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These twins need ventilators to survive, but create amazing 3D printed gadgets together

Twins Chris and Nick Fryer love technology, and by using their knowledge and a 3D printer, they have made everything from drones to robotic pets. What's inspirational is they're both in wheelchairs and only have movement in their fingertips…

AMD spills the beans on July release of Windows 10

We’ve known since last month that Windows 10 would be arriving this summer, but now it seems that the newest version of Microsoft’s operating system will arrive in July, according to a statement in AMD's most recent earnings call.

Using geometric shapes, Overam gives Android users new way to edit photos

Want to add some creative flair to your photos without resorting to filters? Overam is a new app for Android that uses geometric shapes to add new perspectives to photos.

Nokia may return to smartphones, but not until next year

On the heels of Nokia's announcement of a $16.6 billion purchase of Alcatel-Lucent, rumors have begun to surface that the company could return to selling Nokia-branded smartphones as early as next year.

Microsoft continues focus on iOS by adding OneDrive support for Apple Watch

As part of the latest update to its OneDrive app for iOS, Microsoft has added support for cloud storage service on the Apple Watch, allowing users to view and delete photos as well has find them by tag.
Health & Fitness

Here’s a 100 percent waterproof smartwatch for swimmers

Swimmo designed its flagship product to be "water-oriented," addressing the problems that arise when trying to use traditional touchscreen smart devices when wet. The Swimmo uses simple wrist-twist movement and screen taps to navigate the…

This politician blamed a naughty iPhone charger for favoriting sexy tweet

This UK politician blamed a third-party iPhone charger for favoriting a pornographic tweet on his account. He called the situation a "technological accident," but bizarrely was still happy to later admit he watched adult content.

Guess what? The original selfie stick launched in 1980s (and it had a ridiculous name)

Launching more than 20 years before the iPhone set the smartphone market alight, Hiroshi Ueda's selfie stick was clearly ahead of its time. But despite missing out on fame and fortune, the Japanese inventor isn't bitter that his original…

The next great wearable doesn’t need to do more, it needs to transform

Future wearables need to adapt beyond the wrist, which means a more modular approach that lets you tailor your wearable to your situation.

Is the Apple Watch’s screen too small for photos? Instagram doesn’t think so

Instagram will dive into the wearables space this week with a version of its popular media-sharing app for the Apple Watch. The design team says it experimented with many versions, but opted for one that lets you "get in and get out" in…

Amazon ditches TestDrive feature that let Appstore users try out software for free

Amazon has scrapped the feature that let users of its Android Appstore try software before they actually purchased it. The company said it'd ended the 'TestDrive' service because of "a significant decline" in the number of customers using…
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Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: A singing birthday card that never stops, and more

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!