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US Open to Show Off Polo Smartshirts
August 28th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
Ralph Lauren’s Polo Tech shirts are helping to track the biometrics of some of the US Open ball boys. The smartshirt will provide real-time information via its Bluetooth connection to an iPad or iPhone. The shirt contains conductive threading throughout, as well as a rechargeable band that snaps around the lower rib cage. The band is what collects the heart rate...

Become a Video Pro with Hyperlapse
August 28th, 2014 by Jennifer Graber
You can now become a professional videographer in a few easy steps. Okay, maybe not. But, thanks to Instagram, you will be able to create time-lapse videos with ease. This week Instagram released a new app, Hyperlapse. The stand-alone app, available only on iOS right now, allows users to compile video footage.
Can You Spot Satire?
August 27th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
Some people simply can’t pick up on a joke. So, until there really is a sarcasm font, Facebook has decided to start labeling The Onion stories as “satire” in order to cut down on confusion in your News Feed. While some of The Onion’s headlines are obvious jokes, others can be deceptively genuine-sounding. It’s a weird world out there, making it hard for Facebook users to distinguish between links to authentic news sources and parody sites like The Onion. Apparently, the problem was rampant enough to make Facebook implement the change.
Zero Is The Magic Number
August 26th, 2014 by Kim Kramer
For a society that wants everything we have an appetite bordering on hangry for an over abundance of absolutely nothing. We want zero calories, zero fat, zero emissions, zero tolerance, and even zero email. That'd be nice, right?
Vine's Import Feature Is Here
August 26th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
Now you can import your own video into Vine. And, quite frankly, it’s about time this change happened. Not only that, but you can also edit the video, including duplication and audio editing. Even better, you can use the slow-mo feature from the iPhone 5S. As part of the debut of their new features...
Over 1,000 US Retailers Possible Hacking Victims
August 25th, 2014 by Jennifer Graber
This year has certainly been the year of the hacker. Headline after headline seems to proclaim yet another instance where some computer system was hacked into. Just recently, there were StubHub and Target — just to name a couple. Oh, and then there was that little thing about Internet Explorer having security holes. And now there is one more hacking to add to the list. The Department of Homeland Security said that more than 1,000 retailers in the United States could be affected by malware.
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