Google earnings miss expectations

16 October 2014 Last updated at 21:38 Investors are focusing on Google chief executive Eric Schmidt and his leadership of the tech giant Google has reported third-quarter profits of $2.8bn (£1.7bn), down 5% from the same period a year earlier. That sent shares in the internet giant down over 3% in after-hours trading. A closely-watched […]

Minecraft city built in two years

17 October 2014 Last updated at 18:00 By Zoe Kleinman Technology reporter, BBC News Other Minecraft players drop in to help build Titan City from time to time, says its creator A student from Delaware has spent two years building a virtual world he has named Titan City in the video game Minecraft. Titan City […]

How to Ruthlessly Prioritize Your Task List to Get More Done

Have you ever noticed how easy it is to make a to do list, but how much harder it is to actually finish it? Prioritization makes a huge difference when it comes to actually completing that task list. The trick is to be as ruthless as you can stand. How to Prioritize When Everything Is […]

Scientists Discover the Ideal Dance Moves for Men

Before heading out for a night on the town, guys might want to make sure they have their dance moves down. A recent study showed women rated these particular dance moves higher than others. The study—conducted by Northumbria University in Newcastle, UK, and published in Biology Letters—found that women rated male dancers higher when they […]

Compare Yourself to the “Old You” Instead of Others to Keep Positive

When you’re working hard to change a habit, develop a skill, or achieve a personal goal, it’s hard not to compare yourself to others. Doing so can bring you down or breed hateful thoughts, however, so you’re better off comparing yourself to someone you know you’ve surpassed: the old you. Different personalities compare themselves to […]

Use Google Sheets as a Multilingual Chat Translator

Communicating with someone who speaks and writes in another language isn’t the easiest task, but this Google Sheet incorporates Google Translate so you can have a real-time chat conversation with anybody in the world. Over at the tech blog Digital Inspiration, Amit Agarwal created a Google Sheet that’s powered by Google Scripts, and translates all […]

How to Boost Your Phishing Detection Skills and Avoid Email Scams

Phishing scams—the ones that try to get you to provide private information by masquerading as a legitimate company—can be easy to uncover with a skeptical eye, but some can easily get you when you let your guard down for just a second. Here’s how you can boost your phishing detection skills and protect yourself during […]

Engadget Daily: unlimited clean power, why there’s no Retina MacBook Air and more!

So, why hasn’t Apple updated its MacBook Air line with a Retina display? Here’s our two-word answer: battery life. That’s not all we have on deck though — check out the rest of our news highlights from the last 24 hours, including a breakthrough in fusion power, further decline of the record industry, a Comic […]

iFixit takes a peek inside Apple’s new ‘5K’ iMac

Sure, we were only just introduced to Apple’s 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K Display, but the folks at iFixit are already tearing one apart. Inside they found a screen made by LG Display, and a setup similar to previous iMacs, including easily-accessed RAM slots for memory upgrades. Overall, the layout is almost exactly like last […]

Capture 360-degree videos with this surveillance blazer

If Google Glass and lifelogging cameras aren’t enough to make you feel safe, then maybe what you really need is a surveillance blazer. See, nothing can get past the camera-dotted jacket above — not when it can capture 360 videos of your environment and instantly upload it to the internet with the click of a […]

Fitbit: skin irritations were allergies, new wristbands have a warning

Fitbit recalled its Force wearable back in February after owners reported skin irritation, but after an investigation, says it will not do the same for the Fitbit Flex. The New York Times reports that the company and the Consumer Product Safety Commission decided a recall was not necessary, as long as the company makes a […]

Flickr chooses a great time to launch its iPad app

Apple has chosen to focus on the iPad’s camera abilities with the upcoming Air 2 (we wish they wouldn’t) and apparently, finally snagged Flickr’s attention. Yahoo’s photo sharing service somehow managed to beat Instagram to the punch so perhaps the introduction of its first iPad-ready app (four years after Apple’s slate arrived) isn’t that late. […]

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