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Adventure Series IV

If a tear in the space-time continuum were to suddenly rip open, two things would fall out: the Terminator and then the Surface Book quickly tumbling to the Earth behind it. From the snake-like hinge, the flat design and even down to the washed-out silver color of this laptop, everything about it just seems like […]

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Harrison Ford has told US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump that his role as the US president in Air Force One was just “a movie”. Speaking to The New York Times recently, Trump praised Ford’s role as a heroic president in the film. He told the newspaper: “My favourite was Harrison Ford on the plane. […]

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Transport for London is trialling e-paper bus stops that can display real-time travel information. Fitted with solar-powered panels, they show how long passengers have to wait for the next buses, as well as route maps and timetables. Four bus stops have been fitted with the tech so far. Chris Foxx quizzed TfL’s head of technology […]

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A Taller Us, Foxtrott’s debut album is a musical interpretation of life’s monolithic challenges. Together we elaborated on that metaphor for the “Shaky Hands” video. Alongside VFX artist Martha Aguilar we created a vertical climb through various stages of inner turmoil that climaxes into a classic tale of “survival of the fittest”. Set in a […]

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Microsoft is moving swiftly to address complaints aimed at both the Surface Book and the Surface Pro 4. In response to user complaints on its support forums, the company has said it is working to resolve problems ranging from random crashes to boot problems and battery being drained when in hibernation mode. In its short […]

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Backwards compatibility was introduced as part of the Xbox One’s latest operating system update. In addition to playing games digitally–either previously owned or newly purchased–Xbox 360 discs can also be inserted into the console and played, provided it is in the list of supported games. Currently there are just over 100 Xbox 360 games supported […]

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Nintendo certainly needs no introduction. The iconic Japanese company, known both for some serious, cutting-edge innovation as well as pop-culture symbols such as Mario, has been in existence for over 125 years. Nintendo has captured our imagination and dominated the video games market ever since it released its first console – the Nintendo Entertainment System […]

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Home to over 600 million people, Southeast Asia is among the 10 largest economies in the world and has the third-largest labor force, next to China and India, according to multinational management consulting firm McKinsey. Growth in the region has been rapid and relatively stable over the past decade, making it attractive for businesses and […]

Two years ago, Ankur Gupta and his friends were looking for a place to party in Delhi. After scouring the internet for half an hour, they finally found two options. But there was a problem – there were no good dining places nearby. It was a toss-up between fun and food. Ouch. That, in some […]

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WeChat is used in China

We all know by now that WeChat is a messaging app – and that it’s huge. And we know that stickers are a big part of it. But there’s so much more to WeChat that it can be difficult to convey to someone who’s not familiar with the full range of things that people in […]

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Choosing the best battery case

If you studied Mandarin anytime after the mid 2000s, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of ChinesePod. The popular podcast series, which features free conversational podcasts and the option to pay for extra learning resources, is a sensation within the sizable community of English speakers who are making their first forays into the world of […]

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Chinese startups crack the US

Indiegogo is set to reveal a program to help Chinese hardware startups launch in the US. The pilot program – the first of its kind for the crowdfunding site – will see 10 to 15 Chinese teams selected, explains Indiegogo’s Ben Bateman toTech in Asia. “The goal of this program is to meet the unique […]

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Tim Cook isn’t very impressed with Chromebooks, and in an interview with BuzzFeed News today, he seemed to brush off the fact that they’re fast becoming more prevalent than Macs and iPads in classrooms. Though he didn’t mention them by name, Apple’s CEO implied that Chromebooks and other inexpensive PCs are really only successful because they’re […]

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ToyQuest first look

ToyQuest is a Metroidvania style action-platformer that takes you back to a world made from the nightmares of your childhood. Join Brand—an action figure that has come to life—in his fight against the darkness to save his owner, Felix. Nightmares are only the start of his troubles: Brand needs to uncover the secrets of the […]

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Archont e-bike Cyclists wanting to give their morning commute that extra spark might want to look into an Archont electro from Serbian e-bike maker Ono Bikes. This stylish stainless steel ride was inspired by Harley Davidson motorbikes. Under the hood sits a 7-kW electric motor that will push it just shy of 50mph with a […]

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umored since 2014 and confirmed at this year’s Code Conference, the GoPro drone is coming in 2016, and now we know it’ll be called the “Karma.” The company announced the name in a blog post and YouTube video published today. The Karma will be GoPro’s entry into the consumer drone market, one that is growing […]

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Buzzy designer pieces aren’t just worn once — or by one person — at Fashion Week. Proof that the piece is trending is all over the street, where insiders and editors show off the same styles or iterations of the same look from New York to London, and all the way to Milan and Paris. […]

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For couples both new and old, the holidays mean spending time with each other’s families. Mentally preparing to mingle with your SO’s relatives can be intimidating, but an even more daunting task can be deciding what to wear. Should you tone it down? Will his mom think your style is too risqué? A perfectly formfitting […]

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By Obed Manuel LatinaLista In just 23 hours, three young Mexican techies developed a technology that could revolutionize the way retail stores and restaurants serve their customers. During AngelHack Mexico City, a 24-hour hacking marathon that was held at Google Mexico back in June 2013, Alberto Garcia, Edgar Hernandez Vilchis and Abraham Cornejo designed Hostspot […]

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LatinaLista — Filing government or legal paperwork is a necessary eye-crossing task that most of us have to do more often than we like. Thank goodness we live in the tech age. Software and/or websites have been created to make the whole process easier and less time consuming. From figuring out how much we owe […]

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LatinaLista — March, otherwise known as Women’s History Month, is celebrated by remembering how far women have come and where we’ve arrived today. Yet, not enough attention is paid to where we hope our daughters will be tomorrow. For many who are evaluating the job prospects of the future, job stability — which some argue […]

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LatinaLista — Latinos are use to bucking conventional wisdom. In some instances, this is referred to as a ‘paradox.’ Merriam-Webster defines paradox as being: “one (as a person, situation, or action) having seemingly contradictory qualities or phases.” For example, though Latinos, as a collective, have lower income and educational levels, health outcomes, have historically measured […]

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LatinaLista — In 2005, the acronym OLPC burst onto the tech/social good scene garnering headlines for its lofty mission — provide One Laptop Per Child to poor children throughout the world. Since that announcement, OLPC has put a special, break-proof laptop into the hands of 2.5 million children, in over 60 countries and in 21 […]

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