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Sony SmartBand SWR10 hits US with context collection

Sony SmartBand SWR10 hits US with context collection

Sony's SmartBand SWR10 fitness wearable has arrived in the US, wrapping American wrists with a combination of movement and activity tracking, and simple notifications to alarms and other updates on your phone. Unlike most wrist-worn wearables, however, Sony's version is designed to co-exist with your favorite watch, optionally clipping onto its strap.

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Blurred Lines: Melding Mac and iOS into one Apple life

Blurred Lines: Melding Mac and iOS into one Apple life

There’s more to breaking down the barriers between desktop and mobile than making the UIs on an iPhone and a MacBook look alike, and Apple used its WWDC 2014 opening keynote to hint at how. Continuity came up several times during the presentation, on both the OS X and the iOS sides, explaining how later this year our Macs and iPhones will work together to transfer tasks as you move between them. Yet the potential for Continuity goes far further than just giving you a bigger keyboard to finish your email on.

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Narrative Clip wearable camera adds option for life-logging coy

Narrative Clip wearable camera adds option for life-logging coy

Life-logging wearable company Narrative had a tricky journey from Kickstarter to shipping success, but now the order books have been thrown open to anybody wanting to clip a whole-day-recording camera to their lapel. For those unfamiliar, the iPod nano-scale Clip takes a photo every thirty seconds, and then uploads them to a cloud server where the best of the images are surfaced in the companion iOS and Android apps; now, there's also a cheaper option for those unsure if life-logging is for them.

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Google Shopping Express opens shop in Manhattan, West LA

Google Shopping Express opens shop in Manhattan, West LA

Further encroaching on Amazon's comfort zone, Google has started the expansion of its Shopping Express service. Now it is also ready to go through your shopping list for you and bring them right to your doorstep if you happen to reside in West Los Angeles or Manhattan.

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Two ways you’re wasting your smartphone

Two ways you’re wasting your smartphone

A smartphone in the pocket is a tool in many ways, covering bases in academics, entertainment, science, and more. At the core, a smartphone is a means of communication: voice calls and text-based communication, both of which represent a very small percentage of what the average smartphone can do. Despite continuous increases in technology, many continue to use their smartphone in the same manner, upgrade after upgrade, and the end result is always the same: a device that is going to waste to some degree, at least in relation to its potential. How does one waste their smartphone?

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Giant camera isn’t a joke, it’s The Dreamy Cafe

Giant camera isn’t a joke, it’s The Dreamy Cafe

At first glance you might think this giant red and black Rolleiflex camera sitting next to this small cottage is a April Fools prank. It's no prank this giant camera is real. It's not really a camera; rather this is a building that looks like a camera on the outside. Judging by the decor on the inside, the café owners really like cameras and photography.

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Google+ now showing total profile views to prove people are actually there

Google+ now showing total profile views to prove people are actually there

Google has been operating its Google+ social network for a long time and it has a reputation of being a ghost town. Facebook is certainly more popular and grew faster than Google+, but Google has a new trick for its social network that aims to show that people are actually using the network and looking at user profiles.

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Sprinkles Cupcakes open its first Cupcakes ATM in NYC

Sprinkles Cupcakes open its first Cupcakes ATM in NYC

The Big Apple is home to some really ingenious business and the Cupcake ATM definitely takes the cake. The Cupcake ATM parks itself right next to the Sprinkles Cupcakes bakery on the Upper East Side in New York and operates 24 hours a day.

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4D theater opens in LA this summer with moving seats and smells

4D theater opens in LA this summer with moving seats and smells

About a year ago, Japan got its first 4-D movie using 4DX technology when Iron Man 3 hit theaters. The US is set to get its first 4-D theater this summer when a South Korean firm called CJ Group brings a 4-D theater to Regal Cinemas L.A. Live Stadium 14 in LA.

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Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto says Newsweek’s false report has harmed his prospect for employment

Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto says Newsweek’s false report has harmed his prospect for employment

Bitcoin is one of the most popular virtual currencies out there and the world surrounding bitcoin has been very turbulent over the last few months. One of the most popular bitcoin services called Mt. Gox filed bankruptcy taking with it the virtual coins of many users. The biggest news in the Bitcoin realm came from Newsweek when it ran a story claiming that Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto was the creator of the virtual currency.

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Neato Robotics BotVac series to launch in April

Neato Robotics BotVac series to launch in April

There are several different brands of robot vacuum cleaners on the market today and they all promise to do the same things. They will clean the floors in your home without you having to push the vacuum around yourself. You can even set them to clean when you aren't at home so you don’t have to hear the vacuum run.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger to auction off tank ride for charity

Arnold Schwarzenegger to auction off tank ride for charity

Anyone who grew up in the 80's or has a penchant for 80's action movies will remember Arnie in his glory days. Back when he was ripped and destroyed anything and everything while spouting one-liners that are some of the most memorable in movies. Arnold now has a new plan that will help raise money for a charity he supports and part of the plan came from an idea on reddit.

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