Monthly Archives: August 2016

What to expect from Apple’s ‘See You’ iPhone event

It's that time of year again. It's the end of summer, and Apple is once again on the cusp of introducing a new iPhone. Only this year, there's a different buzz. There's been talk of Cupertino playing it relatively safe … Read the rest of this entry

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Corning’s latest Gorilla Glass will make wearables tougher

The latest Gorilla Glass variant out of Corning's offices was specifically designed for wearables, which tend to be more exposed to damage than phones. Corning describes Gorilla Glass SR+ as a whole new composite that's different from previous versio… Engadget … Read the rest of this entry

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Washington Post open-sources its ‘Trump Revealed’ biography

Last week, after the Washington Post published its new Trump Revealed biography, the Republican Nominee was quick to give the book a harsh, "Don't buy, boring!" review. While Trump may believe the reporting in the book is inaccurate, the Post … Read the rest of this entry

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EU net neutrality guidelines close key ‘fast lane’ loopholes

When the European Union passed its net neutrality laws in 2015, it left a few big loopholes that many were worried would undermine the rules. Would your internet provider have free rein to exempt its own services from data caps, … Read the rest of this entry

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ICYMI: The US Government wants to limit big rig speeds

Today on In Case You Missed It: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is proposing to mechanically limit the speed of buses and semis over 26,000 pounds to under 68 miles per hour. The idea focuses on safety concerns but … Read the rest of this entry

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Amazon is cracking down on counterfeit goods

Amazon is cracking down on more than just counterfeit reviews — the e-commerce juggernaut is waging a war against fugazi products, too. In order to sell Adidas, Asics, Hasbro, Nike and Samsung products, Amazon is asking for a $ 1,000 … Read the rest of this entry

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LG delivers three new super-sized ultrawide monitors

LG has continued to push the limits of 21:9 aspect ratio monitors over the years and its latest three additions are something to behold. Ready to debut at IFA and coming to the US this fall, they include the "world's … Read the rest of this entry

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Russia hopes ‘clean’ rockets are the future of spaceflight

If you ask Russia, modern rockets are hindered by not just their engines, but their fuel — the chemicals just aren't powerful enough to carry increasingly heavier loads and keep costs in check. To that end, the country's Advanced Research … Read the rest of this entry

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Toyota is teaching teens how to build fuel-cell cars

Toyota has launched a new project to teach high school students how to build fuel cell cars. Well, OK, the company is teaching them how to build small, remote-controlled fuel cell cars, but it's hoping that's enough to ignite their … Read the rest of this entry

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Simulated Mars mission ends its year-long experiment

A NASA-backed, year-long simulation of living on Mars has finally come to a close. The six people in the HI-SEAS (Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation) experiment have left their dome on Mauna Loa to rejoin the rest of society. … Read the rest of this entry

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