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Hey glassholes: Apple just bought an eye-tracking company

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Apple's attempts to hide the development of secret new products by using shell companies usually works, but some clever sleuthing by one site has revealed what may be a key component of Apple's future with augmented reality.

This light follows your movements

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Created by designer James Patten, the "Lift" light uses the shape memory properties of nitinol to move and interact without motors. The fixture is temporarily on display at The Shop at A/D/O in Brooklyn, NY. Read more...

Watch Trump's ridiculous tweets transform into poetry before your eyes

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Donald Trump is a poet and he doesn't even know it.

Add Creative Cloud mastery to your résumé with this Adobe training bundle

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How to download the iOS 11 public beta right now

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You can now take the next version of iOS for a test drive.

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A deodorizing hanger is coming so you can officially skip laundry day

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Great news, lazy people — thanks to Panasonic's new deodorizing hanger, you can feel slightly less guilty about skipping laundry day.

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iOS 11 on the iPhone will upgrade your everyday experience

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This fall, iPhones and iPads will get the latest version of Apple's mobile software, first unveiled earlier in June. Developers have had access to a beta preview of iOS 11 since then, but on Monday it becomes available as a public beta.…

iOS 11 is about to radically change the iPad for the better

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Apple’s iPad isn’t getting the same kind of love from consumers it enjoyed in its early days. Perhaps that’s a why Apple is now lavishing it with so much attention.

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Hey Alexa, can you order me some accessories?

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Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube team up to fight terrorism online

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In a move that was foreshadowed last week in a public message from YouTube, several internet giants, including Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube, have announced the formation of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism.

10 Things You Never Knew Safari Could Do

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This cloud-connected fidget spinner takes uselessness to a whole new level

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Fidget spinners — yeah, they're still a thing. So why not capitalize on the phase if you can?

Here are all the tweets Donald Trump has deleted since becoming president

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In addition to his penchant for delivering surreal, stream-of-consciousness rants at any time of day on the microblogging platform, Donald Trump can't seem to stop deleting tweets.

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Baby survives Grenfell, or not: Facebook’s fake news problem continues apace

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A few months ago, amid much fanfare, Facebook started rolling out its new tool against fake news which warns users when they try to post fake stories on the platform.

Amazon Echo Show will transform your relationship with Alexa, in a good way

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Someone found an incredibly creative way of sorting Lego bricks using AI

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For parents, children, and Lego aficionados everywhere, it's a good day to be alive.

Messenger reaction filters show emotion when you don't feel like it

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Not feeling very expressive today? Don't worry — Facebook Messenger has new tool to help make your feelings clear to anyone you're chatting with.

The Nokia 3310 is no match for Glastonbury festival

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I brought a Nokia 3310 to Glastonbury expecting it to be the ultimate festival burner phone, and it failed to live up to expectations.

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These popular $300 noise-cancelling headphones are on sale for $79.99

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Ethereum price drops 20% after a pile of fake and old news reports

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Ethereum has quickly recovered from a flash crash last week, in which the cryptocurrency went from the price of $317 to $0.10 in a few seconds.

Sunday, Jun 25

Here's why airlines have trouble with your hyphenated name

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If your name is too long, too short, hyphenated, or contains an apostrophe — you probably have trouble while flying.

This week in apps: L'Oréal's new UV patch, a cool raw photo editor, and the rest of the best

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It's possible that you couldn't keep up with the wild world of app updates this week considering all the changes happening with Uber, including Travis Kalanick stepping down as CEO. If that's the case, there's no need to worry. We've got…

These low energy smart bulbs can change color to match your mood

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Saturday, Jun 24

Divers use custom Snapchat Spectacles to explore deep underwater

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More about Snapchat, Diving, Royal Caribbean, Underwater Photography, and Spectacles

Someone actually created a live feed of Trump's tweets as artwork for his living room

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Think you've had enough of @realDonaldTrump? Try stepping into your living room and having a live feed of the president's hotly debated tweets on your wall. No need to turn on the news, no need to open your Twitter app — or any other form…

Take your summer picnics to the next level with this portable grill

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The 'UNA Grill' is a shoebox-sized charcoal grill that you can carry with you wherever you go. Read more...

Extend your smartphone's camera on a budget with these accessories

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Friday, Jun 23

Gadgets to help make your smart home smarter

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'Snap Maps' are prime territory for FOMO and lurking

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It's a curious thing being able to see the location of many of your friends, colleagues, lovers and even family members on a virtual map. But, that's precisely what Snapchat's new feature Snap Maps is offering up. And, honestly, this new…

Light up the crowd with these LED lashes

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f.lashes are LED lashes. They are activated by head motion such as tilting your or nodding. There's a thin wire for you to put behind your ear and attach the controller behind your head. f.lashes claim to be weather-resistant and don't…

Tech studio turns your deepest memories into mind-blowing abstract art

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Imagine if you could turn your memories and emotions into compelling abstract paintings.

Thursday, Jun 22

Blink and you'll miss these sumo robots fighting

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Seriously, don't flinch. Canadian VR developer Robert McGregor has put together six years of Japanese sumo robots fighting each other in a single video.

Talking to your car is better than ever, thanks to Nuance's voice assistant

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Yummy flash drives you didn’t know you needed

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Construction could be revolutionized by a robot that lays 3,000 bricks a day

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Construction is difficult to automate because of the complex, individualized and customized work it requires.