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Brian Barrett / Wired:
After backlash, Logitech says it will offer free Harmony Hubs for all Harmony Link users   —  WHEN LOGITECH DECIDED to intentionally brick its Harmony Link hub next March, it somehow didn't anticipate the backlash, which spread from Reddit comment threads to major tech publications and beyond.
Nov 10, 2017, 1:25 AMIn context
Brian Barrett / Wired:
How streaming boxes running open source Kodi media player software have made video piracy easy with third-party add-ons   —  THE KODI BOX pitch is hard to resist.  A little black plastic square, in look not much different from a Roku or Apple TV, and similar in function as well.
Oct 30, 2017, 10:40 AMIn context
Brian Barrett / Wired:
Intel to offer Thunderbolt 3 protocol specification to chipmakers royalty free next year and integrate Thunderbolt into its CPUs   —  Nearly two years ago, Intel gave a major boost to Thunderbolt, its zippy hardware interface, by embracing USB-C, the do-it-all port that will eventually eat the world.
May 24, 2017, 12:05 PMIn context
Brian Barrett / Wired:
On April 4, both Pornhub and its sister site, YouPorn, will switch to HTTPS by default, a month after popular adult site RedTube made the transition   —  As the internet continues to limp toward better security, sites have increasingly embraced HTTPS encryption.
Mar 30, 2017, 1:45 PMIn context
Brian Barrett / Wired:
300 of Intel's Shooting Star drones were used for a choreographed light show for Super Bowl halftime show, which was taped last week because of FAA regulations   —  The best Super Bowl halftime shows leave indelible memories, be it a notorious wardrobe malfunction, that goofy Left Shark …
Feb 5, 2017, 10:30 PMIn context
Brian Barrett / Wired:
How Lego built Lego Life, its child-friendly social network with Instagram-style profiles, a news feed, and more, available now on iOS and Android   —  There are Lego bricks and Lego movies, Lego videogames and Lego books.  The stackable, sortable plastic molds permeate all corners of society.
Jan 31, 2017, 12:55 PMIn context
Brian Barrett / Wired:
IBM launches Watson for Cybersecurity beta program involving 40 companies across indurstries like finance, healthcare, and more   —  You may know Watson as IBM's Jeopardy-winning, cookbook-writing, dress-designing, weather-predicting supercomputer-of-all trades.
Dec 6, 2016, 7:10 PMIn context
Brian Barrett / Wired:
Apple's new TV app, designed to track favorite shows across apps, does not include Netflix or Amazon, and most streaming services require cable log-in   —  The Apple TV has a new app, called simply TV, that promises to help make sense of the 1600 video content providers that have apps on the platform.
Oct 27, 2016, 3:15 PMIn context
Brian Barrett / Wired:
Developers behind Dark Sky app launch new free weather site with web-specific features like detailed microclimates, weather at different altitudes, more   —  If you use Dark Sky as their weather app of choice—or just happen to enjoy gloriously rendered maps of weather movement …
Sep 21, 2016, 8:55 AMIn context
Brian Barrett / Wired:
OnePlus 3 to launch globally on June 14 without an invite system   —  When the remarkable OnePlus One arrived two years ago, it made people reimagine the $300 smartphone.  But it also made everyone reimagine how they buy a phone, with an invitation-based system as frustrating as it was arcane.
Jun 1, 2016, 10:10 AMIn context

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