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The Atomo Modular Electronics System is like LEGO for electronics

By | 2017-03-17T23:47:38+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Categories: Gadgets|

One of the hardest things about Raspberry Pi and Arduino is figuring out where to stick all the pieces. While both of these systems work well alone – you can have a lot of fun with just a board and an Internet connection – it’s also fun to add little things like printers

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Santa Fe enlists Rubicon Global to curb waste and ramp up recycling

By | 2017-03-18T00:13:30+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Categories: Green Tech|

Humans, especially Americans, are kind of slobs. We mess up the Earth by throwing out about 4.5 pounds of garbage per person on average every day. Two-thirds of that waste could be composted, but isn’t. And half of the rest of it could be recycled, according to research from the Duke Nicholas School

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The League adds read receipts, so paid members can confirm when someone is really ghosting them

By | 2017-03-17T23:27:48+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Categories: Social|

The League, a dating app that users have to apply to join, has a new feature that could help with one of the most agonizing parts of the online dating process — wondering if someone’s deliberately ignoring you or if they just haven’t opened the app in a while. Specifically, The League is importing an

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Laying a trap for self-driving cars

By | 2017-03-18T16:22:09+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Categories: Android|

We spend a lot of time and words on what autonomous cars can do, but sometimes it’s a more interesting question to ask what they can’t do. The limitations of a technology are at least as important as its capabilities. That’s what this little bit of performance art tells me, anyway. You can

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Arthena uses data science to find the best investments in art

By | 2017-03-18T15:10:40+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Categories: Android|

We all have our opinions about art (even if that opinion is just I don’t get it) — but what about art as an investment? Arthena, which is part of the current batch of startups at Y Combinator, says it can help investors make money reliably from art. Founder and CEO Madelaine D’Angelo said Arthena first

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UK: pre-ordering the £599 Galaxy Tab S3 nets you a free keyboard cover

By | 2017-03-18T12:08:38+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Categories: GSM|

Yesterday Samsung revealed the official release date and price for the Galaxy Tab S3 in the US. Today the Korean company has started taking pre-orders for the device in the UK, through its own online store. As anticipated based on a premature retailer listing, the new tablet does in fact cost £599. However,

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MuleSoft soars 46% on first day of trading

By | 2017-03-18T13:33:13+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Categories: Android|

It’s the first enterprise tech IPO of the year and it’s off to the races. MuleSoft, which helps businesses like Netflix and Spotify with their APIs, closed at $24.75, a 46% premium to its IPO price of $17. This was after pricing above the expected range of $14 to $16. The company was able to raise

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Watch sensors track a full-court basketball game in real time

By | 2017-03-17T20:21:55+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Categories: Android|

Here’s your cool sports hardware demo of the week: ShotTracker, the Kansas City-based startup whose team-focused offering can track and collect analytics from an entire basketball game in real-time, is demoing for all 31 games of the NAIA D1 Men’s National Championship tournament this week in Kansas City. It’s the first time automated, real-time stats have been

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Black vivo Xplay6 is releasing next week

By | 2017-03-18T10:46:39+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Categories: GSM|

Ever since Apple debuted not one, but two different shades of black for its latest iPhones, black has seen somewhat of a revival in the mobile world. Many years ago it was the default color for phones, but in the meantime people grew accustomed to metallic hues such as silver or grey. Now

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LeEco said to be trying to sell its Silicon Valley property amid cash woes

By | 2017-03-18T10:31:33+00:00 March 17th, 2017|Categories: Android|

According to a new report from Reuters, LeEco is said to be seeking a buyer for the 49-acre swath in Silicon Valley set for the site of its future US headquarters. The Chinese electronics polymath highlighted its plans for EcoCity back in October, during its ambitious stateside debut, but a number of recent financial

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