Edward Snowden Breaks Down Phone to Make it 'Go Black'

In an upcoming episode of the Vice News show, company founder and journalist Shane Smith will sit down with self-exiled whistleblower Edward Snowden to discuss the state of privacy and surveillance in the U.S. During the interview, Snowden responded to a question from the public about how to secure our …

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Jawbone Reportedly Stops Production Of Its Fitness Trackers

It looks like Jawbone may be the next victim of Fitbit’s dominance in the fitness tracking market. According to a report from Tech Insider, Jawbone has ceased producing its UP fitness monitor line and is selling its inventory to a third party for resale. In fact, if reports are anything …

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Verizon Employees End Their 44-Day Strike

After weeks of striking in an attempt to force Verizon to meet their demands, employees of the company agreed to put down their pickets after Big Red and union representatives struck a tentative agreement, CNN has reported. According to U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez, who also served as mediator, Verizon and its …

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The 5 Best Ultrabooks of 2016

Ultrabooks occupy that sweet spot between heavier, more awkward laptops and flimsier, less powerful tablets. Judging from the latest and greatest entries in the market, they aren’t going anywhere, either. These ultrabooks are more powerful, capacious, and feature-rich than ever before – take a look at the best, and you’ll …

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ZTE To Open Flagship Stores Around The World

Following in the giant retail footsteps of Apple, ZTE has announced plans to open 23 flagship stores around the world, reports Bloomberg. According to Adam Zeng, chief executive officer of ZTE’s mobile devices business, the company will open around 20 stores in major cities throughout China. Even so, ZTE also plans to …

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This App Could Predict The Next Big Earthquake To Save Lives

When it comes to inclement weather, we’re always looking for a way to stay a step ahead of the next storm or flood. That’s what makes earthquakes such menacing disasters to face: They come quickly with little warning and can cause immense damage to nearby cities and towns. Imagine if …

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Facebook and Microsoft to lay new internet cable to Europe

Facebook and Microsoft are teaming up to immerse themselves in an ambitious project to lay a high-capacity internet cable across the Atlantic. Announcing the plan on Thursday, the pair said the cable will help meet growing customer demand for high speed, reliable connections for their plethora of cloud and online services. …

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Hyundai Releases DIY Smartphone Integration | Apple, Android

The convenience of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto has been delighting smartphone-carrying drivers for the last 18 months so, but if you don’t want to buy a new car or throw down for an aftermarket head unit, you’re still pretty much out of luck. Thankfully, Hyundai has you covered … …

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