Laura Khalil

Laura Khalil

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Laura is a tech reporter for Digital Trends, the editor of Dorkbyte and a science blogger for PBS. She's been named one of the most engaging women to speak about technology and has been featured on The Setup. A member of the San Francisco hackerspace, Noisebridge, she is working on two robotics challenges, leading a puzzle team that competes in a variety of puzzle challenges throughout the US and obtaining a ham amateur radio license in her free time. She loves astronomy, gadgets and hardware hacking.

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Gaming

Zombie survival game series planned for Xbox

Undead Labs, an up and coming creative studio designing games exclusively for consoles, has announced that it's developing an original zombie-survival franchise in collaboration with Microsoft.
Mobile

Soon you’ll be able to pay by smartphone with YESpay

YESpay International has announced that it's planning to enable smartphone based mobile payments at many of its selected merchants that participate in its web and mobile YESpay-Wallet card payment program, allowing customers to pay for web…
Social Media

Rate your boss at new work-related social networking site

ViewsfromtheCube.com is a newly launched work-related social networking site meant to give constructive advice about the best working environments in a particular area. Views from the Cube allows users to rank and review all aspects of…
Emerging Tech

NASA finds Earth-size planets in habitable zone

NASA's Kepler mission has discovered its first Earth-size planet candidates and its first candidates in the habitable zone, a region where liquid water could exist on a planet's surface.
Social Media

Find love this Valentine’s through social gaming

In what has to be one of the more bizarre ways to find love online, LoveFinderGames has announced the launch of its speed dating aquarium called, TheKissingFishGame.
Mobile

Kobo’s iPhone app for book lovers gets social

The popular eReading service, Kobo, has announced that its social eReading experience, Kobo Reading Life, is now available for the iPhone.