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Never lose your phone or wallet again with the Tile Slim 4-pack ($78 on Amazon)

Do you have trouble keeping track of your things, or are you worried about having your stuff fall into the wrong hands? Tile has you covered. For a short time, you can score a Tile Slim 4-pack of item finders for $78 on Amazon.
Cars

This camera that sees in real time could mean safer driverless cars and drones

Driverless cars can only react as quickly as the camera sees potential collisions. The Celex "sees" in real time by only analyzing the differences from the last frame on a pixel level.
Computing

Microsoft decides to release Adobe Flash Player update for Windows after all

Microsoft decided to delay its February 2017 Patch Tuesday update for a month, due to some issues with the update package. However, the company has decided to release an Adobe Flash Player update in the meantime.
Computing

BenQ America’s 27-inch desktop monitor is built for video post-production work

BenQ America made its PV270 27-inch desktop monitor for video post-production available to purchase for a hefty price. It comes with a hood for blocking out the surrounding light and Technicolor certification for color accuracy.
Outdoors

Ledlenser’s line of outdoor headlamps, flashlights made for hiking after dark

The Ledlenser Outdoor Series of headlamps and flashlights have been specifically designed to meed the needs of outdoor enthusiasts, providing bright and efficient lighting options for use on the trail or campsite.
Mobile

Reports: Samsung Galaxy S8 will have three colors and feature an Exynos chip

After the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, Samsung is likely thrilled to turn its attention to making this year's flagship, which we know as the Galaxy S8. Here's everything we think we know about the phone so far.
Computing

Apple’s new MacBook Pro has an ultrathin keyboard that’s giving some users fits

A less comfortable typing experience isn't the only thing users of Apple's new MacBook Pro keyboard are complaining about. Some have encountered non-functional and non-uniform keys, as well as high-pitched sounds.
Mobile

iPhone users spent double on entertainment apps in 2016 due to in-app purchases

While games continue to account for more than 80 percent of sales on the App Store, the entertainment category observed a year-over-year increase of 130 percent, according to the latest data from analytics firm Sensor Tower.
Home Theater

LG’s WebOS 3.5 smart TV platform is the first to be certified by UL as secure

Are you worried about your TV spying on you? LG announced on Tuesday that webOS 3.5, the latest version of its smart TV platform, is the first to be certified by UL's 2900-1 Cybersecurity Assurance Program.
Cool Tech

Sound science: Ecologists use drones to document songbirds in tough terrain

Cutting-edge ecologists at Pennsylvania's Gettysburg College have demonstrated how drones can be used as bio-acoustic recording devices for helping survey changing songbird populations.
Mobile

Remix OS consolidates your laptop and smartphone into one package

Beijing-based Jide Technology has taken the wraps off an Android-based operating system that transforms your smartphone into a desktop when plugged into an external monitor. It's fully compatible with Android apps.
Wearables

Apple will reportedly switch its glass supplier for the Apple Watch 3

The Apple Watch Series 2 was released to some fanfare, but many are looking for more. In fact, the next Apple Watch could be the best yet. Here's everything we know about the Apple Watch Series 3 so far.