Twitter Finally Shutting Down Twitter Music on April 18th

Today is a sad day for those of us who actually used Twitter's floundering Twitter Music service, originally released last April, just shy of a year ago. While the service has been rumored to be on the chopping block for quite some time now, Twitter finally confirmed just minutes ago on the service's official … [Read more...]

Moto 360 Rumored to Have OLED, Sapphire Glass Display, and Wireless Battery Charging

Google’s announcement of Android Wear earlier this week has suddenly changed the conversation when it comes to wearables. Instead of a weird side-business explored by Sony and Samsung that has yet to be proven, Google—and the subsequent announcements from LG and Motorola of their own Android Wear watches—has … [Read more...]

That’s Cool: The Quirky+GE Aros Brings Intelligence to the Window Air Conditioner

A new window air conditioning unit looks to add Nest-like smart home functionality to an appliance that, to this point, hasn't been all that smart. It's called the Quirky+GE Aros, and it's a Wi-Fi-capable, smartphone-compatible 8,000 BTU system that will retail for $300 when it arrives in May (h/t … [Read more...]

Review: EaseUS Todo Backup is a Solid Choice to Migrate Your Data from Windows XP

Editor’s note: This is a sponsored review. Products featured in sponsored reviews are tested and reviewed with the same process as non-sponsored reviews and are not guaranteed to be positive. It’s a fact of life that you’ll change computers, hard drives, or operating systems, and you’ll need to move your … [Read more...]

Handybook’s Bet on Home Services is A Winning One

When it comes to industries like travel, food, and retail, there are literally hundreds of sites and apps where you can book flights, make restaurant reservations or buy a shirt.  But when it comes to booking services in the home, like housecleaning and plumbing, there is one app that is becoming the … [Read more...]

Captains of Imbecility: Mt. Gox Finds 200,000 Missing Bitcoins

Last month, the implosion of Mt. Gox—formerly one of the biggest bitcoin exchanges—made headlines. The company filed for bankruptcy protection shortly after it had announced that it lost 750,000 customer bitcoins, with another 100,000 bitcoins of its own having gone missing as well. Many wondered what had … [Read more...]

Discount: Xbox One Down to $449 at Walmart

Waiting for an Xbox One price drop to get into the game? Now's your chance. Walmart is currently selling Microsoft's latest game console for $449. That's $50 off the Xbox One's MSRP, and the discount applies to bundles that include the system's latest blockbuster release, Titanfall. -- Update (1:38pm): … [Read more...]

Review: Xbox One Stereo Headset

For the past few months, Xbox gamers who are used to premium chat headsets have been out of luck. Microsoft went with proprietary technology for the Xbox One, and headsets that worked with the Xbox 360, such as those from Turtle Beach and Tritton, weren't compatible. To the relief of many, Microsoft … [Read more...]

Google Follows Snowden’s Advice, Encrypts All Gmail Messages

Whether you think former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden is a hero or a traitor, at the very least you now know that the National Security Agency has expanded the scope of its surveillance of American citizens quite a bit. The government agency has been forcing tech companies to turn over … [Read more...]

Video: An In-Depth Look at Android Wear, Google’s Smartwatch OS

Earlier this week, Google confirmed the long-running suspicions that it was getting into the smartwatch race. The tech giant announced an ambitious software project that they hope will win the masses over on wearable technology. They’re calling it, Android Wear. Android Wear, even as little as we … [Read more...]

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