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Fluance adds a new family member to its Reference line with the new XL5F speaker

Fluance has announced the latest addition to its Reference Series line of home theater products, the XL5F three-way floor-standing speaker, one of the most affordable products in the line to date.
Home Theater

The Min7 is a seriously powerful wireless speaker handmade from wood

The Min7 speaker is handmade from wood, packs 150 watts of power, and boasts multiple connectivity options including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It has also already made over five times its Kickstarter funding goal with nearly two months left to…

Next TAG Heuer smartwatch may launch in 2017, possibly joined by Hublot and Zenith models

The sequel to the TAG Heuer Carrera Connected smartwatch may not arrive until 2017, at which time it may be joined by connected models from the Hublot and Zenith brands, according to several reports.

The Smart Touch is Tissot’s connected watch, but it’s not really that smart

Tissot's the latest Swiss watch maker to launch a connected watch. It's called the Smart Touch, but it doesn't run Android Wear, and instead connects to your phone to provide GPS directions, weather updates, and time zone control.

Pope Francis all set to bless Instagram

Pope Francis is gearing up to flip the switch on his own Instagram account. Launching this weekend, @franciscus will run in tandem with the pope's @pontifex Twitter account, which now has more than eight million followers.
Emerging Tech

Domino’s has built a self-driving pizza delivery robot

Domino's has developed a self-driving robot for delivering pizza. The not-snappily-named "Domino's Robotic Unit" has separate compartments for hot and cold items, can reach speeds of 12 mph, and has built-in cameras to deter hungry thieves.
Social Media

Instagram users are already angry over new Facebook-style feed

It's too early to call it a full-blown backlash, but a new petition railing against Instagram's decision to ditch chronological feeds already has more than 100,000 backers.
Social Media

Twitter is halting TweetDeck for Windows support in mid-April

Impacting anyone that manages mulitple Twitter accounts in the TweetDeck app for Windows, the social network is ending support for the standalone application soon and is encouraging users to switch to the Web.
Social Media

LinkedIn's San Francisco skyscraper is open for business and open to the public

LinkedIn has welcomed its employees into its new luxury San Francisco office, a 26-story skyscraper with its own gym, pool hall, restaurant, and themed floors. The Bay Area building will unite workers from the company's two locations in the…
Social Media founders back Mint, a dating app that doesn’t rely on matches for messaging

The founders of controversial social network have poured $1 million into dating app Mint, which allows users to message each other regardless of matches. The app already boasts 100,000 members in several countries.
Movies & TV

Charlie Cox talks Matt Murdock ‘playing god’ in Netflix’s Daredevil season 2

Expect Matt Murdock to deal with some emotional issues in between fight sequences during Daredevil season 2. Actor Charlie Cox talked about how his character has been "playing god," and the ramifications of doing so.
Movies & TV

Get fired up for season 2 of Daredevil (and jog your memory) with this recap

Get up to speed with Marvel's Daredevil by reading this brief guide to the second season of the gritty, hit Netflix series before it returns with more hard-hitting action on March 18.