to recent reports, while it was recently reported that the spread of Ebola had been halted in West Africa, the virus has re-emerged in Sierra Leone.

Life January 25, 2016

The Silent Partner Will Silence The Snorer Next To You

If you have trouble sleeping due to the snoring of your partner, then you need the Silent Partner, a device that uses noise cancellation to help reduce the noise made by the snorer.

Gadgets January 25, 2016

A Robot Built An Entire Launch Pad

A team of researchers has successfully used a robot to build an entire launch pad, something that could be very helpful in our push further into space.

FUTURE TECH January 22, 2016

Microsoft Office For iOS Now Has 3D Touch And Apple Pencil Support

Microsoft has updated its Office iOS apps to offer support for both 3D Touch and Apple Pencil, both things that should help users edit and create documents quickly and easily.

Apps/Software January 22, 2016

Lost Smartphones Are Being Tracked To This Atlanta Home And No One Knows Why

Smartphone tracking is a great tool for when you lose your device, but unfortunately it doesn't always work. A couple from Atlanta has been getting frequent visits from people who claim that a smartphone tracker sent them there.

Gadgets January 22, 2016

Zoom's Bluetooth Tambourine Has A Long List Of Features And Costs $600

Zoom has announced a new Bluetooth tambourine, which boasts a long list of features, including the use of an accelerometer to detect exactly how the user is playing it.

Gadgets January 22, 2016

The Consumer Product Safety Commission Is Investigating Hoverboard Safety

Hoverboards don't seem to be as safe as they should be. The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced an investigation to try to get to the bottom of it.

Gadgets January 21, 2016

Princeton Finds Security Flaws In Range Of Internet Of Things Devices

The Internet of Things is on the rise, with security being a major concern. Unfortunately, that concern may be for good reason, according to research conducted by Princeton University.

Gadgets January 21, 2016

The Company Behind The Hendo Hoverboard Is Now Selling Hyperloop Engines

Arx Pax has announced that it is moving beyond simply making hoverboards. It also will be focusing on developing and selling its hover engines for the Hyperloop.

Gadgets January 21, 2016

Nielsen To Use Facebook Posts To Calculate TV Ratings

Nielsen has announced that it will begin using Facebook posts in calculating TV show ratings. The move signals a change for the company, which once only used TV viewers in its calculations.

Internet January 21, 2016

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