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Theranos Closes Labs And Wellness Centers, Lays Off 340 Employees

Theranos announced that it is closing its labs and wellness centers in multiple states, and is laying-off 340 people in the process. The biotech company used to be seen as a promising startup, but the tide has changed.

Business Tech October 6, 2016

Google Pixel vs Google Pixel XL: Which Google Pixel Phone Should You Buy

Google recently unveiled its latest smartphones, and the Pixel and Pixel XL are departing from the tradition of the Nexus. We compared the two new gadgets so you know which one fits your needs best.

Google October 6, 2016

Damage Control: Following Galaxy Note 7 Recall, Samsung Wants Note 7 Owners In New Commercial

Samsung aims to make good by its Galaxy Note 7 dissatisfied customers, and is preparing a video commercial featuring their testimonials. There is good money on the table, too, for those who pass the selection interview.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 6, 2016

Apple iPhone Camera: Sapphire Crystal Or Sapphire Laminate On Top Of Glass?

Apple’s claims of having Sapphire Crystal in its camera lenses are under scrutiny, as tests determined that the durable material is impure and thus, not as scratch resistant as advertised.

Apple October 5, 2016

Facebook Messenger Encryption: You Can Now Enable Facebook Secret Conversations

Facebook finished rolling out full on encryption to the 900 million users of its Messenger app. Users were allowed to tap into end-to-end encryption using the super safe Signal protocol, but there is a catch.

Apps/Software October 5, 2016

PlayStation VR: PS VR Specs, Pricing, Availability And Everything You Need To Know

Sony’s PlayStation VR system is ready to hit the shelves, and the company published an extensive FAQ ahead of the official launch. We selected important details such as pricing, availability, and specs for the latest VR system.

Computers October 5, 2016

Android Nougat Update: Here's A Complete List Of Motorola Smartphones Getting The Upgrade

Motorola announced that a slew of its handsets will receive Android 7.0 Nougat in the near future, and we published the complete list. However, a few notable models are missing in action.

Apps/Software October 5, 2016

Apple Pay Now Available In Russia: Here's A List Of Participating Retailers

Apple Pay reached Russia, placing the payment service in its tenth market. Take a peek at the banks and retailers that will play nice with Apple’s service, at least until other names join the bandwagon.

Apple October 5, 2016

Echo Dot (2nd Generation) Review Roundup: What Makes This Amazon Product Amazing?

Amazon recently released its Echo Dot 2nd Edition and the small gadget is a radical improvement in both price and audio capability over its first iteration. The new Echo Dot taps into Alexa’s skills, which grow more by the day.

Smart Home October 4, 2016

Ultimate Ears' PartyUp Feature Allows You To Get Really Loud And Pair More Than 50 Bluetooth Speakers

Ultimate Ears’ Boom Bluetoothe speakers can now come together in musical harmony in great numbers. Meet PartyUp, a new app that allows as many as 50 Boom speakers to play the same tune in unison.

Apps/Software October 4, 2016

Nexus 6 Nougat Update: Here's How To Update To Android 7.0 Using OTA Image For Nexus 6

Android 7.0 Nougat is finally landing on Nexus 6 smartphones in a hefty OTA update. The solid revamping of Google’s OS paired with the decent specs of the Nexus 6 should breathe new life into the phone.

Google October 4, 2016

2017 Toyota Prius Review Roundup: What Green Car Experts Think About The New Prius

Toyota showcased its latest Prius variant, the Prime, and the model comes with serious improvements. From the heftier electric battery to the features and revamped design, the Prime is a strong hybrid rival to Chevrolet Volt and Ford Fusion Energi.

Car Tech October 4, 2016

Facebook Plans To Build Data Center In Denmark

Facebook is purportedly expanding its network of overseas data centers, and it's eying Odense, Denmark for the next deployment. The facility should be larger than the massive existing data center in Luleå, Sweden, according to construction documents.

Business Tech October 4, 2016

How To Buy And Sell Items On Facebook? Marketplace Will Let You Do That And Here's How To Use It

Facebook announced a new service for its huge user base of 1.7 billion in the form of a trade and sell section. Meet Marketplace, the go-to place for buying objects from Facebook users who live near you.

Internet October 3, 2016

Google X Lab Asks For Airspace Access From UN: Project Loon To Fly Across The Globe

Google announced its plans to provide remote areas with free internet, and it's relying on its Project Loon to accomplish that. Alphabet, Google’s parent company, recently urged UN nations to agree letting Loon balloons over their airspace.

Internet October 3, 2016

Dota 2 Update Patch 6.88e Now Available: Dragon Lance Strength Reduced, Infused Raindrop Attack Damage And Everything You Need To Know

Dota 2’s latest update patch is here, and version 6.88e of the game’s meta brings a whole slew of changes. Most modifications are nerfs, which should push players into making smarter plays.

Video Games October 3, 2016

Yahoo Open Sources Machine Learning Program To Filter NSFW Images

Image recognition machine learning models have come a long way, and Yahoo recently announced that it goes open source with its own. The pornographic image filtering has many uses, for desktop and mobile users alike.

Apps/Software October 3, 2016

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg Maps Out The Future Of Mobile Advertising

Facebook recently hit the milestone of 4 million active advertisers, and the social network’s chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg explained why mobile is the medium for the ads of the future.

Business Tech October 3, 2016

Wireless Emergency Alerts Will Now Include Photos, Links And Phone Numbers

The Federal Communications Commission recently announced that its Wireless Emergency Alerts system is getting revamped, with more details such as pictures and links added to alerts, as well as Spanish language support.

Apps/Software October 2, 2016

Unhappy Customer Smashes iPhones And Macs At Apple Store In France [Video]

A dissatisfied Apple client from France went into an Apple Store in Dijon and caused havoc amid the shelves. The man smashed a dozen iPhones and a few other devices in retribution for the company’s alleged misconduct.

Apple October 2, 2016

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