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This Yellowstone study just cut our potential apocalypse timeline

This Yellowstone study just cut our potential apocalypse timeline

An extinction level event had its likely arrival date changed thanks to a study performed in Yellowstone and reported this week. Yellowstone National Park has a supervolcano under it that’ll one day
Amazon gives teens their own login, but parents retain power

Amazon gives teens their own login, but parents retain power

Amazon is giving teenagers a bit of independence by allowing them to place their own orders under their own login while using their parent(s) Prime subscription. Parents must add their teens (aged 13

Sony’s Folding@Home app will put your phone’s idle time to good use

The concept of Folding@Home is simple – it can use PCs, consoles, and even phones to simulate protein folding. This happens when your device is not being used, and the project harnesses the computing
Hulu on the Web gets a simple Live TV channel guide

Hulu on the Web gets a simple Live TV channel guide

Hulu has announced an update that, among other things, brings a channel guide to Live TV subscribers who access the service through the Web. The channel can be found via a small menu button added near
Google adds Duo video calls to other Android apps

Google adds Duo video calls to other Android apps

Google is beginning to integrate Duo video calling deeper within Android. Beginning today in a select number of handsets, you’ll be able to place video calls from a number of different apps. It’s
DJI Zenmuse X7 cinematic camera leaks with 6K, RAW, and Apple ProRes

DJI Zenmuse X7 cinematic camera leaks with 6K, RAW, and Apple ProRes

It is expected that DJI will soon announce the new Zenmuse X7, a 6K cinematic camera expanding its existing Zenmuse drone camera lineup. The camera hasn’t yet been made official, but a new leak

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T-Mobile made it shockingly easy for hackers to steal your data

T-Mobile made it shockingly easy for hackers to steal your data

With the massive Equifax hack still fresh in our minds, we’re now learning that a bug on T-Mobile’s website made it very easy for hackers to make off with subscriber information. The information that
Amazon Alexa now recognizes your voice

Amazon Alexa now recognizes your voice

Amazon’s Alexa is learning voice recognition, with the Echo smart speakers set to spot who is talking and offer up personalized replies. The functionality has remained one of the most-requested for
Oculus GO vs Santa Cruz : That Wireless VR Feeling

Oculus GO vs Santa Cruz : That Wireless VR Feeling

Oculus revealed a pair of new headsets earlier today which make their next generation wireless. Or nearly wireless, that is to say – they still need to be charged up with wires. Both the Oculus GO and

LG V30 Floating Bar-like app hits the Play Store

Even before the LG V30 was officially launched, we knew it would come with a Floating Bar instead of the secondary display. The latest premium flagship phone from the other South Korean tech giant is
Rift Core 2.0 update brings new Oculus Dash and redesigned Home

Rift Core 2.0 update brings new Oculus Dash and redesigned Home

Oculus has announced the upcoming arrival of Rift Core 2.0, its biggest Rift software update ever, according to the company. The update will bring a new Oculus Dash to the company’s VR headset
Facebook is making it impossible to avoid VR

Facebook is making it impossible to avoid VR

Bad news if you’re a Facebook user who hasn’t been swayed by the magic that is virtual reality yet. The social network may not have had its name on above of the door of the fourth annual Oculus

OnePlus 5 ready to receive the latest OxygenOS 4.5.12 update

The OnePlus 5 is getting another update. We told you about this one last week but that’s already old news as the next version has just rolled out. The OxygenOS 4.5.12 OTA is now ready for the latest
Super Mario Odyssey has a new live-action trailer, because why not?

Super Mario Odyssey has a new live-action trailer, because why not?

By now, there shouldn’t be a doubt in anyone’s mind that Super Mario Odyssey is going to be at least a little weird. After all, we knew that was the case from the moment the announcement trailer

WhatsApp vulnerability allows people to track your activities

It’s a wonder nobody has thought about doing something like this, but someone finally did. Software engineer Robert Heaton had an idea in mind – to track a friend’s sleep patterns using said person’s
Oculus Rift just cut price for 3rd time this year

Oculus Rift just cut price for 3rd time this year

This week the folks at Oculus cut the price of bundle packages for the Oculus Rift. The headset’s price point is a permanent change, coming because the company suggests they want to “get VR into more
Oculus Santa Cruz: Untethered VR in 2018 with these great controllers

Oculus Santa Cruz: Untethered VR in 2018 with these great controllers

Oculus may have a more affordable Oculus Go in the pipeline, but true virtual reality fans know what they really want: a full VR headset with desktop PC power. That’s the idea behind Oculus Santa
This is Oculus Go: Standalone VR for just $199

This is Oculus Go: Standalone VR for just $199

Oculus has revealed its newest headset, Oculus Go, aiming to bridge the gap between mobile-based virtual reality headsets and PC-tethered versions. Unveiled today at Oculus Connect 4, the company’s

YouTube testing auto-playing videos in mobile app

Probably one of the most common complaints about Facebook (and of course there are a lot) is that it autoplays videos on our timeline, and sometimes with audio. While of course there’s a way to remove