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Here's my review of the new Dropcam Pro!
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Eight major tech companies issued a letter to President Obama and members of Congress calling for NSA reforms.
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El Mayimbe is pretty much the king of the comic book movie scoop game locked down and he hung out with us today on Skype to talk about all kinds of stuff! The Batman/Superman movie villain! Star Wars casting rumors! You can check out his scoops on Twitter or at LatinoReview.com but now get to know the guy behind them!
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The BMW i3: a savvy step into the future, or just not a BMW? CNET's Brian Cooley checks the tech on this new electric car.
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Floppy Disks Still Used by Federal Agency. Amazon’s Drones Bound to Outdo UPS. BlackBerry Refused to Work With “Fad” Bieber. Bitcoins on the Out in China.
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The sharp 10-inch tablet features useful software but suffers from fatal design flaws.
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This deceptively well-designed home security system won our Editor's Choice -- find out why.
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Los cinco mejores gadgets por menos de 100 dólares para complacer a los amantes de la tecnologia en tu lista.
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A veces, la mejor manera de decidir qué regalar es mediante un proceso de eliminación. Aquí te presentamos cinco aparatos que debes quitar de tu lista pero ¡Ya!
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Its creators envision a massive floating platform existing independently of government.
Can plants replace chicken and eggs? Food-tech startups are bringing Silicon Valley-style innovation to a food system they say harms the environment, animals and human health. (Dec. 9)Copyright 2013 The Associated Press
Zapier enables you to automate tasks between other online services (services like Salesforce, Basecamp, and Gmail). This helps you use complementary services side-by-side! With Zapier there is no more waiting for app developers to build integrations. No more expensive freelance programmers. No more unreliable interns. No more lengthy deployment times. Try it at https://zapier.com
A new report from The Washington Post details malware and phishing techniques the FBI uses to track criminals.
Ben fulfills a young viewer's birthday wish and builds an anti-pickpocket wallet. Ben starts off with using discreet logic to create a small anti-theft device that fits into a wallet. If a capitative switch that identifies the owner isn't triggered, an alarm is set off. After unexpected results, Ben moves onto a solution using a microcontroller and makes wallet thieves regret their lives of crime!
The latest rumors indicate Google’s set-top streaming box will be available sometime in the first half of 2014.
Meet Nate Truman. He lives in Southern California and he loves the Batmobile from the 1960s Batman TV show much, he decided to build his own! We hung out with Nate and he told us how and why he built his awesome Bat-ride and what it is about the car that fascinates him so much! Nate also runs StarCarCentral.com, a place where owners of other cool movie and TV cars get together and show off their sweet whips!
Friday, Apple rolled out its location-aware shopping application, iBeacon.
Jon R is back to tackle the biggest tech rumors of this week! In this episode of Rumor Roundup, Jon is talking about the crazy specs that Samsung might include in next year's Galaxy S5, Apple's newest patent which details a cool wireless charging hub that can charge multiple Apple devices without wires, and the HTC One successor possibly making its debut in early 2014. All this and more on Rumor Roundup!
This week on Crave, we take a look at a robotic guitar tuner that tunes your guitar for you. We learn how to remote-control dogs from 100 feet away with an iPhone app, and Captain Picard sings us a geeky Christmas carol. All that and more on this week's Crave show.
This week we are getting into using Netcat to file transfer network.
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