Holiday Podcast Special: Health, Debt, and Credit Scores

S This week on the podcast we’re talking to osteopathic physician and director of Examine.com, Dr. Spencer Nadolsky, to answer your health questions. We’re also talking to Rod Ebrahimi, CEO of debt management site ReadyForZero.com to solve all sorts of personal finance problems, from credit scores to student loans. We’ll have another expert podcast next […]

Sensoria is bringing fitness tracking to socks March 15th

Happy 2014! If you had any doubt that the future was here, just check out these socks. It’s hard to imagine we’ve lived through a time in which undergarments with sensors weren’t the norm, isn’t it? Fear not, because Sensoria’s fitness tracking sport socks are set to start shipping March 15th. The wearables feature textile […]

Snapchat acknowledges hack, updated app coming that lets users opt-out of Find Friends

After a quiet couple of days, the Snapchat team has acknowledged a leak in which information for 4.6 million of its users hit the internet. SnapchatDB! posted partially-obscured phone numbers and usernames for many members on New Year’s Eve, data it obtained through a security hole the photo sharing service was notified about months ago, […]

Intel CEO hints at wearable plans for CES

Want to see what Intel will do next with its extra-tiny Quark processors? You won’t have to wait long. CEO Brian Krzanich tells Recode that his company is launching a full-scale assault on the wearable space at CES. The chip designer will introduce both a relevant Quark chip and a host of third-party wearable devices […]

Daily Roundup: Samsung Galaxy Camera 2, LG WebOS TV, ZTE BlueWatch and more!

You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours — all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click […]

Hyundai’s 2015 Genesis will let you lock the doors through Google Glass

Tired of reaching into your pocket just to lock your car’s doors? You won’t have to when Hyundai rolls out the 2015 Genesis sedan next year. The automaker plans to launch a Blue Link app for Google Glass that offers Genesis owners the same remote services they’d get through a smartphone, including basic remote control, […]

Rockabye Baby!

“What‽ You let your baby listen to Metallica‽” Indeed I do… albeit lullaby renditions of “Enter Sandman” and “Fade to Black.” The Rockabye Baby series consists of instrumental lullaby versions of a wide array of tracks, featuring artists/groups including The Beatles, Nine Inch Nails, JayZ, Green Day, plus many others. The covers are generally very […]

Razer moves beyond gaming with its new Adaro range of premium headphones

Razer is best known for its video game-related hardware and accessories, but today it’s expanding into the broader personal entertainment space with a new range of Adaro headphones. While these can be used for gaming when you need to keep the noise down, it’s worth emphasizing that these aren’t supposed to replace a purpose-built gaming […]

The New York Times will launch its long-awaited site redesign on January 8

The New York Times will launch a major redesign of its website on January 8, following a limited preview that is rolling out to a small number of users later today. It’s been a long time coming; the redesign for article pages were first teased in March last year, before a revamped homepage was tested with […]

How to succeed at building your own product in 2014

Justin is the Product Manager for Industry Mailout. He’s passionate about building products that delight customers, and also blogs on justinjackson.ca and tweets via @mijustin When you’re trying to build your own product, it’s easy to get in a rut. Stuff happens, and it affects your momentum: failed launches, procrastination, fear, not knowing where to start… all these things take […]

Singer Alicia Keys steps down from BlackBerry as its global creative director

Singer Alicia Keys has left her role at BlackBerry as its global creative director after more than a year collaborating on ways to boost the technology company. Unfortunately, her time at the Canadian company didn’t help much as it was plagued with layoffs and the potential of being sold. According to CTV, BlackBerry insists that […]

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