Wearable Device Lets You Make Phone Calls Using Your Finger

Remember when you were a kid playing secret agents by sticking a finger in your ear to mimic speaking on some kind of futuristic phone? Well, the future is apparently here — courtesy of a new Kickstarter campaign called Sgnl. Sgnl’s concept? To give you a wearable wristband, complete with …

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Verizon Rolls Out Safety Mode for Free on All Plans

We stopped paying late fees on movie rentals years ago (though we also stopped paying for movie rentals), so it only makes sense that we stop paying overage fees on our data plans, right? If you ask Verizon that question any time before September 6, the answer would be “no.” …

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The 6 Best iPhone Bike Mounts

Playing music and traveling to new places while relying on GPS isn’t just something you do while driving a car, it’s also something you might do while riding your bike. That said, it can be dangerous to hold your iPhone while riding a bike since, like driving a car, you need to …

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PhotoFast iType-C is a Handy iPhone Storage Extension

Apple really charges a premium for extra gigabytes of storage on the iPhone or iPad, so a lot of people end up opting for the lower storage models and then run out of room quite quickly. There are lots of different cloud services, but external flash drive storage for iOS …

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Qihan Launches Robotics-as-a-Service With Sanbot

The dream of a domestic robot that might make our lives easier still feels frustratingly far away. Though we are starting to see some impressively mobile, conversational robots, they aren’t anywhere near the consumer market yet. Sanbot, from Chinese company Qihan, is a good example. This robot has 3D vision, numerous sensors …

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Snapseed Adds RAW Compatibility to iOS

Snapseed is getting serious about photo editing – a new iOS update adds both RAW support and new portrait retouching tools. The Google-owned app is bringing RAW capability to iOS just before Apple introduces its own support for the digital negative files. While Apple announced the feature would be part of iOS 10, …

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Google Pixel, Home, Daydream Launch Rumored for Oct. 4

Big changes are happening at Alphabet and Google — the search giant is rumored to have scrapped its Project Ara modular phone, several Nest employees are switching over to Google, and Fiber executives were ordered to lay off several employees and make huge cuts to its operating budget. There’s plenty of good news, though …

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Steve Jobs' bathrobe, bow ties, and other stuff auctioned online

They probably already have one of the original computers, and possibly the business cards too, so surely next on the list for the most dedicated of Apple fanboys will be items from Steve Jobs’ very own wardrobe. It’s true, the online bidding is open right now for a wide selection of clothing that …

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Scientists Develop Process to Extract Gold From Old Phones

When you hear that there’s gold to be found in old cellphones, it’s normally a sketchy advert online asking you to sell your old mobile devices for less than they’re worth to someone else. Not so with a new research project carried out by scientists at the University of Edinburgh …

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