AT&T pre-announces would-be availability of the LG G Watch R

AT&T pre-announces would-be availability of the LG G Watch R

LG's round-faced G Watch R will indeed soon be making its way to the US, and AT&T is one of the first places where you will be able to get it. This is the message that the major US carrier is giving as it confirmed that the smartwatch will indeed be available in its portfolio and that it is one of the very first wireless carriers to do so. That said, this is merely a pre-announcement as neither date nor price have been revealed just yet.

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iPad Air 2 keyboard cases debut from Logitech

iPad Air 2 keyboard cases debut from Logitech

With the launch of the new Apple iPad Air 2 tablet, huge amounts of accessories were launched as well. Those accessories will keep coming until the tablet is no more. Logitech has announced that it has some new accessories for the iPad Air 2 that are available for owners of the tablet to purchase starting next month. One of the accessories is the Logitech Keys-to-Go portable keyboard optimized for typing with the latest Apple tablet.

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XYZPrinting’s da Vinci 1.0 AiO packs 3D printer and scanner

XYZPrinting’s da Vinci 1.0 AiO packs 3D printer and scanner

There is perhaps no more doubt in anyone's mind that 3D printing is here to stay. But while a multitude of companies and startups have made 3D printing a breeze, creating something to be 3D printed isn't yet equally so. Either you design your own object or you employ the use of a dedicated 3D scanner, which isn't exactly easy to come by, not to mention cheap. XYZPrinting, however, might now have the solution to that. Introducing the da Vinci 1.0 AiO, claimed to be the first combo unit available for consumers at a relatively affordable price.

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Study says lane splitting is safer and faster for everyone

Study says lane splitting is safer and faster for everyone

A new study has been published that claims lane splitting is safer for motorcyclists and makes the commute faster for everyone. Lane splitting is when motorcyclists ride between two lanes on the highway in traffic. Riders always knew that splitting lanes was faster for them, but the study found it makes the commute faster for everyone. Lane splitting makes it safer for riders because being rear-ended is the most likely accident to happen in traffic and if the riders get rear-ended, serious harm or even death can occur.

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Samsung Find My Mobile reported to be vulnerable to attack

Samsung Find My Mobile reported to be vulnerable to attack

One of the biggest objections that detractors of the kill switch have against the theft deterrent measure is that the feature could be used for good or for ill, depending on who holds the power. Those fears might have just materialized with the discovery that Samsung's Find My Mobile feature, which lets users remotely lock or unlock their devices in case of loss or theft, can easily be broken into, giving hackers the power to remotely control access to a victim's Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

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Walmart starts selling used video games

Walmart starts selling used video games

For many, trading in a used game means making a pit stop at GameStop, something Walmart challenged earlier this year with a used game trade-in program kicked off in March. Under that, gamers could trade in their old unwanted video games in exchange for store credit, putting pressure on others in the used game market and leading up to what the company started today: the sale of used games. Joining this a special announcement about Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

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Less.Mail saves you from routine replies using AI

Less.Mail saves you from routine replies using AI

Remember Elon Musk's ominous warning about artificial intelligence bringing about humanity's doom? While we are probably still far, far away from AI-mageddon, our lives, at least our digital ones, are increasingly becoming dependent on AI in one form or another, from the machine learning buried deep beneath search engines, to the more visible, or rather audible, manifestations in Google Now and Siri. Now, there's one more to join that group. Less.Mail is a new app that uses artificial intelligence to let you accept appointments or cancel dates.

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ZTE becomes smartphone sponsor for NBA team trio

ZTE becomes smartphone sponsor for NBA team trio

ZTE USA is upping its game, announcing yesterday that it has become the official smartphone sponsor for three NBA teams: the New York Knicks, Houston Rockets, and Golden State Warriors. Its sponsorship of the Rockets is nothing new -- ZTE previously sponsored the team, and having seen success, has now moved to bring the other two on board. As part of its sponsorship, ZTE promises to aid the teams' various charitable activities. This followed news earlier this month that ZTE might be buying Pantech.

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Samsung video explains why it’s so hyped about 5G

Samsung video explains why it’s so hyped about 5G

South Korea hasn't been one to settle on a network technology for too long. Even while the rest of the world is still migrating towards and heavily marketing 4G, companies and engineers already have their sights on the next generation, 5G. Samsung, unsurprisingly, is one of the biggest proponents of that technology, considering a good bulk of its business revolves around devices that connect to the Internet. Now it has released a video showing why you should be excited about it too. And no, it's isn't about eliminating YouTube buffering.

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Tim Cook on Apple Watch battery life: expect to charge daily

Tim Cook on Apple Watch battery life: expect to charge daily

Apple's Tim Cook is on stage right now at the WSJD Live conference, and as expected he has a lot to say about the company's new Apple Watch wearable and its conjoined Apple Pay service, among other things. The conference has only just begun, but Cook has already touched on both topics, and amidst them had a thing or two to say about the wearable's battery life, something that has thus far been kept a close secret.

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