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Wikimedia refuses claim to delete a selfie taken by a monkey

Potentially a case for the legal system, a British wildlife photographer is in a dispute with the owners of Wikipedia over the validity of a copyright on a picture that was taken by a primate.

Following Uber, Lyft intros carpooling feature called Lyft Line

In an attempt to help reduce travel costs as well as decrease the number of cars on the road, Lyft Line is a new feature of the Lyft service that encourages strangers to carpool for a discount on the trip.
Product Review

Lenovo Flex 2 15 Review

Lenovo Flex 2 15 review.

Philips fires back at Acer with a $600 28-inch 4K monitor of its own

Philips just revealed a super-cheap 28-inch 4K monitor that directly competes with one that Acer recently announced.

Hands on: Foursquare’s rebuilt app wants you to stop bragging and start exploring

Foursquare 8.0 is a refreshing redesign that puts the focus on exploring great places instead of just checking in at hot spots. The new app customizes local searches in a colorful way.

Google adds an unsubscribe button to spam mail in Gmail

Google is making it much easier to un-subscribe from annoying, unwanted email lists. Learn more here.
Game Review

Ephemerid: A Musical Adventure Review

Ephemerid: A Musical Adventure review.

No family resemblance here: 2016 Mazda MX-5 to look ‘nothing like’ its predecessor

Mazda's beloved MX-5 has been around since 1989, but it fun looks have remained quite similar in those 25 years. Mazda execs are now saying the next-gen Miata will embody the company's 'Kodo' philosophy, showcasing completely different…
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Epson Artisan 1430 Review

Epson Artisan 1430 review.

Sony teaser hints at snow and blood for Gamescom

Sony has released an extremely vague teaser video for something that they will announce next week at the Gamescom trade show in Cologne, Germany.

SnapPiCam is a Raspberry Pi interchangeable lens camera you hack together

The SnapPiCam is a self-powered, interchangeable lens camera that's powered by Raspberry Pi. Currently on Kickstarter, the SnapPiCam comes as a kit that you put together by using common tools.