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  • Julian Assange says he's willing to return to the US
    Infamous Wikileaks founder Julian Assange had previously said he would return to the US to face trial if the US granted clemency to Chelsea Manning, who was convicted of violating the Espionage Act after leaking a massive amount of classified governm...

  • Local multiplayer mayhem comes to Xbox One with 'TowerFall Ascension'
    Xbox One owners, it's time to invest in another controller because local-multiplayer mainstay TowerFall Ascension is finally coming to Xbox Live. From January 25th, Xbox One gamers will be able to get their hands on all the same content PS4 players h...

  • Researchers have found a way to pair cells to smartphones
    Wearables, fitness trackers and other medical devices are extremely useful for gathering basic health data, but existing electronics aren't so good at communicating directly with our bodies' biological systems. The simple fact is that there's a disco...

  • AirTV is shipping to customers without its biggest feature (updated)
    Back at CES, we were quite smitten with AirTV's ability to put all of your streaming services and over-the-air channels in the same place. Well, it looks like the set-top box is shipping to customers without its key feature. AirTV doesn't currently i...

  • Buy a copy of 'Resident Evil 7' on Xbox One, get it free on PC
    The latest game getting the Xbox Play Anywhere treatment is Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. That's right, Capcom's upcoming horror jaunt will support cloud saves, and buying the digital Xbox One version will net you a gratis copy of the game on PC. While...

  • Alexa gets meta, finds you the latest AI research
    AI research is so hot right now, it's hard for even scientists in the field to keep up. To stay on top of the 300-plus papers submitted per day to Arxiv.org, machine-learning researcher Amine Ben Khalifa naturally turned to ... machine learning. He t...

  • Netflix enters the design world for its next docu-series
    Next month, Netflix will debut a new documentary series called Abstract: The Art of Design highlighting on individual designers' work and methodology. It'll begin streaming on February 10th, and from the trailer, it looks a lot like the cooking-focus...

  • Google Home support coming to LG's Music Flow speakers
    LG's Music Flow speakers are based on Google Cast (now "Chromecast built-in") and on its site, LG specifically shows a home with a multi-room setup. Yet, while both Sonos and B&O products work with Google Home and Google Chromecast Multiroom, so...

  • Rick Perry didn't understand the role of the Department of Energy
    Rick Perry, former Governor of Texas, could become the United States' next energy secretary. However, according to a New York Times report, Perry believed the role would help him champion the country's oil and gas industry — which he has experi...

  • Leica's M10 rangefinder gives you full mechanical control
    Unless you're really fond of its lens system, Leica's M-series range-finders have always been a tough sell -- models like the M8 and M9 have limited features, and they cost a fortune. Leica has just launched the M10, though, and is trying to give you...

  • LinkedIn mercifully redesigns its cluttered homepage
    LinkedIn, the professional network that everyone loves to hate, is rolling out a big redesign on the web. And as is often the case with social networks these days, LinkedIn appears to be taking serious "inspiration" from another company -- in this ca...

  • How to follow the Obamas after they leave the White House
    As President Obama prepares to leave the White House, his team must gather up not only his physical belongings, but the tweets, blog posts and other online content produced over the last eight years. Such a bevy of accounts and internet discourse is...

  • Low-cost DNA sequencer uses Nokia 1020's camera as a microscope
    If the Nokia 1020 has a memorable feature, it's surely the phone's 41-megapixel camera -- the same one a team of researchers are now using for their phone-based DNA sequencer and molecular analyzer. The scientists from the University of California, L...

  • Samsung brings Android Nougat to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge
    The Galaxy Note 7 might be no more, but Samsung is still supporting its other flagships in earnest. Today, the company is rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, coupling Google's latest software improvements with a dash of Touch...

  • Deliveroo Plus is a £9 subscription for takeout addicts
    Deliveroo has made an impact in the UK because it allows hungry so-and-sos to order from their favorite big name restaurants, such as PizzaExpress, Wagamama, Giraffe and Gourmet Burger Kitchen. But you pay for the privilege -- Deliveroo typically cha...

  • ICYMI: The U.S. Army is making actual hover bikes
    Today on In Case You Missed It: The Galactic Empire will have some competition for Speeder Bikes soon enough, from the US Army. Researchers there have been working on hoverbikes for a few years now, based on an Australian inventor's design. Ma...

  • Apple and Amazon agree to end exclusive audiobook deal
    For over a decade, Apple and Audible (an Amazon company) have enjoyed an exclusivity agreement that restricted the sale of digital audiobooks to one third-party platform: iTunes. The practice has helped both companies hold almost unassailable positio...

  • Microsoft drops support for 'Minecraft' on Windows Phone
    Microsoft, which owns Minecraft, will stop supporting the Windows Phone 8.1 version of its own immensely popular world building game, Ars Technica reports. While the game's development continues apace, Redmond is essentially admitting that even with...

  • Swiss cops use anti-drone guns at the World Economic Forum
    Swiss authorities have added another security measure for this year's World Economic Forum in Davos: anti-drone guns. Bloomberg has spotted local police preparing HP 47 Counter UAV Jammers to make sure no unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) gets too close...

  • CIA reveals new guidelines for collecting data on Americans
    There's no question that the US government's approach to handling sensitive data could stand an update to acknowledge the online age, and the CIA is taking a stab at it. The agency has published new procedures that govern how it collects, keeps and s...

  • The Morning After: Thursday, January 19th, 2017
    Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. We've got a fresh batch of Fujifilm cameras, 12 million declassified CIA files and a new special event for Overwatch.

  • LG teases the G6's launch for February
    Mobile World Congress is nearly upon us, allowing portions of the mobile world to show off the new devices that they've been working on. The smartphone world may be ossifying, but LG's undeterred, and is sending out teasers for the G6 that'll debut t...

  • Fujifilm's X-T20 is an affordable, compact take on the X-T2
    Fujifilm has unveiled the X-T20, a successor to the popular X-T10 that improves on it in nearly every way. The old 16-megapixel sensor and processor have been updated to the 24.3-megapixel X-Trans III, the same as the one on the world-beating X-T2. T...

  • Fujifilm's X100F should be its best fixed-lens camera to date
    The X100 has, since its inception, been for many the ultimate compact camera. Originally released in 2010, it was the first entry to Fujifilm's X-series of digital cameras, pairing classic aesthetics with a 23mm (35mm equivalent) prime lens, hybrid o...

  • Krebs pinpoints the likely author of the Mirai botnet
    The Mirai botnet caused serious trouble last fall, first hijacking numerous IoT devices to make a historically massive Distributed Denial-Of-Service (DDoS) attack on KrebsOnSecurity's site in September before taking down a big chunk of the internet a...

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