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Light Powered Screens May Keep Your Gadgets Always Charged

New photovoltaic screens may allow light to be converted into energy, keeping your smartphones fully charged for an unlimited amount of time. No more battery worries!

Blackberry: A Lesson On How Not To Run A Business

Today Blackberry announced a $1 billion loss and the layout of 4,500 employees, along with a refocus on enterprise markets instead of the consumer area. What went wrong?

Why You Want iOS 7

iOS 7 is very controversial, but it does include quite a few new features you may not know about, things that will help you and your users work more efficiently on your devices. Be ready for the next release by knowing what comes next.

Samsung May Want To Buy Your Startup

Samsung is throwing $1 billion at startups in the hope of competing with Google and Microsoft after their acquisition of Motorola and Nokia, hoping small entrepreneurs are able to come up with great ideas for their products.

iPhone 5C And 5S Announced

The iPhone 5C and 5S were announced today by Apple, providing a number of new features such as the A7 processor, fingerprint scanner, a better camera and the latest iOS 7.

Opera Creates New iPad Browser Called Coast

Opera Coast is the latest browser to be released for the iPad. Is it going to be a player in the mobile browser war? Several new features may place it ahead of the curve if it can attract the users that the company desperately needs.

No New Apple TV Hardware Expected

The new Apple TV won't feature new hardware, which may be a disappointment for those betting their future on this device for the living room battleground, but we can expect quite a few software updates.

Innovative Wearable LED Display

Thanks to a new Kickstarter project named Fos, you may soon be able to display a number of items on your body thanks to a flexible LED display, from the miles you walked to your body weight and other useful items.

New Samsung Android Watch Sighted

Samsung Galaxy Gear may be released this week and turn out to be the most advanced Android watch released so far, with an OLED screen, NFC, a camera and a full day of battery life.

Print Your Own Dinosaur

Thanks to 3D models and printers, anyone will soon be able to print themselves rocks, fossils and perhaps entire dinosaurs. The project aims at offering these models for free for educational and scientific purposes.

New Hammock Shelter Revolutionizes Outdoors Trips

A new Kickstarter project brings us a hammock shelter system with revolutionary ideas and patented design on how you can survive comfortably out in the woods, without getting wet or being attacked by insects.

Google Play Introduces New Restrictions

Google Play is introducing two big changes to its policies that any Android app developer will need to be aware of. If you or your company has an app for Android, make sure you fully understand these changes.

The $150,000 Bicycle Bell

Even though the team started with a $20,000 funding goal, it turns out that a good, innovative and well designed bicycle bell is worth far more than most would have expected.

Area 51 Report Declassified

A recently declassified document tells us about the U-2 spy plane, Area 51 and UFO reports from over 50 years ago, now part of US history and finally in the public domain.

Asus Dumps Windows RT

Asus announced that it will no longer sell Windows RT tablets after admitting that the company has lost money on its RT tablets. The move follows a $900 billion Surface RT loss by Microsoft.

New iPad Scanner Kickstarter Project

A new Kickstarter project aims to raise £7,000 in order to fund the creation of an iPad hardware scanner and case combo, an aluminum design which would provide fast document digitalizing abilities.

Several TOR Services Shut Down

A single arrest and site shut down brought half of the TOR hidden services down. While TOR is a good way to anonymize yourself while on the Internet, be wary of hidden services right now.

Samsung In Hot Water Over PR Moves

Between optimizations for specific benchmarking programs in the Galaxy S4, and a PR firm trying to influence StackOverflow members, Samsung is in a PR nightmare this week.

3D Printed Food

Food printing is like a science fiction dream, something that could solve everything from food going bad to world hunger. So where are the technical innovations that will allow such a technology to become reality?

Google Introduces Chromecast For Your TV

Chromecast promises to provide a very low cost option to bring your online media to your TV, regardless of the device you use, from a PC, Mac, tablet or phone. Available for $35, it makes a strong competitor to current offerings.