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When smartphones started to feature built in cameras, you know that this double-edged sword would have roosters that will come home to roost eventually, and in some ways, they have already.
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If you saw Reggie Watts' musical set at Engadget Expand , then you probably noticed the table full of gear he needs to construct his loops.
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Back in 2013, Samsung announced a rugged device called the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active .
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Come a guy's 18th birthday in the US, he's afforded new privileges. Aside from being able to legally buy cigarettes, lottery tickets and porn , he also has a couple of shiny civic duties to follow: signing up for the Selective Service System and voting on a regular basis.
Speck Design's clientele has ranged from Apple to Samsonite to Fisher-Price in its history, and now it can add Google to the list of high-profile companies.
Misfit tackled activity tracking with its Shine offering that looks more like a fashion accessory than a sensor.
As the name suggests, iTunes Extras include additional content that customers receive when they purchase a movie through Apple's content store.
While telecoms companies around the world are investing millions into the development of fiber-optic networks , the standard copper telephone line may still have some life in it yet.
We've had enough trips in taxis, buses, shuttles, Ubers and Lyfts to last a lifetime, but none like the one Ryan Simonetti apparently went on yesterday.
Sending selfies seem to be all the rage these days, so much so that Sony Mobile has even launched the world's first selfie smartphone, the Xperia C3 .
Given how well the Nokia Lumia 520 has performed , we can only imagine that Microsoft/Nokia would want to continue their success by releasing a newer model of the handset that would once again appeal to developing markets, which was where the Lumia 520 experienced most of its success in.
Maybe you overheard your coworkers bellowing from down the hall. Maybe you follow lots of sports fans on Twitter.
It's almost a philosophical question: if you create a product used to commit a crime, are you as guilty as the criminal who wields it? This is the question being asked of the Tor Project , a collection of software that offers users complete anonymity online and serves as a portal to some of the web's less reputable content.
Less than two weeks after making an unofficial appearance , today Adidas is formally introducing its new wearable, the miCoach Fit Smart.
Computer Space sounds like a third-party PC parts wholesaler, but back in 1971 it was the world's first video game arcade machine.
We do know that game addicts are able to spend plenty of hours behind the monitor or TV, so much so that there has been some documented cases of death in the past.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 12:30 pm
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