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Sean Hollister / Gizmodo:
iMac with Retina Display Eyes-On: It's Gorgeous, Of Course   —  The Apple iMac with Retina display looks brilliant.  I mean, of course it does: There are just too many freaking pixels here (and too much of Apple's reputation for excellence) for it to be anything but stellar.
Oct 16, 2014, 4:45 PMIn context
Jordan Kushins / Gizmodo:
Interview with will.i.am on the Puls and “fashionology”   —  Meet Puls, will.i.am's Gigantic Wearable Cuff  —  We first heard about will.i.am's foray into the world of smartwatch-esque wearables back in April, but we had... questions. … Today he unveiled the Puls.
Oct 15, 2014, 8:45 PMIn context
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo:
Leaked: Fitbit Charge, like Force but without nickel, and Charge HD with heart rate monitoring   —  Exclusive: Fitbit Charge and Charge HR Images and Full Features List  —  After earlier reports that Fitbit may be working on two new activity trackers, a tipster has sent us what appears …
Oct 15, 2014, 7:20 AMIn context
Chris Mills / Gizmodo:
Tesla's AWD Model D Obeys Speed Signs and Changes Lanes By Itself   —  Tesla's unveiling the third part in its electric-vehicle triolgy tonight in LA, but before the event's actually kicked off, a leaked USA Today article (now retracted, but Google cache version here) seems to have blown the lid off the car's shiny new features.
Oct 9, 2014, 11:00 PMIn context
Jordan Kushins / Gizmodo:
Square's new “arrival prediction” technology lets you order ahead, alerts cafe to your arrival, available in NY and SF now   —  Square Now Knows When You're Nearing a Cafe, Will Have Your Order Ready  —  When Square permanently folded its Wallet app earlier this year …
Oct 9, 2014, 1:55 AMIn context
Darren Orf / Gizmodo:
HP Stream, Microsoft's Chromebook competitor, starts at $299, not the expected $199   —  HP Stream: A Windows Machine at a (Slightly High) Chromebook Price  —  Last month, HP gave us a good look at Microsoft's upcoming Chromebook slayer, known as the HP Stream, after temporarily posting its specs on their own website.
Sep 8, 2014, 7:40 PMIn context
Jamie Condliffe / Gizmodo:
Project Tango Tablet Teardown: Everything You Need For Handheld 3D   —  Google's Project Tango tablet is an amazing bit of hardware that made us finally realize that computer vision could be useful for regular people, too.  So now that iFixit has ripped one apart, we're pretty excited to see what lurks within it.
Aug 19, 2014, 4:15 PMIn context
Adam Clark Estes / Gizmodo:
Inside DARPA's Transformative Apps program, the military's own app ecosystem making smartphones battle-ready   —  Inside the Military's Secretive Smartphone Program  —  When I recently set out for the Pentagon's R&D department, I instead found myself in front of a downtrodden shopping mall in Arlington, Virginia.
Aug 6, 2014, 5:10 AMIn context
Mario Aguilar / Gizmodo:
Popcorn Time's “Netflix for Torrents” Is Coming to Chromecast   —  Popcorn Time is a miracle: It lets you stream torrents of movies and TV shows as though they were on Netflix or Hulu.  Is it illegal?  Probably!  But it's also awesome, hard to trace, and soon, it'll work with your Chromecast.
Jul 8, 2014, 6:00 AMIn context
Nicholas Stango / Gizmodo:
Inside the Secret Building That's Bringing Cell Service To NYC's Subway   —  As Hurricane Sandy revealed almost two years ago, New York's 100-year-old subway is not a modern and robust system.  In fact, compared to other cities, it's downright dirty, unpredictable and technologically behind.
Jul 2, 2014, 10:15 AMIn context

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Zoho:
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