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You don’t have to take off this camera bag to grab your gear

The Wolffepack Capture is a unique camera backpack designed to be accessible without ever having to take it off your back. To do this, it uses a patented "trapeze" technology.
Social Media

Twitter misses the mark on revenue, outlook in second quarter

Twitter continues to disappoint with its quarterly earnings. The company's latest financial results missed revenue and outlook expectations, posing tough questions for the company's founder and CEO, Jack Dorsey.

Microsoft injects Office 365 with cool new features for Word, Outlook, PowerPoint

Microsoft said on Tuesday that Office 365 will receive a bunch of new features in July, including Researcher and Editor services for Word. PowerPoint and Outlook will get new goodies, too.

BlackBerry will launch DTEK50 Android smartphone for $300 in August

BlackBerry isn't dead yet! The company may be readying three new Android smartphones for release later this year. Here's everything we know about the devices, what they look like, and what they can do.

Illinois law enforcement prohibited from using stingrays without a warrant

The use of cell tower simulators called "stingrays" by police will require an application to the court under a new Illinois law effective January 1, 2017. Any data obtained from non-targeted individuals in the area must be deleted…

Samsung's looking to increase wireless chargers' workload, patents show

Samsung's patents for a wireless charger, filed in January 2016, show a tall device that can charge your phone and wearable at the same time. It's unclear when we could see this device hitting the market.

WD, Toshiba finish development of third-generation BiCS3 memory tech

Western Digital announced that development of its next-generation BiCS3 3D NAND technology is complete, packing 64 layers of vertical storage capacity. The tech is now in production and expected to initially become available later this…
Cool Tech

Study shows the human eye is capable of detecting a single photon

A study published by Nature Communications suggests the human eye is capable of detecting the smallest known particle of light -- a single photon. The sample size was small, but the results were statistically significant.

Apple Pencil concept could let you use a stylus to control your Mac in lieu of a mouse

Apple filed a patent that describes an Apple Pencil compatible with Mac trackpads. It would also support "air" gestures, and could theoretically be used as a game controller or mouse replacement.

Vive la France: Catherine de Medici leads the French in 'Civilization VI'

Catherine de Medici makes her series debut as the leader of France in 'Civilization VI'. A queen regent and wife and mother to numerous kings, Catherine was one of the most influential women in 16th century Europe.
Product Review

Mobvoi Ticwatch 2 Review

Ticwatch 2 is a sensational smartwatch, and a giant gamble.