• Ben Heck's Hackmanji board game

    May 29, 2016

    Ben Heck's Hackmanji board game With a bit of laser cutting for the box and some 3D printing for the pieces, cogs and arms, Ben, Karen and Felix build a new version of the board game Jumanji. (Yes indeed, it's on based on the 1995 Robin Williams film.) Also in this episode, Kare...

  • The After Math: Potpourri

    May 29, 2016

    The After Math: Potpourri It's been a mixed week for news with few clear winners and losers -- outside of Chewbacca Mom of course, who has been killing it. Let's see, Takata had to recall 12 million more airbags because they keep killing people. On the other hand, MIT managed...

  • Inhabitat's Week in Green: A VW bug made out of timber

    May 29, 2016

    Inhabitat's Week in Green: A VW bug made out of timber Six years ago a Beijing company proposed an insane lane-straddling bus that could soar over congested freeways. The project just took a step closer to reality, as the Transit Explore Bus is set to begin testing this summer. In other transportation ne...

  • 4K copy protection removal shop settles for $5.2 million

    May 29, 2016

    4K copy protection removal shop settles for $5.2 million Intel and Warner Bros. are still very much embroiled in a war on companies stripping copyright protection from 4K and Blu-ray videos.Hardware seller Ace Deal has agreed to pay the two industry giants $5.2 million to settle a lawsuit over alleged vi...

  • Dropbox's Infinite feature needs deeper access to your computer

    May 29, 2016

    Dropbox's Infinite feature needs deeper access to your computer On the surface, Dropbox's Project Infinite sounds great. The feature will give you access to everything in your account without having to store them on your computer. It's bound to save space, especially if you're using an SSD with a smaller capacity...

  • Apple Stores suffering from 'cult' atmosphere, advancement barriers, says UK staffer

    May 29, 2016

    Apple Stores suffering from 'cult' atmosphere, advancement barriers, says UK staffer For some workers, Apple Stores don't pay that well, don't leave much room for advancement, and sometimes produce an extremely difficult climate to work in, according to an interview with a U.K. staffer published on Saturday.

  • This week on AI: New MacBook Pro rumors, Apple's answer to Echo, Apple Car charging & more

    May 28, 2016

    This week on AI: New MacBook Pro rumors, Apple's answer to Echo, Apple Car charging & more While "iPhone 7" rumors continued to fly fast and furious, some of this week's biggest news actually surrounded the company's MacBook plans, as well as a possible Siri-based competitor to Amazon's Echo speaker.

  • Twitter for iOS gets 'Peek and Pop' 3D Touch gesture support, Google adds AMP integration

    May 28, 2016

    Twitter for iOS gets 'Peek and Pop' 3D Touch gesture support, Google adds AMP integration Ubiquitous microblogging service Twitter on Friday released an updated version of its iOS app with native support for in-app "Peek and Pop" 3D Touch gestures, while Google refreshed its flagship search app with integrated Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) technology.

  • Anticipating WWDC 2016: What's in store for Apple's Macs and OS X

    May 28, 2016

    Anticipating WWDC 2016: What's in store for Apple's Macs and OS X Apple has sold far more iOS devices than Macs over the past several years, but as a $20 billion business, the Mac platform remains extremely important to the company. Here's a look at where Apple's conventional computing platform is headed, and what we can expect to see at this year's Worldwide Developer Conference.

  • Apple details efforts to ease environmental impact at Irish data center

    May 28, 2016

    Apple details efforts to ease environmental impact at Irish data center In an effort to allay local concerns over a massive data center project in Galway, Ireland, Apple this week offered greater detail on environmental initiatives it has planned for the site, from forest repopulation to the creation of a public woodland walkway.

  • Cooling technologies become red hot

    May 27, 2016

    Sainsbury's is trialling new food-cooling technologies that promise to be more eco-friendly than current alternatives.

  • WWDC 2016: Dates, how to get WWDC tickets and what to expect

    May 27, 2016

    The dates have been announced and the ticket lottery has opened - and then closed again. WWDC 2016 is due to kick off in June, with possible updates to the Mac laptop range alongside the announcement of iOS 10, OS X 10.12 and a host of other software updates. Here's everything we know so far about WWDC 2016, and the rumours about upcoming announcements - including iOS 10, Mac OS X 10.12, Apple Music and new Macs

  • Exploding IoT attack surface not an immediate threat to business

    May 27, 2016

    Companies should take care of the security vulnerablities in their IT infrastructure, cloud back-ends and mobile applications in preparation for the challenges of IoT, says Adrzej Kawalec

  • How to build your own IoT with Azure

    May 27, 2016

    Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform has gone well beyond mere virtual machines and orchestrated workflows. It can now also power internet of things applications

  • Cyber attacks on at least three Asian banks share malware links

    May 27, 2016

    Cyber attacks on banks in Bangladesh, Vietnam and the Philippines used the same malware, which has links to other attacks on banks in the region, reports Symantec

  • Apple Pencil 2 new features and release date rumours

    May 27, 2016

    Wondering when Apple will update its Apple Pencil stylus for iPad Pro? Wre round up all the rumours about the Apple Pencil 2's UK release date and new features

  • European Commission endorses UK broadband plans through 2020

    May 27, 2016

    The European Commission gives the thumbs up to the UK’s National Broadband Scheme, designed to extend next-generation broadband access as far as possible by 2020

  • PayPal founder is 'comic book villain'

    May 27, 2016

    Gossip site Gawker accuses PayPal founder Peter Thiel of being 'vindictive' and a 'comic book villain' who uses his billions to fund libel suits against the site.

  • How to get an education discount from Apple

    May 27, 2016

    Students, teachers and lecturers can buy cheap Mac hardware direct from the Apple Store for Education, or get a 50 percent cheaper subscription to Apple Music. Here's how to get your discount

  • IT Priorities 2016: Mobile support and SDN top the network agenda

    May 27, 2016

    Computer Weekly’s annual IT Priorities research reveals that UK buyers are responding well to network and mobile tech that supports remote working strategies

  • Apple fights call to block Facetime

    May 27, 2016

    A patent owner wants Apple to suspend Facetime and iMessage chat apps because it claims its technologies have been infringed.

  • Chinese backlash over Windows 10 push

    May 27, 2016

    Microsoft is facing criticism from Chinese users about the way it is trying to persuade people to upgrade to Windows 10.

  • Three announces mobile ad-block trial

    May 27, 2016

    Mobile service provider Three confirms it will block advertising on its network for a day-long trial in June.

  • Apple watchOS 3 release date, features and rumours UK

    May 26, 2016

    We expect Apple to announced its latest watchOS developments at WWDC 2016 on 13 June, with an expected release of watchOS 3 due in September 2016. Read on to see what we know about the software update will bring.

  • How to download iTunes

    May 24, 2016

    Ever wondered how to download, install, check for updates and even back up iTunes? This article goes through the basics of the must-have program if you're an owner of an iOS device.

 

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