Star Trek fans will immediately recognize the iconic sci-fi show’s Communicator which has up till now only been a prop on a TV show, but it’s going to serve a real purpose very soon. It has been confirmed that the Star Trek Communicator will be released as a Bluetooth accessory so you’ll be able to use it with your Bluetooth enabled smartphone. It has been manufactured by The Wand Company and will make its first debut at the San Diego Comic-Con later this week.

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Apple is opening its first ever brick and mortar store in the borough of Queens in New York so it’s certainly a big deal, the company has announced that the grand opening of the Queens Center Apple Store is going to take place this Saturday. Doors will open at 10 am on Saturday and we can be sure that a steady stream of people will then head inside to see Apple’s first store in Queens.

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If you like to watch a lot of videos on Facebook you might be irritated by the fact that it has not been possible to scroll through the News Feed and watch the video at the same time. You either have to watch the entire video or leave it in between to continue scrolling through the various posts, updates, photos etc. Facebook is finally making this right by testing floating videos in News Feed.

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Google started working on self-driving cars a long time back and as more and more traditional car makers decide they want a piece of the pie too, the Mountain View company keeps its head down and continues with its work. Google has been testing its technology with retrofitted Lexus SUVs but it has also developed prototypes of its own self-driving car. The Lexus SUVs from Google have up till now been tested on real roads around Mountain View but they’re now headed to a completely different state.

Read full post →Google Self-Driving Cars Now Being Tested In Austin, Texas


Withings jumped on the smartwatch bandwagon with the $350 Withings Activité last year and earlier this year at the International Consumer Electronics Show the company launched a much more affordable option called the Withings Activité Pop. Both smartwatches are now available for purchase and if you found their existing feature set to be lacking, the company has made one great feature addition today. Swim tracking is now live on the Activité and Activité Pop.

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All eyes were on SpaceX last week as it’s routine ISS resupply mission was launched, many were interested to see whether the company would succeed in its third try to land the rocket on a drone ship floating in the sea. Things didn’t turn out as the way they had been planned, merely two minutes after liftoff SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket exploded. It was an unmanned mission so fortunately there was no loss of life, the ISS was resupplied by a Russian mission a few days back.

Read full post →Musk Says Falcon 9 Explosion Is A ‘Huge Blow To SpaceX’


There is still a long way to go before Apple’s smart home platform establishes a firm footing in the market but it’s working towards that goal with each passing day. Today the first HomeKit supported thermostat has gone up for sale at Apple Stores, the Ecobee3 will be available starting today at the company’s brick and mortar stores across North America.

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Nobody was expecting Microsoft to make the announcement that it made yesterday, the company rebranded its Xbox Music service to Groove without any prior indication. There’s nothing really different about Groove and it’s going to be more or less the same as Xbox Music so the question remains why did Microsoft do this? It turns out that the Xbox Music brand was confusing and that’s why Microsoft decided that it needed to be changed.

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In just a couple of months from now Samsung is going to unveil the Galaxy Note 5 which means it’s the perfect time for the company to run promotions and offer deals to get rid of as much of its Galaxy Note 4 stock as possible. Samsung has announced a new promotion called “Notable Savings” which promises a $200 rebate following a full price purchase of the Galaxy Note 4.

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The subscription-based model seems to be “in” these days, you can subscribe to newspapers, magazines, music streaming services, online video streaming services, internet TV and much more. You might keep adding on one subscription after the other because all of them cost around $10 but add them all up and you’re spending quite a bit of money every month. A new online tool has been created to let you know exactly how much you’re spending every month on these “mini-subscriptions.”

Read full post →Online Tool Shows How Much You Pay Each Month For Online Subscriptions