Jawbone has almost no inventory left, report says

Jawbone has almost no inventory left of its UP wearable activity trackers and has struggled to pay one of its customer service agencies, according to a new report in Business Insider. Jawbone, which for years made audio technology and popular Bluetooth speakers before shifting its focus to wearable …

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Elon Musk says taking a Mars trip should cost the same as buying a house

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Microsoft is killing Yammer Enterprise in January 2017, will start integrating Office 365 Groups first

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Google’s iOS app now lets you lock incognito searches behind Touch ID

Google will now let you privately search the web in its core app on iOS. The ability to search in incognito mode is being added in an update to the Google app that’s coming out today. But the more interesting part of the update isn’t incognito mode on its own — private searches are already available …

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About 90% of Note7 users aren’t abandoning them for iPhones, says Samsung

Recall, explosions, overheating, and battery drain issues be damned. People still love their Samsung Galaxy Note7 phones. About 90 percent of Note7 users affected by the phone’s global recall are sticking with the phones as opposed to jumping ship for another phone made by Samsung or from a …

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This Humanitarian, Aid-Delivering Drone Is Going To Be Edible

Have your drone, and eat it, too. After the 2015 earthquake in Nepal, people living in some mountain villages waited weeks for emergency food to arrive. Landslides had taken out roads, and the country’s limited number of helicopters couldn’t always

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Nissan’s autonomous chairs politely carry you through queues

Just like WALL-E predicted. Back in February, Nissan took a break from rolling out electric vehicle chargers to develop intelligent office chairs that pushed themselves in. It wasn’t a new product, but a proof-of-concept stunt to demonstrate

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Twitter introduces Periscope VIP program to incentivize broadcasters

Twitter-owned Periscope on Tuesday introduced a VIP program aimed at supporting the most ardent broadcasters of its livestreaming platform. Through continued usage and engagement, the company promises additional resources to creators that’ll help increase the quality of their content. Enrollment in …

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Google Station will bring fast and safe Wi-Fi to locations around the world

One of Google’s major efforts in India is to bring high-speed Wi-Fi to the country’s railroad stations. That effort has now been rebranded to Google Station and is expanding to other countries around the world. So far, the effort is still limited to 100 major railroad stations across India. As of …

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German regulator orders Facebook to delete WhatsApp user data

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Facebook (FB.O) said it would appeal against an order by a German privacy regulator on Tuesday to stop collecting and storing data of German users of its messaging app WhatsApp and to delete all data that has already been forwarded to it. The Hamburg Commissioner for Data …

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