Speakers come in different sizes and shapes. There are big ones, small ones, square, circle, you name it. But these Bluetooth speakers offer something a little bit more unique: It takes on a headphones’ form factor and instead of having earcups, speakers with dedicated woofers are found. Is the Redfox CnL (Clear and Loud) M1X […]
An owl peers from a tree hollow in Northumberland, United Kingdom. After unlucky weather derailed a trip to see puffins on the Farne Islands, Your Shot member Karthik Vilwanathan drove with a friend around a nearby woodland area, hoping to see birds of prey. “This time we were lucky,” he writes. “I saw this little owl pop its head out a few times from the tree, so I waited patiently, and 20 minutes later I captured this image.”
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Well, this is bound to happen. Four big mobile brands and a chocolate snack take a shot at Apple’s “bendgate” mess and took the opportunity to promote their own brand and products, similar to what they did a couple of weeks ago after the Cupertino company announced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Xiaomi […]
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After a long time of speculations and rumors, 9to5Google reports that they have sources that are directly familiar with Google‘s awaited Nexus 6. It allegedly carries a massive 5.92-inch display with Quad HD resolution and a powerful Snapdragon 805 processor. Google Nexus 6 (Nexus X) specs from 9to5Google: 5.92-inch Quad HD display @ 2560 x […]
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Update 11:22 a.m. PT: Apple has pulled the update from its Developer Center and users are no longer able to download iOS 8.0.1 as an over-the-air update.
Original post: Apple released the first iOS 8 update Wednesday, but you shouldn’t download it just yet.
The update, iOS 8.0.1, has apparently caused major problems for many users who report the update has interfered with their cell signal and created problems with Apple’s Touch ID.
No sooner had Apple released the update, than users began reporting the update destroyed their cell service and ability to use Touch IDMashable confirmed these issues after installing the 8.0.1 update on an iPhone 6Plus, which killed its cell service and rendered Touch ID completely unusable. Read more…
Contrary to popular belief, the meat from the common Virginia Opossum (shown above) can be very flavorful if handled and prepared properly. It is very good when added to soups or stews, or just baked on its own. I also like to make this meat into jerky, and people are often quite surprised when they…
This morning, PayPal rolled out broader support for bitcoin, allowing merchants to accept the cryptocurrency as payment for digital goods. The reaction to bitcoin itself has been immediate and positive. The PayPal integration is minor — users won’t be able to start stashing their bitcoin in their PayPal accounts, but merchants that use certain PayPal services, and are located in… Read More
Bitcoin’s momentum among key merchants and platforms on the web keeps accelerating. After hinting at it a few weeks ago when Braintree enabled Bitcoin-based transactions for PayPal developers, the company is now enabling Bitcoin across the PayPal network for merchants of digital goods. The company has expressed interest in bitcoin for a while, with eBay CEO John Donahoe saying in the… Read More
In light of recent government espionage and leakage of intimate photos of celebrities online, handset software companies are now upping the ante on security on their mobile phones. Apple started the privacy fight with a stronger encryption with iOS 8 encryption and two-factor iCloud, and now Google is following suit with Android L’s device encryption […]
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