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Check your Fitbit from the wall using Wink’s Relay light switch

Wink's Relay, the light switch with a touchscreen, just got some new capabilities: It lets you call an Uber, shows your Fitbit stats, and works with IFTTT. It also works as an intercom if you have more than one device.
Home Theater

Control live sound or just jam out with these fully wireless, AR earbuds

Doppler Labs unveils the latest evolution of its sound-altering wireless earbuds, the Here One. Available now for pre-order, the Here One can alter the sound around you, play music, amplify or cancel noise, and more.
Mobile

Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…
Cool Tech

Tour de France officials will use thermal imaging to catch ‘bike dopers’

Thermal imaging cameras will be at the Tour de France, but they won't be used to record spectacular images of racers. Instead, the cutting edge camera technology can detect bike doping, where riders hide motors within the frames of their…
Product Review

Huawei Matebook Review

Want fries with that? Huawei's first PC looks cheap, until you add extras.
Web

Sundar Pichai was just hacked by the same group that hacked Mark Zuckerberg

Looks like no one is immune to being hacked -- not even Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who was recently hacked by the same group that previously hacked Mark Zuckerberg, Channing Tatum, and Spotify CEO Daniel Ek.
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Small town library leads freedom of internet browsing charge

Despite concerns by local police and Homeland Security, the Kilton Public Library in Lebanon, New Hampshire allows masked internet use. The Tor browser is installed and accessible to all on four computers allowing complete anonymity.
Cool Tech

One of these poems was written by an AI — can you guess which one?

Artificial intelligence has competed against humans as novelists, go players, hackers, and pathologists. Now, AI algorithms have taken on the role of poet through the PoetiX competition,
Virtual Reality

Compute from the beach (or Mars) with Space, a VR office environment

Get ready to write up that report on the beach, or in space, or wherever you fancy, as the office of the future could well be virtual. Pygmal's 'Space' software lets you open up as many virtual displays as you want in virtual reality.
Computing

Dolphin 5.0 is here, and brings with it awesome improvements

After nearly two-and-a-half years, and countless hours of bug testing, Dolphin 5.0 is here, and brings with it a slew of new features and big fixes making it one of the best and most stable emulators out right now.
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Airbnb sues San Francisco over new short-term rental rules

Short-term rental service Airbnb is suing the city of San Francisco over a recently passed amendment to a rental law. The new law is scheduled to go into effect sometime next month, with the lawsuit hoping to block it.
Gaming

‘Pac-Man: Championship Edition 2’ pops up in Korea

Based on documents from the Korean software ratings board, a follow-up to the excellent Pac-Man: Championship Edition DX may be around the corner, titled simply Pac-Man: Championship Edition 2.