You no longer need to imagine the future of 3D printing, it's already here with the Sneakerbot II trainers ready to be printed off. The result is a pair of 3D printed trainers that can be folded and bent to a tiny size. More »3D print a set of Sneakerbot II trainers that can fold into your pockets, for free
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The global epicenter for discussions about wireless innovation, entrepreneurship and investment is not in Washington, D.C. this week where Japan's Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son (and newly minted owner of wireless carrier Sprint) will share his thoughts on the American mobile marketplace, but rather deep in the heart of Texas. Mobile enthusiasts from all over the world have flocked to Austin to engage in a digital rite of passage - rubbing elbows at the famed South by Southwest (SXSW) festival. ... More »Setting the Bar for Global Excellence
Tout comme on ne doit pas juger un livre d’après sa couverture, il en est de même pour un ordinateur et sa taille. Après tout, un proverbe dit – ce n’est pas tant la taille du chien qui vous mord […] More »Shuttle DS81, il est petit mais puissant
Apple just released iOS 7.1 to the public on Monday but now it’s time to move on. We first saw details surrounding Apple’s upcoming iOS 8 update begin to trickle out last month, including the uncovering of a new Healthbook app that will see Apple’s mobile platform join the recent rush of fitness-related apps and features that are pouring into smartphones. Now, 9to5Mac is back with a report covering more new features set to arrive in Apple’s iOS 8 update later this year. 9to5Mac has a nearly flawless track record when it comes to reporting on Apple’s unannounced plans, and the blog on Tuesday revealed a number of new features and updates set to debut in iOS 8. According to More »Early iOS 8 details emerge – big improvements coming
Twitter is where ordinary citizens get to talk to celebs and cabinet members alike. No major story breaks without a “this is what Twitter thinks” piece in the papers. But out of the 1.1 million registered South African users on Twitter, who is the most interesting of them all? That’s what a new Citroën campaign is hoping to find out. More »Are you the most interesting person on South African Twitter?
Apple and Samsung are enemies in the smartphone market -- and in the courtroom -- but that doesn't mean the two companies can't hug it out when it comes to components. Despite an earlier report claiming that TSMC would be the main supplier of the iPhone 6's purported A8 processor, a Samsung rep claims that it will be pumping out the chip too. The source of this claim is an anonymous Samsung official, who told ZDNet Korea that the company will be producing the CPUs in its Austin, TX facility. More »Samsung to Supply iPhone 6's Screaming A8 Chip (Report)
A FlyPay anunciou seu lançamento inicial e a captação de mais de £ 1 milhão em novos financiamentos para desenvolver ainda mais sua linha de produtos. More »Aplicativo FlyPay pode agilizar a hora de pagar a conta no restaurante
So let’s say you’ve downloaded iOS 7.1 but you don’t have time to figure out all the new features it has. Fear not! A handy video posted by iTwe4kz breaks down everything that’s new with iOS 7.1, from major changes to minute details that you probably never would have noticed. The most important thing to know about iOS 7.1 is that you should not download it if you’ve got a jailbroken iPhone — Apple has patched all the holes that allowed for the iOS 7 jailbreak and you’ll have to wait a bit before there’s another jailbreak update for 7.1. Other features detailed in iTwe4kz’s video include a new slide-to-power-off button that will slowly dim your smartphone’s display as you move it More »Awesome video walkthrough shows you everything new in iOS 7.1
Imagine listening to someone speaking slowly, or watching someone gently crinkling cellophane, and suddenly your head starts to tingle and a sensation of total relaxation washes over you -- it's what's sometimes known as "goose looping," or "attention-induced head orgasm." It's a sensation that also goes by autonomous sensory meridian response, or ASMR: a non-clinical term for the relaxing, tingling feeling at the top of the head that proponents say can lead to a number of therapeutic, if scientifically unproven, benefits. ... More »These YouTube Videos Supposedly Induce Insomnia-Curing 'Brain Orgasms'
It's been more than a year since we last covered Plextor's wares, but the company's been busy with the next generation of its M-branded SSDs. For the first time, the range includes a premium PCIe option explicitly aimed at ... More »Plextor targets gamers with '50 percent faster' SSD starting at €199 ($275)
I swore I would never try Jawbone’s future fitness bands after having such an awful experience with the second-generation UP. But when I finally gave in and bought the new UP24, I quickly learned that it is indeed the best fitness tracking band in the world. Until recently, only iPhone owners had access to Jawbone’s UP24 band because the Android version of the company’s UP app didn’t support the new model. As of Tuesday, however, that changes. Jawbone has just announced the release of the UP 3.0 app for Android, which brings with it several new features and enhancements. Most importantly though, it adds support for the awesome UP24 fitness band courtesy of Bluetooth sync support. “We believe that helping More »Android users finally have access to the best fitness band on the planet
And this year, millions are giving up Facebook, Twitter and other social media. That's right, all the cool kids are now giving up social media instead of chocolate and smoking for lent. A survey from the Barna Group showed 16 percent of people observing Lent will give up social media this year, the New York Post says. Thirty-one percent are "fasting from technology" in addition to social media, which seems impossible if you have an office job or use any means of communication more advanced than a rotary phone. More »Surveys Show Social Media Is the Hip New Lenten Sacrifice
Jawbone announced today that the Up24 band and its Up app are now available for Android. Now Android users will be able to purchase a band and sync it wirelessly via Bluetooth to their cellphones, allowing for real-time notifications and data storage. Until this point, Android users were a bit out of luck — the Up app is the primary way for users to get the most out of the Up24 band, because it lets users see all their current and past data at any time. More »Jawbone's Up24 and Up app are available for Android today
If you own a Jawbone fitness tracker, you may have read last week that the company made some changes to its app. Unfortunately for some of us, the updates were all for iOS only -- in fact, the company didn't even bother to mention Android that day. Turns out, Jawbone had a good reason: it was planning an update for the Android app that brings it more in line with its iOS counterpart. More »Jawbone updates its Android app with wireless syncing and push notifications (updated)