This Waterproof Kindle Paperwhite Is Humanity’s Greatest Achievement

Sometimes a device comes so close to being perfect that you’d be forgiven for not realizing that with just a single tweak, it can become, in actual fact, perfect. The Kindle Paperwhite is such a device, as an e-reader that Amazon has crafted so well that you pretty much never need look beyond for anything […]

New House Majority Leader Opposes Net Neutrality, Just Like His Predecessor

Yesterday, Rep. Kevin McCarthy won the Republican Party election to become the new House Majority Leader. Outgoing Rep. Eric Cantor, who held the position previously, unexpectedly lost his primary earlier this month, and announced that he would resign his post in his party’s leadership shortly afterwards. Why should you care about the new House Majority? […]

Autopilot Launches CoPilot Sales Automation Tool

Any startup worth its salt these days built a mailing list from before it even launched, but what do you do after that? How do you identify the best leads from all of those random people who signed up for your service? Fresh off its $10 million Series B funding round, marketing automation service Autopilot today […]

Microsoft Does Us A Solid By Accidentally Confirming That The Surface Mini Is Real

Microsoft declined to comment. Earlier today, a manual published to help users dig into their new Surface Pro 3 devices contained multiple mentions of the currently Super Secret Surface Mini. Oops. Surprised? Don’t be. Microsoft had originally planned to debut the Surface Mini alongside the Surface Pro 3. I’ve heard from people with knowledge of […]

Phishing gangs target dating sites

19 June 2014 Last updated at 13:44 People who use dating sites can be a tempting target for fraudsters Fraudsters are stepping up phishing campaigns that target people who use dating websites, suggests research. Members of Match.com, eHarmony, Zoosk, Christian Mingle and many others had received emails seeking to steal login details for the sites, […]

Harley-Davidson tests electric bike

20 June 2014 Last updated at 08:23 Iconic motorbike manufacturer Harley-Davidson has revealed its first electric motorcycle. The bike will not go on general sale, instead the firm will select customers from the US to ride it and provide feedback The bike – dubbed Project LiveWire – will travel down the US’s Route 66 visiting […]

Coalition bust-up over IT overhaul

20 June 2014 Last updated at 12:26 By Brian Wheeler Political reporter A coalition row has erupted after Lib Dem minister Vince Cable was reported to have called the Tories’ flagship IT policy “shambolic”. According to the Financial Times, Vince Cable and Ed Davey complained to David Cameron over slow emails and other IT problems […]

Chopper sent to downed wi-fi balloon

20 June 2014 Last updated at 11:42 The 12m high balloon was too big to be rescued by a local lifeboat An emergency helicopter has been mistakenly scrambled after a Google wi-fi balloon ditched in the sea near Christchurch in New Zealand. The plummeting balloon, measuring 12m (39ft) in height, was spotted by a pedestrian […]

Android and Windows add ‘kill switch’

20 June 2014 Last updated at 09:56 Authorities claim that a kill switch feature would help reduce phone theft Google and Microsoft will add a “kill-switch” feature to their Android and Windows phone operating systems. The feature is a method of making a handset completely useless if it is stolen, rendering a theft pointless. Authorities […]

Any WebKit/WebCore expert in the feedly community?

Our focus for May and June has been to get rid of all the sporadic crashes that happen in feedly for iPhone and feedly for iPad while trying to accelerate the rendering. We have been making a lot of progress but there are two last crashes we have trouble understanding. The crashes happens deep inside WebCore. Given […]

Disney Research uses trippy camerawork to tell a tale of immortality

Disney Research has done an awful lot of neat stuff in the past, but it hasn’t really approached Walt’s bread and butter before: video. Instead of going with animation, though, the team is using some pretty slick camera tricks to tell a live-action story about unconditional love and a mother attaining immortality through her son. […]

Honeywell’s Lyric thermostat is a worthy Nest competitor (hands-on)

Last week Honeywell announced the Lyric, its answer to the Nest learning thermostat. Today, we got a chance to see the WiFi-connected smart device in person. Retailing for $279 starting in August, the Lyric stands out for its geofencing feature, which uses smartphone location info to know whether you’re home — and to tweak the […]

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