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In a couple years, you’ll be able to sleep in while this robot makes you breakfast

Do you smell what this robot is cooking? It's a crab bisque, based on a recipe from a MasterChef winner. Moley Robotics wants you to have these robot hands in your home in two years, prepping all your meals for you.
Computing

Hackers are giving police departments a hard time with ransomware

According to a recent report, hackers have succeeded in carving out a niche targeting police departments with ransomware, which basically holds your system hostage until you pay a specified sum of money.
Movies & TV

Epic fan film shows L.A. under assault by an Imperial fleet from Star Wars

Kaipo Jones, best known for his cat films involving comic book-inspired powers such as Magneto Cat, has created a new short film called Star Wars Invasion L.A. in which an Imperial fleet creates havoc throughout the city.
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Keep cord clutter hidden away with this clever charging station

Prefer to keep your counters clear of clutter? Griffin Technology charging station, Cove, is designed to charge up to five devices at once in its hidden compartments, so you won't have wires on display.
Movies & TV

DreamWorks Dragons will land on Netflix in June with all new episodes

DreamWorks Dragons, based on the hit How to Train Your Dragon movies will be landing exclusively on Netflix June 26. The series helps bridge the gap between the two animated films in the popular franchise.
Computing

Thermaltake’s newest mouse will keep your hands cool in the hottest games

Ever find yourself wiping off your palms between matches? Perhaps what you need isn't a more relaxed frame of mind, but a mouse with better ventilation. Thermaltake's new Ventrus X has plenty of it.
Photography

Epson’s SureColor photo printer series gets 17-inch model, but inks still pricey

Epson unveils a wider-format photo printer in its SureColor series. Using a newly developed ink system, the P800 offers terrific color gamut and black-and-white prints. However, both the printer and inks will cost you.
Wearables

These 10 Apple Watch apps will keep you healthy and help you call a doctor when you need one

The Apple Watch is taking the developer world by storm. It was only a matter of time before the healthcare industry took notice -- companies like WebMD, Doximity, and others are joining the fray.