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Apple

Apple Maps vans working overtime to ‘improve Apple Maps’

Apple is planning improvements for its Maps app, and has been putting its fleet of data-collecting vans on the street at all hours. The company states that it will be driving vehicles around the world to collect data in order to improve the…
Cool Tech

Best LED Flashlights

LED flashlights and headlamps may excel in terms of longevity and overall brightness, but they knowing which is the best isn't always easy. Check out 10 of our favorite models, from the likes of MagLite, Dorcy, Princeton Tec, and more.
Wearables

From bioluminescent dresses to emoji pins, Intel struts its stuff at Fashion Week

“Tech and fashion are really at the heart of modern culture,” says Intel VP Sandra Lopez. At an event at New York Fashion week, she and her team set out to showcase what’s possible when fashion and tech collide.
Movies & TV

Sacha Baron Cohen shocks Jimmy Kimmel audience with movie clip you can’t watch

A reportedly extremely graphic clip from the upcoming comedy The Brothers Grimsby was shown to live audience members at Jimmy Kimmel Live audience, but viewers at home could only watch their reactions.
Computing

AMD confusingly reveals minimum CPU specs for Oculus Rift

While Nvidia has largely been focused on the graphics processing requirements for Virtual Reality, AMD has revealed -- in perhaps the most confusing and jumbled way possible -- its minimum CPU specifications for Oculus Rift.
Movies & TV

Apple's first TV series to star Dre, include orgy scene

Apple will be debuting its first original scripted series called Vital Signs. The show will star Dr. Dre, and will include six, half-hour episodes that are semi-autobiographical about the rapper, actor, and entrepreneur.
Gaming

Hideo Kojima has his own YouTube show and its called ‘HideoTube’

Metal Gear Solid series creator Hideo Kojima discussed his top 10 films of 2015 on HideoTube, the first episode of his new web series, which was posted from Kojima Productions' YouTube channel Thursday.
Gaming

Gamers care less for competitive play as they get older, study shows

Analytics firm Quantic Foundry has data suggesting that gamers are less interested in playing competitive games as they get older.
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Zzzzap: This LED bulb also houses a bug zapper, but will it work on mosquitoes?

Most bug zappers are large and unsightly, so ZappLight hid one inside a regular LED bulb. You don't have to do any special installation; just screw it in and let the bugs get fried.
Cool Tech

These new Cabbage Patch dolls have creepy LCD eyes that will haunt your dreams

Cabbage Patch Kids are coming back, but they've gotten a 21st century makeover. And that includes tiny sensors, speech abilities, and even a companion app. But it's the eyes -- the eyes -- where the terror really happens.
Cool Tech

The DLR space agency says its final farewell to the Philae lander

After attempting to communicate with the dormant Philae lander over the last month, the DLR space agency said it would cease communication with the probe. Scientists say the chances of reaching it are nearly at zero.
Wearables

Samsung squashes bugs and adds more apps to the Gear S2 smartwatch

Samsung's Gear S2 just got an update, following the release of the Classic New Edition 18K rose gold and platinum edition smartwatches. The update brings three new apps, among bug fixes and improvements, to the Tizen OS.