Tech

Great news, Samsung fans — you might not have to deal with red-tinted phone screens forever. 🙄 In response to complaints from early Galaxy S8 owners who claimed their device screens looked red in color, Samsung plans to eliminate the issue with a software upgrade. SEE ALSO: Early Samsung Galaxy S8 owners are seeing red […]

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Iceland’s mother tongue has a major tech problem. Many new computer devices do not understand Icelandic, a unique descendant of the Old Norse language filled with ultra-descriptive words such as Hundslappadrifa, or “heavy snowfall with large flakes occurring in calm wind.” This omission is compounding a bigger issue on the North Atlantic island of about […]

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Travis Kalanick, Silicon Valley’s bad boy CEO, once had a very uncomfortable confrontation with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who is a grown-up.  Back in 2015, Uber tried to disguise the fact that the company was secretly tracking iPhones, even if the ride-hailing app had been deleted.  SEE ALSO: Uber employees seem to think #Undelete is […]

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When it comes to alleviating some of the world’s most pressing problems, perhaps we should look to the skies. The word “drone” might inspire images of counterterrorism strikes and the future of package delivery. But quadcopters and other autonomous flying vehicles are revolutionizing the ways we tackle the biggest social and environmental issues of our […]

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Virtual reality artist Teek Mach takes you into her beautiful 3D paintings. Experience a world that can only come to life in VR. After digging into this video, fly your own jetpack and take to the skies. Go on a VR journey in the latest episode of ‘The Possible’ by downloading the app here. Cincinnati […]

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There are no second chances in life, but there may be in email.  While this is of little consolation to those wishing they could hit “undo” on semi-recent national events, Gmail’s Undo Send feature gives us all the break we so desperately need. SEE ALSO: Gmail finally doubles email attachment limit, but it means nothing […]

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Yes, those 360-degree videos you see sometimes on YouTube and Facebook are purty, not just because they’re new and shiny, but because they’re more immersive than even the most stunning two-dimensional Instagram images. But how do those video wizards create them, you may ask? Although some of those videos were definitely created using very expensive […]

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Just a couple of days after releasing its new NikeLab version of the Apple Watch, Apple is leveraging the device’s reputation as a fitness tool to join in the Earth Day festivities.  Early Saturday, Apple CEO Tim Cook posted a photo of a new special edition achievement badge on the Apple Watch designed to get […]

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It’s been a busy week: Samsung and Google partnered on special version of Google Play Music and White House staffers’ favorite secure messaging app might not be that secure. Oh, and Facebook wants you to talk and listen your skin. Luckily, we’ve kept up for you. Each week, we round up the latest app news, […]

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Apple’s secretive self-driving car project just got a little less mysterious.  The Cupertino-based company was granted a permit by the California DMV to test cars on public roads in April, but the details on just what exactly it had planned were few and far between. We knew the permit applied to three self-driving Lexus RX540h […]

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Google has partnered with Samsung, the world’s largest Android smartphone maker, with a special version of Google Play Music, the two companies announced on Friday. Samsung previously launched its own streaming service, Milk which was subsequently shut down.  The special partnership will also include integrations with Samsung’s AI assistant Bixby when it launches, which will […]

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Take a moment to imagine the childhood lives of Bill Gates’ three kids. You’re picturing joyful children leaping and lounging upon heaps of all the coolest and newest tech, right? Shockingly, you’re wrong. Bill Gates, technology giant and co-founder of Microsoft, had pretty surprising technology restrictions for his kids. Gates and his wife Melinda banned […]

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Facebook clearly has big, long-term ambitions, and this week we learned just how big. At its annual F8 developer conference, the company let us take a peek into its future technologies, some of them pretty far out — in every sense. On this week’s MashTalk, the team discusses Facebook’s big announcements and what they mean for […]

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